The Japanese engineers make mistakes. Honda made mistakes. Sony made mistakes. But they learned and thrived. In the same vein, Japan has spent billions of dollars developing the most advanced technology against earthquakes and tsunamis. If a structure can be saved, Japan has developed the know-how to do it.
Many Japanese companies (including those in the electronics, automotive and heavy manufacturing industries) are open to hiring foreign engineers. There are a great number of engineering jobs in Japan — it’s not a function most Japanese companies are willing to offshore.
Aero Asahi, Alpha Hydraulic Engineering Consultants, American Engineering, Asano Taisekiso Engineering, Asco-Daito, Asia Air Survey, Averna, Bodycote Japan, Chuo Fukken, Chuo Geomagnetic, Civil Engineering Research Institute of Hokkaido, Consulting Engineers Associates, CTI Engineering International, Dainichi Consultant, Deloitte, Dia Consultants, Dome, ECOH, Eight Japan Engineering Consultants, Engineering Advancement Association, Engineering Consulting Firms Association, Environmental Design Institute, Exeno Yamamizu, Fujikasui Engineering, Fukken, Global Group 21 Japan, Godai Kaihatsu, Highway Industry Development Organization, IC Net, IDEA Consultants, Igarashi Design Interface Project, Infrastructure Development Institute, Ingerosec, Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, Institute of Electronic, Information and Communication Engineers, Intem, International Association of Earthquake Engineering, Itaya Engineering, Itec, Itotec, Iwashita Engineering, Izumi Sohken Engineering, J-Power, Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education, Japan Association for Wind Engineering, Japan Civil Engineering Consultants Association, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan Drilling, Japan Ergonomics Society, Japan Fire Engineering Qualification Center, Japan Ground Water Development, Japan High Comm, Japan Industrial Designers’ Association, Japan Inspection Co., Japan Institute of Construction Engineering, Japan Society for Precision Engineering, Japan Society of Automotive Engineers, Japan Society of Engineers, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Japan Society for Precision Engineering, Japan Standards Association, Japan Thermal Engineering, Japan Tunneling Society, Japan Welding Engineering Society, Japanese Industrial Standards Committee, Japanese Women Engineers Forum, JFE Engineering, JGI, Kanso, Katahira & Engineers, Kawada Industries, Kawasaki Geological Engineering, Keisoku Research Consultant, Kiso-Jiban Consultants, Koha, Kokusai Kogyo, Kumonos, Makino J, Miura, Naka Nihon Engineering Consultants, Nakata Engineering, New Nippon Consultants, Nexco, Nihon Suido Consultants, Nippon Civic Consulting Engineers, Nippon Engineering Consulting, Nippon Koei, Nippon Steel Engineering, Nippon Suido Consultants, Nittetsu Mining Consultants, Nittoku Engineering, NJS, NDK Keeper, Newjec, NJS Consulting Engineers, Non-Destructive Insection, NTT Facilities, OEC, Okura Yusoki, Opmax, Oriental Consultants, Otsuka, Oval, Overseas Merchandise Inspection, Pacet, Pacific Engineering, Polytech Add, POWTEX, P.T. Morimura & Associates, Raax, Rehabilitation Engineering Society of Japan, Reiko Chikada Lighting Design, Recs International, River Land Environment, Sankyu, Sanyu Consultants, SGS Japan, Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, Solize, Special Interest Group of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Sumika Chemical Analysis Service, SVC Tokyo, Swing, T-Net Japan, Taiheyo Engineering, Taiyo Kogyo, Takanashi Sangyo, Takasago Thermal Engineering, Tamano, Teikoku International, Telec, Tepsco, Thermal and Nuclear Power Engineering Society, Techno Earth, Teratec, Toko Engineering Consultants, Tokyo Energy & Systems, Toyo Engineering, Toyo Koatsu, Toyohashi Sekkei, Unico International, Union of Japanese Scientist and Engineers, Vehicle Information and Communication System Center, VSOC, Wakisaka Engineering, Water Re-Use Promotion Center, West JEC, Wintest, Yachiyo Engineering, Zenitaka