Japan continues to be a popular investment destination in Asia. With changes in local policies and eased visa regulations, the commercial market will benefit from an increased amount of tourists and investors.
Interestingly, the Japanese government has revised its projections of the number of inbounds in the coming decade, increased from 20 million to 40 million in 2020, and from 30 million to 60 million in 2030.
People from Hong Kong and Mainland China go to Japan in vast numbers, at the same time as we’ll see future growth from emerging markets like India and Indonesia.
Yet, buying commercial property in Japan requires a bit of planning and caution.
In this article, we review the following:
- Can foreigners buy commercial property in Japan?
- Investing in Hotels
- Investing in Retail Property
- Investing in Parking Lots
- Investing in Office Space
- Investing in Industrial Real Estate and Warehouses
- Process When Buying Commercial Property
- Commercial Property Taxes
- Best Cities to Invest in Commercial Property in Japan