Category Archives: Information

Exportation of Second-Hand Cars

Recently, we have been receiving inquiries about exporting second-hand cars, also known as “cream puffs” in Japan. Every car you see on the road may seem brand new, but that’s not always the case. The reason for the cars’ nice … Continue reading

IBPC Osaka – Providing Business Support

When planning to put up a business in Japan, one of the common questions you may ask is “Is there any available support organization or program in Japan? ” At this time, foreign investors are lucky to receive all the … Continue reading

Japan to Hire Foreign Workers to Improve Economic Status

Great news to foreign workers who dream of working to Japan! Recently, Prime Minister Abe confirmed that the country will soon start hiring trainees and highly-skilled foreign workers. This can be done by streamlining the procedures in recruitment in order … Continue reading

Japan’s National Security Bureau to Be Launched

One of the strategies of PM Abe is to strengthen its relationships to its neighboring countries by creating allies that can benefit both Japan and other Asian countries. In relation to this, another action plan was formulated through the creation … Continue reading

Tokyo Real Estate Prices Continues to Rise

Since the recession in Japan started in 1995, the investment in the real estate continues to go down due to economic deflation. Despite this, real estate prices in Tokyo are expected to soar high after the 2020 Olympic Games. Tokyo … Continue reading

$182 Billion Package – Approved by PM Abe to Fight Deflation

Recently, the cabinet members of PM Abe came to a consensus to approve a big package amounting to 18.6 trillion yen. This money will be used to improve the country’s economy, which is still suffering from deflation. With this amount, … Continue reading

Radioactive Fuel Rods at Fukushima to be Removed

Since the nuclear disaster that happened in 2011, the Japanese government has been doing various efforts in order to eliminate the risks completely. After the destructive and traumatic day on the lives of many, a few workers remained despite having … Continue reading

Oseibo

In some countries, there is a custom for companies to give “bonuses” or 13-month pay to their employees before the year ends. This is given in monetary form as a way of showing gratitude for the hard work done all … Continue reading

Foreign Monetary Policy – Strongly Affecting Japan’s Economy

Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserved Bank recently said that the Federal will maintain ultra-easy U.S. monetary policy for as long as it’s needed. Moreover, it will only start to decrease bond buying once they got an assurance regarding … Continue reading

Snow Crab Season Officially Started in Japan

One of the reasons why Japanese cuisine is very popular all over the world is because of the fine ingredients used on every dish. Tempura, being one of the most popular dishes in Japan is made from shrimps, which is … Continue reading