The Kabushiki Kaisha (or KK) is the benchmark for businesses in Japan. It projects a sense of confidence and commitment to the Japanese marketplace and tends to be looked upon favourably by lenders, investors, landlords and clients. Legally a KK is defined as a joint-stock limited liability corporation and share certificates are issued.
Establishing a KK requires a local Representative Director and office address. The KK is a suitable structure for local businesses or subsidiaries of overseas firms. With recent changes to the Corporation Act, it is now possible to establish a KK with as little as 1 yen in registered capital.
Solid Japan can help establish your KK in a short amount of time at a very reasonable cost. Contact us today to find out if KK is the right structure for your business.