The Japan Patent Office (JPO) has compiled trends surrounding intellectual property (IP) at home and abroad, as well as its own initiatives into the Japan Patent Office Annual Report 2022, with the
Lately, the EU-Japan Centre conducted a series of webinars, covering many sectors and topics, to support EU companies doing business with Japan. Did you miss one?
What are the key domestic players and the latest trends in the dynamic Japanese beer market? What are the opportunities for innovative or traditional EU craft-style beer manufacturers?
This report provides with the appropriate tools to choose between an Agency or a Distribution Agreement when doing business with a Japanese partner. It also provides the specific terminology (kanji) to distinguish between Distributor and Agency.
This report will provide you with a concise summary of FDI incentives in Japan organised by prefecture. It will assist you in determining which of Japan's prefectures are more suitable for your business.
This report focuses on the main platforms of e-commerce in Japan which are Amazon Japan, Rakuten Ichiba and Shopify. It presents the information necessary to do business on those platforms, the procedure, and the logistics.
Following mapping attempts in 2013 and 2016, the EU-Japan Centre proceeded with a new screening online in order to identify new clusters and better assess already existing ones lastly identified in 2016.
The report is targeting EU-based small- and mid-sized companies (SMEs) that are producing coffee, tea and soft drinks and are seeking to enter the Japanese market or those aiming at strengthening their current positions in Japan.
Japan has a flourishing home decoration market which is one of the best in the world. Japanese demand for well-designed, high-quality and innovative furniture and home fashion brands from EU firms is very strong.