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Apartment for sale in Roppongi

MAYFAIR ROPPONGI 2ND FLOOR

Address : 5-chome, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Transportation

: 6 min walk to Azabu-juban st. on Namboku and Oedo line.

: 7 min walk to Roppongi st. on Hibiya and Oedo line.

Freehold

Completion : 1990, November

PRICE : 248,000,000 JPY

1 bedroom ( 1LDK ) : 108.85 sq.m

Property info here

Please inquire us for more info.

sales@api.tokyo

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Considering inheritance taxes on high-rise condo in Japan

Japanese government is considering increase inheritance taxes for high-rise condominium.

Property price in higher floor is much expensive than lower floor, however, calculation of tax based on current rules is same value of higher and lower floor.

This rules claimed unfair by property owner and considering change rules by government.

See more info here.

 

 

Public Opening of the State Guest House, Akasaka Palace

Akasaka guest house

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Between 19th of April until 13th of May, and 31st of May until 21st of June, 2016.

[Closed : 27th of April, 9th of May until 11th of May, 1st of June, 8th of June, 15th of June.]

Free charge : garden

Charge fee :  entry building

[1,000 yen adult,  500 yen for high school and junior high school student.]

Please see detail here.

 

 

 

 

BRAND NEW RENTAL APARTMENT IN MOTO-AZABU

Brand new apartment called Azabu Gardens will be completed very soon(mid of April,2015) which is for expats.

With an expanded footprint in Tokyo’s most desirable international negihbourhood, Moto-Azabu.

Nestled on a quiet tree-lined street, Azabu Gardens located in the heart of Moto-Azabu, within walking distance of numerous international schools, supermarkets, and neighborhood parks.

Common area : Spacious roof top terrace, 24 hours fitness room, Club lounge, Automated car parking systems(SUV can  be fit). Conceirge service, Trunk room, Guest stuite room.

Unit : Large 3,  4 and 5 bedrooms and western kitchen appliances has been installed.

We will anounce you when we can start viewing.

Location map here 

If you interested get some more information about this property, please contact from following ;

inquiry@api.tokyo

TEL : +81-3-3440-3440

After bought property in Tokyo, can you manage it?

After you bought property in Tokyo, how you manage your property with tenant?

How you organized to pay income tax, other tax, payment for management fee and restoration funds, and claim from tenant, and so on?

We could full support for manage your property. So please contact us at +81-(0)3-3440-3440 or info@api.tokyo

 

Corporate tax deduction in Japan

Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yoichi Miyazawa said Monday that he will aim for a cut of “more than 2.5 percentage points” in Japan’s current 35 percent effective corporate tax rate in the fiscal year starting April 2015.

It is the first time that the industry minister has specified a level to which the tax rate should be cut in fiscal 2015, after the government decided in June to reduce it to below 30 percent within the next few years to invigorate foreign investment in Japan.

Miyazawa also told reporters he will accept a plan to expand the scope of corporate tax based on “external standards,” such as the number of employees, capital and other ways of measuring the scale of operations, in an attempt to cover a possible decline in tax revenues.

The size-based tax has been eyed as one way to help stabilize tax revenues as it is imposed on both profitable and unprofitable companies, regardless of economic fluctuations. Currently only around 30 percent of Japanese firms pay corporate tax with the rest exempt due to poor business performance.

The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has so far opposed the tax measure, arguing it would only shift the tax burden to unprofitable companies.

The minister made the remarks after he held talks with Sadayuki Sakakibara, head of the Japan Business Federation, the nation’s most influential business lobby known as Keidanren.

Sakakibara told reporters after the meeting that Miyazawa made a “very concrete and strong” promise, expressing hope that Japan’s corporate tax rate will be lowered in line with the industry minister’s policy.

In a report released in September, Keidanren asked the government to cut the effective corporate tax rate by more than 2 percentage points in fiscal 2015.

by (Kyodo Tokyo).

 

http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy/Economy/Minister-eyes-over-2.5-percentage-point-cut-in-Japan-s-corporate-tax