Home
Back

Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. Thank you!

Business manager visa for HSP(II)-visa-holder 2021/1/12 13:32
If I have understood the eligibility to start a company in Japan, then a foreigner must need to obtain a business manager visa for which it is needed to show at least 5 millions yen capital.

How about if someone has a HSP visa? Does it still need to obtain a business manager visa, although HSP allowed limited type of business?

If no, then to start a company that is permissible under the HSP VISA, is it possible to register a company without 5 millions yen capital?

Thank you.
by Guest (guest)  

Re: Business manager visa for HSP(II)-visa-holder 2021/1/12 15:33
https://visaconsultant-lawer.com/work/various-visas/starting-a-busines...

if you have ‚“xκ–εE‚Q†ƒrƒU, it seems you can make your own company without having (changing to) Œo‰cEŠΗ—ƒrƒU.
5000000 yen is the rule for Œo‰cEŠΗ—ƒrƒU.
there is no such rule for ‚“xκ–εE‚Q†ƒrƒU.
you can make a company only under business law.

ask detailed information to immigration office or immigration lawyer.
ask how to make a company to an accountant or Ži–@‘Žm.
by ken (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Business manager visa for HSP(II)-visa-holder 2021/1/13 06:29
Anybody can start/incorporate a company if the company meets the requirements (such as Japanese representative). Immigration would not be the correct people to ask - they don't cover those commercial/legal aspects. If you are holding a valid resident visa then you could incorporate a company relatively easily.
by JapanCustomTours rate this post as useful

Re: Business manager visa for HSP(II)-visa-holder 2021/1/13 06:34
If I have understood the eligibility to start a company in Japan, then a foreigner must need to obtain a business manager visa for which it is needed to show at least 5 millions yen capital.
Just to follow-up on this statement, it is actually not correct. The statement is the wrong way around.

As part of the business manager visa you need a company and generally need to commit 5 million yen (technically that doesn't need to be as paid capital, but it is a convenient way of doing it in terms of company structure.) Companies in Japan can have a little as one yen in paid capital on formation.
by JapanCustomTours rate this post as useful

reply to this thread