Product Manager

PayPay Minato-ku, Tokyo
    💴 ¥7M ~ ¥10M annually
    🏡 Fully remote
    🧪 2+ years experience required
    💬 Fluent Japanese
    🌏 Apply from abroad
    🧳 Relocate to Japan

About PayPay

PayPay Minato-ku, Tokyo

With over 55 million registered users (as of February 2023), PayPay is the country’s most popular mobile wallet. Half of all of Japan's smartphone users are using it, and more than 2 billion payments made per year.

Key benefits

  • International engineering team
  • Japanese lessons on company time
  • Incredible scale

About the position


  • Write clear and concise PRD’s and work with different stakeholders like the design team, engineering and testing teams
  • Execute and manage the product life cycle and the roadmap leading to the product vision.
  • Deliver and drive product features in a timely manner while bringing ideas to life.
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders across functions to understand the user problem and their needs and formulate achievable requirements for development teams.
  • Develop a deep understanding of customer experience, identify the metrics leading to its continuous improvement.


  • Bachelor’s degree in a technology related field or at least 3yrs of technical experience.
  • At Least 2 years of Product Management or an equivalent role
  • Business level of Japanese language(written, verbal)

Nice to haves

While not specifically required, tell us if you have any of the following.

  • Masters degree in a technology related field or at least 2+yrs of technical experience.
  • Track record of working in a very fast paced environment or a startup or working on user facing products
  • Have an extreme bias towards action basically, you need to have the Get Things Done attitude.
  • Possess excellent oral, written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.


7 to 10 million JPY annually.


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