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Company Incorporation



This Office provides integrated service with 2 Japanese legal qualification.
It's especially convenient for an alien who wants VISA company at once.


Japanese VISA Service: This Office provides support for obtaining any kind of Japanese VISA including one for investment.

Commercial Incorporation Service: Company is formed by the commercial registration, according to the Japanese Company Act. Immigration lawyer (gyoseishoshi) in Japan can not support the procedure until the end of the commercial registration. Because, it requires another qualification, Shihoshoshi.

If you comission immigration lawyer without Shihoshoshi to obtain VISA, you have to talk to another one, Shihoshoshi. It may take more time, and possibly money too.


Actually not many specialists provide with the both professional services in Japan.




note for Japanese legal specialists


There are many kinds of legal specialist in Japan. It's complicated even to Japanese people.
Those written below are ones related to company management.


Gyoseishoshi: specialized in administrative procedure, such as many kind of business permission, and legal document. All of so called immigration lawyer in Japan is Gyoseishoshi.


Immigration lawyer: Gyoseishoshi specialized in immigration procedure. We can go to immigration bureau to make procedure instead of alien.


Shihoshoshi: specialized in Registration of Real Estate and Company, and some of judicial procedures. It's normal for Japanese to ask Shihoshoshi to establish a company, not Gyoseishoshi. Also strong in inheritance procedure.


Bengoshi: specialized in lawsuit. General attorney or lawyer in other countries.


Zeirishi: specialized in tax. They help you keep book and make tax report.


Shakaihoken roumushi: specialized in social insurance. if you run business in Japan, usually you and your employee are required to enter the Japanese social insurance system. Then they can help you do the procedure. They are called "sharoushi" in short in Japan.