COMPANY FORMATION IN JAPAN

Why should you start your company in Japan?

Company formation in Japan

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    REQUIREMENT TO OPEN A COMPANY

    • Minimum 1 shareholder (Individual/ Corporate Entity).
    • Minimum 1 director.
    • A director or shareholder can be the same or different person of any nationality.
    • 100% local or foreign shareholding allowed.
    • Minimum requirement of share capital for registration of a company in Japan is JPY1.
    • A local registered office address is mandatory before registering a Japanese company.
    • There is no requirement to be physically present at the time of company registration, but banks in Japan require the physical presence of the company principals at the time of account opening as part of their due diligence procedure.

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    OUR SERVICES

    Company Formation Services
    Incorporation Services:
    • Company Formation.
    • Provision for the Local Nominee Director in Japan.
    • Tax Registration.
    • Assistance in the Corporate Bank Account Opening Process.
    • Business Manager Visa Application Support Services – Only if needed.
    Other Maintenance & Compliance Services:
    • Accounting (depending on the volume).
    • Drafting of the financial statements Statutory Audit (depends on volume and complexity).
    • Corporate tax filing (depends on complexity).

    TIME PERIOD

    The incorporation procedure will last between 2 to 3 months while considering the time it takes to provide us with all the necessary valid documents and power to us in correct form.

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    ADVANTAGES OF COMPANY FORMATION IN JAPAN

    Japan is the third-largest economy (after the U.S. and China) and a technology powerhouse with a sizable electronic goods industry and automotive manufacturing sector. A major player in global trade and finance markets, the country has fostered relationships with Asia, Latin America, and Europe through key partnership agreements, including the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (also known as CPTPP and TPP-11) and the economic partnership agreement (EPA) with the EU. Few reasons for doing business in Japan:

    • Japan’s involvement in major trade agreements has contributed to the country’s solid economic performance.

    • Business professionals in Japan are known for their strong work ethic and an affinity for teamwork and consensus decision-making.

    • A hub for innovation, Japan ranks third in the world for its spending on research and development.

    • Japan’s infrastructure is known for its sophisticated organization and operational efficiency.