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Company Establishment: Kabushiki Kaisha

K.K. is one legal form to consider when establishing a company in Japan.

A Kabushiki Kaisha, more commonly known as a K.K., is often translated as “Stock Company” or “Stock Corporation”. K.K. is the most credible and widely used legal form in Japan.

The total cost of the incorporation stands at around 360,000 JPY, and the timeline for the incorporation can be anywhere between 1-3 months.

If you would like to learn more about Company Establishment, please reach out to us through our website, by phone, or on any of our social media platforms.

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