Stock Company (KK) Incorporation
As the most common type of company in Japan, the Stock Company is widely recognized, often times making it easier to raise capital investment for business expansion. Suitable even for small operations.
Godo Kaisha (GK) Incorporation
A newer type of company introduced with the enactment of revisions to the Companies Act, and is most suitable for those considering operations with a small number of individuals.
Branch Registration Establishment
For those considering the establishment of a branch office in Japan.
Representative Office Establishment
For those that want to begin by performing some preliminary market research in Japan.
See the links below to understand the differences between a Stock Company (KK) and a GK, and a Subsidiary and Branch.
Our specialists offer advice on the type of business entity most suited to your needs.
Stock Company vs. Godo Kaisha
For those who have already decided to incorporate a company (or subsidiary), but are unsure about the type of company to choose.
Japan Branch vs. Subsidiary
For corporate clients unsure about whether to establish a Branch or a Subsidiary.
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