We are the leading bilingual recruiting firm in Japan.

Established in 1985, Robert Walters plc is a world-leading specialist professional recruitment consultancy. We have been in operation for over 30 years, across 25 countries, with 2,900 employees representing 71 nationalities.  

Robert Walters Japan has been a driving force in the Japanese bilingual recruitment market, providing high quality candidates for our clients and access to the best jobs for over 15 years. With offices in Tokyo and Osaka, we specialise in permanent and contract recruitment solutions across all industry sectors.

We are an award-winning business committed to CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility).

Robert Walters provides first-rate services whilst helping candidates achieve their own career goals. Recipient of numerous awards—testament to the quality of services provided—Robert Walters Japan was named The International Recruitment Company of the Year in the Recruitment International Asia Awards 2015.

Diversity is a key component of success across the Robert Walters family of companies. We believe that diversity enriches the work environment, resulting in a more innovative and creative workforce. Our female job participation rate now stands at over 50%, 30% of which are in managerial positions.

Robert Walters is also committed to supporting charitable efforts and CSR activities. We now offer employees the option to take volunteer leave, an effort to support and encourage staff to make positive contributions to their communities while making meaningful connections. Additionally, Robert Walters holds Annual Charity Day, a festive day in which employees create games and conduct activities onsite to raise money for designated charities.

Additionally, Robert Walters Japan supports local cultural activities. We serve as an official sponsor of Japan’s national rugby team and are also a sponsor of the National Art Center, Tokyo.    Moreover, we sponsor organizations and universities to facilitate efforts to generate a bilingual workforce and as a way to repay Japanese society.

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