Incorporate a Japanese kabushiki kaisha "KK" company

Start a KK kabushiki kaisha Japanese company.

Many Japanese consider that the kabushiki kaisha company (often abbreviated to KK) is the most prestigious type of Japanese company.

Venture Japan’s Japanese kabushiki kaisha KK company incorporation service packages each include the same premium benefits:

  • All services provided in English.
  • Appointment of an Incorporator.
  • Incorporator’s Resolution (in Japanese and English).
  • Articles of Incorporation (in Japanese and English).
  • Directors’ (and auditor’s if needed) Letters of Acceptance (in Japanese and English).
  • Registered hardwood corporate seal.
  • Notarization of the Articles of Incorporation.
  • Payment of government filing fees and stamp-duty.
  • Filing the incorporation documents at the Legal Affairs Bureau closest to the KK’s registered address.
  • Receipt of the new KK’s Certificate of Registration and representative seal registration card (the Ministry of Justice usually issues these documents 10 business days after the incorporation date).
  • Notification to the Bank of Japan of direct inbound investment (needed before incorporation for certain regulated industries).
  • The new company’s registrations with the national and local tax offices (needed within 60 days of incorporation to make sure it receives “Blue Form” status).
  • First Organizational Directors’ Meeting to transfer the shares from the Incorporator to the beneficiary shareholder.




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