If your remote work is a success, it may be a new opportunity and a step forward into a way to enrich your life.
I started my own business in the fall of 2018, and the environment has changed drastically since I have been working for the company.I quit paper work, which I felt was unreasonable, as much as possible, and changed all necessary documents to electronic data as long as they could be digitized. I got a phone number for a new company, only to have a phone in the office and it all gets transferred to my cell phone.The only reason I needed to put the phone down was to get a license under the Real Estate Business Act. Also, in some cases, the Japanese real estate industry still has to provide information by fax. Of course, I can also use the electronic fax service to obtain a number and confirm the contents by email or by logging in to a dedicated page.
And then, what used to be the need to work in an office or company became an environment where I could work anywhere, online, at home, or in the park.
I'm in the real estate business, so my job is to guide people through real estate. However, I can meet with my clients at the nearest train station, hotel or cafe. Sales contracts and purchase agreements are paper, but of course, documents making is sufficient until printing. Even if I don't have a printer at home or elsewhere, I can now print data at the nearest convenience store. Therefore, if I really need paper printing, I can go to a convenience store. There are convenience stores everywhere within 5 minutes' walk, so it's not a problem at all.
Internet connection? I use my phone's tethering when I'm out and use Wi-Fi when I'm at home, I don't have any problems at all. I have a Portable Monitor that I can take with me, so I can get my work done with a two-sided monitor.
Now we have an environment where we can work and play more freely than ever before, without being confined to a place.
Three months in Kyoto? Working in Shiga Prefecture with a view of Lake Biwa? Load up your car with portable power and camping gear, enjoy a new world together.
Real Estate agent in Kyoto, Buy and Sell, Leasing, Renovation and Construction, Management for Investment and Vacation Property, Professional Services for International Customers. We deal in KyoMachiya houses, detached and attached Houses, new and old Condominium Apartments, Block of Apartments and Buildings for Commercial, Residential and Investments use, Manage and Support Operation and New Development of Guesthouse, Ryokan and Hotel, Total Supports for Land and Buildings Real Estate in Kyoto.
Yours sincerely, Founder Ken Hayashi
Real Estate Broker Company License No. Kyoto-Fu Governor ( 1 ) 14044 , Member of Kyoto Association of Residential Land Building Business