The next installment in our popular series of webinars or foreigners who want to learn about the benefits of getting permanent residency (PR) or a long-term visa in Japan, will also be covering the business start-up visa.
The seminar will be held online on Thursday May 19 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. (JST) and participation is free.
We will be discussing the following topics:
-- The requirements and process for applying for permanent residency.
-- Highly Skilled Professional visa
-- Start-up visa. This visa allows you to stay in Japan for up to 6 months in order to prepare for starting a business in Japan. During this time, you’ll receive special support from the local municipal government to help you start your business.
We’ll also be going over the support measures provided by the Tokyo metropolitan government for this visa.
-- Business Management Visa
Q&A session will be held at the end of the online seminar
Make sure to take notes of questions you have during the seminar, as we will hold a Q&A session at the end. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions about the visa process and get first-hand expert advice.
Free private consultations are available by appointment
For a free private consultation, please let us know on the registration page. Our partner, Ms Masako Watanabe, will contact you to set up an appointment.
This seminar is brought to you by Real Estate Japan in partnership with Ms Watanabe, a licensed administrative scrivener (行政書士, gyosei shoshi).
Real Estate Japan regularly publishes articles on every aspect of renting, buying, and investing in property in Japan, as well as practical information and advice for living (and thriving!) here.
Here are a few of our most popular articles related to getting a visa in Japan:
- What it’s like to renew your visa at the immigration office in Chiba
- Highly-Skilled Foreign Professional Visa for Japan: How and why to apply
- Japan to tighten foreign student visa screening as of April to cut down on overstayers: List of countries
- Renew your residency visa online: Japan’s Ministry of Justice to implement 24-hour only visa renewal
- How I switched from a student visa to a designated activities visa: And found a job in Japan
Bilingual Administrative Scrivener
Masako Watanabe developed her career as a staff writer for "US Japan Business News" in New York. After returning to Japan, she worked as an editor at Time Warner Inc for TIME Japan edition. Then she engaged in book translation. Her translated books include "Wisdom of the CEO: 29 Global Leaders Tackle Today’s Most Pressing Business Challenges” by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. In 2008 she registered as an administrative scrivener, specializing in visa consulting.
Yasuhiro is in charge of business development within GPlusMedia and integrates GPlusMedia with Gakken Group to build up synergy and new services/products across different channels.
Host: Real Estate Japan
Date: Thursday May 19, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: This seminar will be held online and virtually hosted in Tokyo
To register for this seminar click on the link below.
You will be taken to the registration form on GoToWebinar, our seminar platform partner site.
- After you complete online registration, you will receive a confirmation email from GoToWebinar.
- Click on the link in the registration email to join the seminar on the date and time of the event.
- If it is the first time you will be joining us on GoToWebinar, you will be asked to install the GoToWebinar software on your device. Installation takes about five minutes.
- Please note that the number of attendees is limited to 50 people. Once the registration limit has been reached, we aren’t able to add attendees to the list. We thank you for your understanding on this.
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