Internships in Tokyo

Intern Abroad HQ offers affordable and exciting internships in Japan. In the city of Tokyo, a city like no other, interns in Japan should come prepared for an eye-opening professional and cultural immersion that will create an unforgettable experience and incomparable internship. Internships in Japan are available year round, from a minimum duration requirement of just 4 weeks.

As a major business hub and economy, as well as being the upcoming host to the 2020 Olympic Games, Tokyo offers interns the opportunity to gain invaluable experience within an extraordinary city and unique culture. Both richly traditional and ultra progressive, Japan is a dream destination for many who seek professional growth and personal development.

At a glance...

    • Entry level programs from 4 weeks
    • Start dates every week
    • Program fees from US$1,679
    • Includes accommodation
    • Experiential Learning Curriculum
    • Japanese lessons available
    • 24/7 in-country support
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Education internship in Japan

Youth Development & Education  

Internship abroad in Tokyo, Japan

Assist hard working parents in Japan by interning in after-school centers, providing supplementary education to children, playing games and giving them valued exposure to the English language. Interns can also assist in schools and kindergartens, helping students between 3-14 years old.

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All Intern Abroad HQ programs include a guided reflection course, which combines personal development with professional competency building. Interns receive weekly reflection modules to complete during their program, which foster the acquisition of essential soft skills for employability and a resilient career. Each reflective journaling task introduces a new topic, presents learning objectives, and provides specific prompts that inspire and guide the learning process.

Intern Abroad HQ does not award grades for the completion of our internship programs, but interns can be supported to independently arrange academic credit through their home educational provider. Upon completion of the internship duration and reflection course, interns receive a portfolio as documentation of their experience. This includes a certificate of internship completion, alongside a summary of the internship goals, skill development, highlights, and a compilation of the reflection work.