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― 3. How was the internship in the beginning?

Beginning was not an easy time because everything was new to me so I needed to get used to Tokyo's lifestyle, work and get rid of jet lag. However, I was receiving a support from the company and AIESEC members especially with completing tasks like rental agreement, Ward Office registration, opening a bank account etc. After the first week of work, the company organized a welcome party and that was a great opportunity to get to know each other a little better. For the first month, I was practicing Angular by creating a simple application and after that I was assigned to bigger project.

Adrian

― 4. You are from Poland where a lifestyle and culture is different from the Japanese one. How do you feel about living in Japan? Tell us something you experienced for the first time, something impressive, something amazing, including something that was troublesome for you.

My first experience with Japan was in 2015. During that time, I was travelling for 2 weeks, so I had an opportunity to touch a little bit of Japanese culture.

What was new for me?
Massive amount of people, food culture, price of fruits, fishing octopus and eating "exotic" food... ^^

What was amazing for me?
Spring, Hanami and the harmony you can experience during that season.
Public transport! Even though it is crowded in big cities, it's comfortable to travel almost anywhere in Japan.
Also, the Japanese people. They are very kind, helpful and curious about other cultures. The more I speak Japanese language the more I can understand Japanese culture and establish better relationship with Japanese people.

Any fears?
Earth quakes, very hot and humid summer, allergy to pollen.

― 5. What were you responsible for in your internship?

I was responsible for developing a currency exchange system with Angular, Node.js, D3.js. Besides that, I was doing code review of potential interns.

― 6. What do you think about company's culture?

-Friendly environment and people are open minded.
-They are patient with my Japanese language skills even though sometimes I don’t make any sense they are not getting angry on me :).
-During the job, everybody is concentrated, we work together for better good. From time to time we go to Izakaya to relax and have an informal chat.
-Without doubt the dress code! There is no dress code, you can wear in the way you like. I can't imagine wearing suit and coding.
-Common goal is to make company more international.

― 7. Word for students

If you are ambitious, interested in Japanese culture and you are not afraid of challenges, brace yourself and apply!

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