Starting a Business in Japan


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Interested in forming your own company in Japan? Well, here is an informative post for you from Jonathan Michaels as he describes the process he took to establish a business in Japan. He details:

“…having a sole-proprietor business up and running and talk about incorporating and the tax reasons therefore. By the way, by “sole-proprietor business,” I mean just providing a product on your own without forming a company. Even without forming a company, you can do business under a name separate from your own (called a 屋号 yagō in Japanese.”

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