Private Insurance

 Latest update: September 2022 

Overall, private insurance is relatively small in Japan compared to other countries. Due to an aging population and a low birth rate, Japan’s public health care system may have to reduce their total coverage. This in turn, could allow more market manoeuvrability for private insurers.


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Table of Contents

  • Overview
  • Entering the Japanese private insurance market
  • Types of Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • Non-life Insurance
    • Third sector Insurance
    • Other Insurances
  • Expert Reports & Webinars
  • Further Readings
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