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Nintendo looking to hire a 'spokesperson' in Japan

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Nintendo has announced that they're looking to hire a spokesperson in Japan, but the role may not exactly line up with what we usually think of a spokesperson as.

According to Nintendo, this person needs to have three years or more of practical experience in corporate public relations, excellent Japanese writing ability, business level English proficiency. The employee will report to offices in Kyoto, and they'll be asked to formulate and execute global public relations strategies, build media relations, collaborate with spokespersons at overseas offices, create press releases and Q&As, and respond to media inquiries and interviews.

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A lot of these are things Miyamoto did in the past. If I were a betting man, I’d wager he’s fixing to reduce his workload even more, if not retire.

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