When most people think about working in Japan, they usually have the typical image of a salary man. But actually, there is more than just that. One of them are the so-called baito.
It is very typical for both high school and college students to have some baito to start earning their own money, thus paying part of their own expenses. They are also jobs typically done by foreigners in order to pay for living expenses in Japan while, for example, studying at a university or a language school. It also serves as an experience to try to live a little more within Japanese society and to be able to put Japanese into practice.
There are a great variety of jobs, which usually do not require advanced knowledge. They are usually
Most companies pay part of the commuting to the workplace. The following depends on the baito, but in many cases you can choose your own schedule depending on your availability.
Therefore, I encourage you to look for a baito in Japan. If you are hesitating to do it, just do it! It will become part of your experience in Japan.