Business domains

Supporting the matching of young people and companies and contributing to the growth of both

Supporting valuable matching between young people (job seekers in their 20s and students) and companies

  • Providing job information to job seekers

  • Providing recruitment solutions to companies

Achieving employment goals and hirring without mismatches

  • Business operations aimed at job seekers changing jobs (and finding employment in companies where they can play an active role) and companies actively hiring human resources

Corporate Outline

Name of corporation

GAKUJO Co., Ltd.


November 1977


Taishi Nakai


1,500,000,000 yen

Number of employees

334 employees (as of October 31,2023)


Tokyo,Osaka,Nagoya,Kyoto and Fukuoka


For future generations and the future of companies and society,
we created new services and standards that didn’t exist anywhere before.

Founding period


Founded in Dojima, Kita-ku, Osaka


Established Mitaka Kikaku Co., Ltd. (predecessor) in Dojima, Kita-ku, Osaka


Established Student Employment Information Center

Publication of the Student Employment Guide (Job Information magazine)

Growth period


Opened a Tokyo Office in Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo


Opened a Nagoya Office in Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya


Relocated the Tokyo Office to Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo as the Tokyo Headquarters


Completed construction of a new head office building and relocated the headquarters to Edobori, Nishi-ku, Osaka


Launched G-WAVE, the industry’s first online job information site and the predecessor of “Asagaku Navi”


Changed the company name to GAKUJO Co., Ltd.


Listed on JASDAQ Securities Exchange

Completed construction of a new head office building and relocated the headquarters to Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka


Opened a Kyoto Office in Naginataboko-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

Launched “Re-Shukatsu”, the industry’s first job information website targeted at job seekers in their 20s


Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange


Listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

Expansion period


Joined the Japan Business Federation


Entered into a capital and business tie-up agreement with Asahi Shimbun and the Asahi Gakusei Shinbunsha

Opened Fukuoka Sales Office in front of Hakata Station, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City


Launched “Intern jobs,” a practical internship matching service


Renewed the Re-Shushoku website for job seekers in their 20s

Renamed Tokyo Headquarters as Tokyo Head Office (Tokyo and Osaka two head office system)

Renamed Fukuoka Sales Office as Fukuoka Branch


Renewed “Asagaku Navi”, launched “Japan Jobs” to support the employment and recruitment of global human resources on one of Japan’s largest direct recruiting sites

Launched “Human Resources Library” owned media for HR personnel

Acquired a No. 1 ranking from the Tokyo Shoko Research Survey for the Re-Shushoku job change website for job seekers in their 20s (and stayed No. 1 for the next 4 years)

Second Founding period period


Launched “Re-Shukatsu WOMAN”, a job change website for women in their 20s

Held the first “Shukatsu support meeting” for small-group direct recruiting events

Launched “JobTube” recruitment video service that features workplace introductions

Launched online live joint company web Shukatsu-haku series seminars

Acquired a No. 1 ranking from the Tokyo Shoko Research Survey for “Asagaku Navi”, acclaimed to have the largest membership among direct recruiting websites (and stayed No. 1 for the next 3 years)


Expanded JobTube recruitment video series lineup
・JobTube Lite specializing in job listings
・JobTube Vertical Lite optimizing the viewing experience on smartphones
・JobTube Studio for web seminars on the quality of news media programs
・JobTube digital brochure conveying attractiveness through graphics
・JobTube Professional, a career-support video that allows users to encounter a role model

Launched “Working style institute for business people in their 20s” owned media

Acquired a No. 1 ranking from the Tokyo Shoko Research Survey for “Re-Shukatsu Agent” having the No.1 ratio of registered users in their 20s (and stayed No. 1 for the next 3 years)


Changed head office registration to Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Prime Market in conjunction with the Tokyo Stock

Exchange’s reorganization
Established the company’s new purpose: “We create future options”

Acquired a No. 1 ranking for “Asagaku Navi” in employment support content for employment services in Oricon Customer Satisfaction Survey 2022

Renamed Fukuoka Branch as Fukuoka Office


Gathered the largest number of visitors of any joint company seminar for new graduates at “Shushoku-haku” Employment Expo according to the Tokyo Shoko Research Survey

Launched “Re-Shukatsu Tech”, a job change website for IT engineers in their 20s


Tokyo Headquarters

Ginza,Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Headquarters

Osaka Headquarters

Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka

Osaka Headquarters

Nagoya Branch Office

Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya

Nagoya Branch Office

Kyoto Branch Office

Shimogyou-ku, Kyoto

Kyoto Branch Office

Fukuoka Branch Office

Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

Fukuoka Branch Office