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Job Opening: Travel Consultant with InsideJapan Tours

InsideAsia Tours is a young and dynamic travel company with two brands; InsideJapan Tours and InsideVietnam Tours. Originating in the UK we also have an office in Japan, and in 2010 opened our first US branch in Boulder, Colorado. We now have a team of six in the US, and are looking for a new travel consultant to help us grow onward and upward.


We organize small group tours and tailored packages for private clients and third-party travel agents. Our pioneering North American branch is small but our client base is strong and ever expanding. As an operator specializing in only two destinations coupled with our ground handling office in Japan, we are in a unique position in the market.

This position presents the perfect opportunity for a former JET to begin a career in the travel industry and use their knowledge and love of Japan. Boulder and the surrounding area is a fantastic place in which to live and work, and the Pearl Street location couldn’t be better!

For more information about the company, role, great benefits and to apply, please see our website:


Job Opportunity, Kakehashi Project: Be a tour guide to Japanese Students!

Now Hiring: Kakehashi Project Group Guide
Washington, D.C., Nashville, Chicago, Denver

The Laurasian Institution of Seattle, WA is seeking guides for groups of 25 participants visiting the United States from Japan in October and November 2013. Groups will be comprised of 24 high school or university students and 1~2 adult chaperones. Groups will visit the United States for a period of 10 days, which include sightseeing in major cities and a homestay in locations throughout the country.

Guides will meet groups at the airport in their arrival city, lead them through scheduled orientation and sightseeing activities, accompany them to the homestay location and departure city, and see them off at the airport.

Click here for PDF Flyer with detailed information of this position.

For more information about the Kakehashi Project, please visit their website: