Updated on March 14, 2018
Office of the Governor for Policy Planning
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is carrying out a wide range of initiatives, making use of the National Strategic Special Zones, with the goal of making Tokyo the easiest place to do business globally, enhancing Japan’s international industrial competitiveness by gathering people, goods, finance and information from around the world, and founding a center of global economic activity.
The Tokyo One-Stop Business Establishment Center (Akasaka) consolidates the procedures required to form a corporate entity into a single location to promote the founding of foreign companies and ventures, and since April 2015 it has been providing services such as support for applications creation and reception. Additionally, in April 2017, the Shibuya Satellite Center was opened, and The Marunouchi Satellite Center was opened in July of the same year.
From April 2018, the Shibuya Satellite Center will be relocating to a private business establishment support facility in Dogenzaka, Shibuya. The Center will strive to provide even more comprehensive services through collaboration with private business partners.
A commemorative event will be held to celebrate the relocation, please find the details below.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
※ The center and consultations will reopen from Monday, April 2.
1F Shibuya Dogenzaka Tokyu Bldg., 1-10-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku
(Plug and Play Shibuya powered by Tokyu Land Corporation)
Foreign and domestic companies opening in Tokyo, etc.
9:30 – 17:30 (Closed 12:00 – 13:00)
Closed: Weekends, National holidays and Year-end & New year’s holidays (Dec. 28– Jan. 3)
A panel discussion will be held on the theme of “Startup! Tokyo: Making Tokyo the World’s #1 Start-up City.”For details, please refer to the separately enclosed flyer (PDF:636KB).
17:30 – 18:30 Friday, March 30, 2018
Event Space at Plug and Play Shibuya powered by Tokyu Land Corporation
※ Same location as the above “2. New Address”
Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of the Governor for Policy Planning, Coordination Division