Welcome To Socio Lanka (PVT) Ltd

About Japan

Japan is a fascinating country of economic power, rich culture and amazing technology. Tokyo, Japan’s capital city, is the world’s largest metropolitan area, with a population of 32.5 million people. Japan’s culture and history has been painted by Asian ethnicities such as Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Shinto. Also, Japan has a long history and tradition for scientific research and development, Japan's exemplary educational system as well its higher education institutions help contribute to the country's acceptance for technological innovation and aid engineering talent development. High levels of support for research and development has enabled Japan to produce advances in automotive engines, television display technology, videogames, optical clocks, and many other fields. Japan is also advanced and a global leader in the robotics, natural sciences, aerospace exploration and biomedical research areas.

About Sri Lanka

We are a tropical country with an incredible beauty of nature and beaches, and we own a vast history which runs 125,000 years back. Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte is its legislative capital, and Colombo is the largest city and financial center. Sri Lanka is a multi-ethnic, multi culture country, but its culture and traditions are mostly affected by Buddhism. Sri Lanka has a population of around 22 million. Youth make up almost a quarter of Sri Lanka's population: 4.64 million or 23.2 percent.

Why Sri Lankan Trainees?

  • They can communicate in both English and Japanese languages
  • They are well dedicated and hard working
  • The culture and day to day lifestyle have many similarities in Sri Lanka and Japan

Why work in Japan

Japan is one of the safest countries in the world. Working in Japan is both suitable for men and woman alike. Compared to regions such as Southeast Asia and South America, Japan tends to have relatively higher cost of living and higher salaries to match. Additionally, Japan’s social welfare system is really good. Japan has universal health coverage that requires all residents to be registered under a social insurance system. Also, Japanese culture, art and cuisine are renown in the world for their uniqueness which often attract foreigners.

Many foreign workers wish to work in Japan to acquire specialized skills for their own career advancement or to help develop their home country. For example, working in the manufacturing or construction industry and bringing that knowledge back to your own country to help develop your town or to start a business, which is actually the whole point of the technical intern training program.