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5 reasons to love Stryker in Tokyo, Japan

Updated: Mar 29

Iidabashi, Tokyo, is home to Stryker’s national headquarters in Japan and houses an array of functions, including Human Resources, Finance, Information Systems and more. Inside our office you will find our employees are full of energy!

Our Tokyo office at a glance:

Office address: Iidabashi First Tower 2-6-1, Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0004 Japan

Main business: Stryker in Japan headquarters

Main functions: Sales and Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Information Systems

On-site perks: Free coffee and tea, flexible work areas, collaborative workspaces, scenic views and more!

Here are 5 reasons to join our team in Tokyo, Japan

1. Stryker's Innovation Center (SIC)

"Innovation" is what Stryker in Japan is striving for. Here at the SIC, we are providing an opportunity for our customers and stakeholders to not only understand and experience our products, but to also be inspired and see what the future of healthcare looks like.

2. Our people

People are our strength. Our employees collaborate and work as a team and are committed to our customers and to delivering on our mission. We hold events throughout the year to bring our employees together, such as, Open House (“Bring your family to work" day), town-hall meetings, Stryker’s café (internal gathering), and more! These internal events help people in different divisions get to know each other better and to exchange new business ideas.

3. Our diverse environment

Diversity and inclusion are priorities of Stryker Japan. We have active networking groups, such as Stryker’s Women’s Network (SWN), which offers enhanced opportunities for members through networking, professional development, leadership messages, community outreach and educational projects that drive the attraction, development, engagement and retention of talented women.

4. Magnificent views of Tokyo

Geographically located at the heart of Tokyo, the numerous angles of the city are all yours here at the office. Tokyo Dome, Tokyo Tower, Sky tree, Imperial Palace and more just at the tip of your fingers!

5. Get lost in Kagurazaka

Just near the office is Kagurazaka, an area once the outer edge of a castle in Tokyo. Now a great combination of the new and the old. It’s a great place to grab a good lunch or simply just to take a break from work.

Interested in joining our team in Tokyo?

Check out our current job openings and apply today!


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