Kyushu Nagasaki Guesthouse helping staff wanted!! (helper, volunteer, cleaning staff)

We, Guesthouse Casa Blanca, are recruiting new staff who wants to speak english with traveler who come from whole world, who wants to improve Japanese ability, who loves Streets or Islands of Nagasaki. Local people of Nagasaki can apply for staff, too.






  • Your job will be cleaning in the morning and the night shift.
  • 5 days work, 1 day rest (We need meeting for deciding for rest)
  • An applicant who can work more than two weeks and who can speak English and Japanese will be preferred
  • We will give a bed in mixed dormitory
  • Free of charge for breads and rice that we provide
  • You will work and stay CasaNoda or CasaBlanca (workplace and accommodation could be separated)
  • The applicants must have work visa in Japan.


Please email us below.

  • Name
  • Mail address
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Nationality
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Arrival date and time
  • Departure date
  • How did you know our information of helping staff? (Website or search keyword)
  • Self introduction (Hobby, special talent, career, etc)

※Please attach your photo.

※The applicants who do not have Japanese nationality must attach work visa and passport.




Diary of Mac ~Life in Nagasaki~

We are currently working with wonderful helpers from Japan, Taiwan and New Zealand.
Our new helper Mac, from New Zealand came to Nagasaki two weeks ago and is enjoying his life in Nagasaki so far. I will introduce his diary.

Hello people of the world! My name is Mac Smith and I’m currently working part time in Casablanca in exchange for a place to sleep at night. It’s my first time in Nagasaki and so far I’m really enjoying myself! Everyone here has been really friendly and accommodating. I’ve only been working here for 10 days but already the place feels like a second home. The city itself is wonderful. I haven’t managed to see everything yet but what I have seen has been really impressive. The onsen here is probably the best onsen I’ve seen during my time in Japan. And the view of the city is breathtaking. It’s still a little early in the year for the beach but I’m really looking forward to seeing what that’s like as well!

So during my time in Japan this year I have been to Tokyo and Tottori. I would say Nagasaki is a bit of a mix of both of these places. It’s not quite as big and impressive as Tokyo but it’s definitely more urban than Tottori was. I would really recommend going everywhere though if you had the chance.

So far I haven’t managed to do much sightseeing in Nagasaki but I did make it to the peace park the other day. It was interesting seeing all the sculptures from all the different countries and learning more about the effects of the bombing. Being from New Zealand I didn’t really know anything at all about it before coming here. It’s amazing how much the bomb effected this place. It’s even more amazing that it’s been rebuilt as well as it has!

I also tried tomato ramen for the first time ever here in Nagasaki. I know there’s a lot more well known food here but I didn’t want to do everything too quickly. The ramen was interesting. Kind of like what Italian would be like if it was a soupy noodle dish. I would definitely eat it again but I think given the choice normal ramen is still a lot better.

Staying at Casablanca has been an interesting experience. It’s the first time I’ve had to share a room since sleeping with my siblings when I was young. Constantly being around people can be a bit draining but everyone is so nice that it doesn’t really matter. The constant flow of people coming and going means that every night is interesting with new people to talk to. The work isn’t too full on either.


I managed to find this job whilst looking for work online. I was already in Japan at the time and trying to figure out how I was going to spend my year here. Casablanca was one of a few places to message me back. I had a look at everything on offer and decided this was the best place to go. I definitely think I made the right decision there.

In February I came to Japan with a working holiday visa. I’m here for one year. It’s already my third time in the country and I was looking forward to spending an extended period of exploring places that I haven’t been able to see yet. I’ve always had a fascination in Japanese culture so I’m really happy that I’m able to be here right now.

Thank you

Thanks Mac!
Let’s enjoy staying and working with us!


【Parking】Casa Blanca Guesthouse’s Nearby Parking Information (Shianbashi, Nagasaki City)

Casa Blanca Guesthouse’s Nearby Parking Information (Shianbashi, Nagasaki City)


List of Fees


Recommendation ☆

①Shin Kanko Tower Parking


Address  4-26 Kago machi, Nagasaki City


Tel  095-828-2121
Maximum Capacity  96 vehicles

※Oversized Vehicles not allowed

Business Hours  7:00~23:30
Parking Fee  30 min/140 yen(Pay before parking)
Extended Time Discount  7:00~23:30  Maximum Fee 900 yen

(Next morning)

 Maximum Fee 500 yen
About This location is a multistory parking space that is the cheapest option and is the nearest to Casablanca. We recommend this location to customers who are concerned about fees. However, there is no staff present at night, and therefore you can not park or retrieve your car at this time. It is across from the JAL City Hotel and can be located by finding the large drawing of the dragon’s dance on the side.
②Times Nagasaki China Town

(タイムズ 長崎中華街)

Address  13 Shinchi Machi Nagasaki City


Maximum Capacity  21 vehicles(RV / 1BOX allowed)
Business Hours  24 hour parking
Parking Fee  Weekdays  40 min/500 yen
 Weekends and Holidays  40 min/600 yen
Extended Time Discount  24 hours and after Maximum Fee 1,500 yen
 About  This location is 24 hours, and customers pay the parking fee by coin machine.

③ Reference Doza Park  *Motorcycles OK!


Address  7-13 Doza Machi Nagasaki City


Tel  095-823-4120
Maximum Capacity  357 vehicles

(Left Side Steering Vehicles allowed/ Motorcycles allowed)

Business Hours 24 hour parking
Parking Fee  7:00〜22:00  30 min/150 yen
 22:00〜7:00  90 min/150 yen
Extended Time Discount  7:00〜20:00  Maximum Fee 1,200 yen
 20:00〜7:00 Maximum Fee 900 yen
About This place is often called “Brick Park (Renga Park)” and is right next to Casa Blanca.  This location is enclosed, and so is convenient during rain. Parking for motorcycles costs 200 yen for 12 hours.
④Matsugae Terminal Parking *Large Bus/Micro Bus/Neko Bus OK!


Address  7-16 Matsugae Machi Nagasaki City


Tel  095-895-9512
Maximum Capacity  Normal Vehicles 60vehicles

(Large Bus/Micro Bus need a reservation, Motorcycles not allowed)

Business Hours 24 hour parking

(Except for on days when a cruise ship is docked at Nagasaki Harbor, from 6:00 pm on the day before docking to an hour after setting sail)

Parking Fee  8:00〜20:00  Normal Vehicles 30 min/50 yen

Buses 30 min/600 yen

 20:00〜8:00  Normal Vehicles 30 min/50 yen

Buses 30 min/300 yen

Extended Time Discount Normal Vehicles 20:00〜8:00 Maximum Fee 500 yen
Buses  20:00〜8:00 Maximum Fee 2,400 yen
About This is the parking for the International Terminal and is recommended for large groups and buses. Because buses need a reservation, the area is safe during crowded times. It takes 15 mins from Casa Blanca on foot.



⑤Doza Ato Parking


Address  13-17 Doza Machi Nagasaki City


Tel 095-818-7052
Maximum Capacity  100 vehicles

(Left Side Steering Vehicles allowed)

Business Hours 24 hour parking
Parking Fee  30 min /150 yen
Extended Time Discount  19:00〜10:00

(Next Morning)

 Maximum Fee 1,200 yen
⑥Mitsui No Repark


Address  4 Kago Machi Nagasaki City


Maximum Capacity  27 vehicles
Business Hours  24 hour parking
Parking Fee  Weekdays  8:00〜21:00  20 min/100 yen
 Weekends and Holidays  8:00〜21:00  40 min/600 yen
 21:00〜8:00(Next Morning)  120 min /100 yen
Extended Time Discount (Only Weekdays)  With in 24 hours  Maximum Fee 1,000 yen

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