PRAISE K.K. IN JAPAN

Praise K.K. in Japan is founded by Ms. Grace Lim, Moses’s daughter and manager, in 2019. She is armed with more than two decades of experience in Japanese language, culture and way of life, and has always been involved in connecting and bridging Japan with the world.

Grace has attained Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level 2 and Certificate for the Intensive Japanese Language Programme from Waseda University in 2001.

Since then, Grace has represented some of the largest Japanese corporations such as NTT Docomo Group and Asahi Shimbun in her work in across Asia. During her stint at NTT Docomo Group, she has successfully led her team and positioned Asia as the top revenue generating region. At Asashi Shimbun, she has connected President of Japanese Association with prominent figures like Mr. Dhanabalan, BG George Yeo and Prof S.Jayakumar.

Now residing in Japan, Grace continues her vocation to bridge language barriers, promote cross-cultural understanding and appreciation, and ease transition for new foreign residents through her company, Praise K.K..

The Company specialises in:

  1. Translation services in English, Mandarin, Japanese and Korean
  2. Language enrichment and immersion programmes in English and Chinese
  3. Relocation and familiarisation services for foreigners
  4. Cultural induction programmes for foreigners

Since the founding of Praise K.K. in Japan, she has secured NEXCO as a part of her portfolio.

With experience and success in building apartments for rental, Grace also provides counsel through Praise K.K. in the areas such as but not limited to:

  1. Market and region/district analysis
  2. Proofreading of documentation
  3. Navigation across authorities
  4. Pitfalls and blind spots for new investors

If you like to work with us or find out more, contact us!

Waseda University is one of the top Private universities in Tokyo, Japan. It is ranked #=189 in QS Global World University Rankings 2021.
NTT Docomo Inc. is the predominant mobile phone operator in Japan.
The Asahi Shimbun is one of the five national newspapers in Japan.
NEXCO is an abbreviation for Nippon Expressway Company Limited one of the main operators of expressways and toll roads in Japan