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NLP Developer


Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
    💴 ¥4.2M ~ ¥5.0M annually
    🏡 Fully remote
    🧪 Minimum years of experience unspecified
    💬 No Japanese required
    🌏 Apply from abroad
    🧳 Relocate to Japan

About Yaraku

Yaraku Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Yaraku is a small start-up located in Shibuya, Tokyo. Our focus is primarily on our web-based Translation Management System application.

Key benefits

  • Work deeply without interruptions
  • Freedom and responsibility
  • Craft quality code

About the position

As an NLP Developer, you’ll be responsible for the conceptual and theoretical aspects of language-related features in our application. You’ll work closely with the development team to apply NLP-related research into a practical, production-ready implementation.


  • Experience with Natural Language Processing (NLP)
  • Able to take research articles and journals and apply practically
  • Knowledge of Web Development
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field or 10-years Work Experience (for Visa purposes)


  • Experience with NLP-driven applications is a plus
  • Experience with AI or Machine Learning is a plus.
  • Experience or knowledge of DevOps (Docker, Ansible etc) a strong plus.


  • Visa sponsorship
  • Full Employment under Japanese law (which includes National Health Insurance and Pension)
  • Commute Fee covered
  • No Overtime
  • Remote work possible


4.2 to 5.04 million JPY annually.

Meet Yaraku's Developers

Photo of Mary Grygjeanne Grace Icay

Building up Yaraku's QA Process from scratch

with Mary Grygjeanne Grace Icay

Grace started her career as a software developer in the Philippines but discovered her passion for QA when she moved to Japan. As Yaraku's first QA Engineer, not only does she perform the QA herself, Grace also designed Yaraku’s official QA process.

Read her story...

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