Manufacturer of motorcycles, marine products such as boats and outboard motors, and other motorized products.

A female student who majored in mechanical engineering and completed a bachelor's degree at Visvesvaraya Technological University. Currently working as a design engineer in India. The research theme at the university is roof tile manufacturing using waste plastic and waste paper. The level of conversation in Japanese is high, and the interview can be completed in Japanese.


Visvesvaraya Technological University
Mechanical Engineering


During my childhood, I remember having a lesson in English class about Japan. From that point onwards my interest in the country peaked and I wanted to learn more about it, and as time went by I was partly influenced by anime but majorly inspired by the technological advancements, especially in the manufacturing sector, and was curious to learn the science behind it and that curiosity made me take up Mechanical Engineering. Fortunately, Japanese was offered as an additional subject at the university in the final year of engineering and I had an opportunity to learn Japanese.
At this point, I was looking forward to kick-starting my career in Japan and tried every possible way to be able to find any decent opportunities. It proved to be a challenge but I didn’t give up, I kept searching and finally came across the FAST OFFER International Program (formerly Study Go Work JAPAN Program) in June 2020. I remember applying immediately but soon got an email stating that currently there are no opportunities and to try in some month’s time. I wasn’t very disappointed as I thought to myself that I just cleared N5 and planned to continue Japanese studies to clear N3. My friends and I cleared N3 by February 2021 but due to the ongoing pandemic, we were slowly losing hope. I completely forgot about ASIA to JAPAN and found a job to keep myself busy while still trying to find opportunities in Japan. After a few months of searching, I suddenly remembered about Asia to Japan and asked my friends to apply and within weeks and months, they were able to grasp amazing opportunities with renowned companies. I was really happy and inspired to apply as well and to my surprise, I was lined up for a company the very next day after submitting my PR video and documents. Unfortunately, though, I wasn’t able to get through the aptitude test but within three weeks I received another opportunity from the company of my dreams. This got me really nervous and anxious but talking to my mentor helped me ease up. He mentored me and told me to be myself and to be confident. He gave me some really helpful tips without which I wouldn’t have been able to clear the interviews. I remember the bliss of happiness I felt when one of the staff members of FAST OFFER International told me I cleared the final Interview. I was on cloud nine and couldn’t contain my smile. All the AtoJ staff has been so kind and supportive throughout this journey of mine that I am ever so grateful to them and the rest of the team at FAST OFFER International working in the backend to help me secure the job of my dreams. The process was so smooth and made so simple for anyone to apply. I also want to mention email communications. They were clear and concise with proper instructions and timelines and constantly reached out to make sure we have no doubts or questions. These things made me want to give my best and I can’t express enough gratitude. Thank you FAST OFFER International (Formerly Asia to Japan). I look forward to working in Japan.





2. 35%プラスチック、25%紙、40%エポキシ
3. 30%プラスチック、30%紙、40%エポキシ

(吸水試験は ASTM C373に準拠し、曲げ強度はASTM D790、引張ASTMD638に準拠して実施しました)





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