Doing Business in Japan Guides. Asia. Japan is open for business and professionalism and commitment will allow you to reap just rewards. It is however useful to have some understanding of the centuries-old traditional concepts that continue to influence Japanese business and society. Learn from the Japan Small Business Ideas and Opportunities – a short guide for entrepreneurs. And get information about Japan Franchise & Business Opportunities and other small business and SME entrepreneurship news. Japanese society has remained to a large extent a single-race nation, with almost no immigrants and the prevailing ethos even today in Japan is conservative, with an ingrained respect for seniority, and a strong commitment to education and work.

Doing Business in Japan Guide

Japan is the third largest economy in the world, after the United States and China. Japan is the fourth largest importer of U.S. products, after Canada, Mexico and China. Japan is a key player in the global economy and international trade system with well-established rule of law and strong protections for property rights, intellectual and other. Japan’s strategic alliance and deep economic integration with the United States provides opportunities in cutting edge sectors from space, defense, security, and other sectors. Japan is a leading importer of U.S. aerospace and defense equipment and, increasingly, an integrated co-developer. Fast-growing markets include advanced manufacturing, healthcare, cyber security and physical security equipment. Learn more from Japan Business Guide provided by ExportGov from the US Government.