Business Law in Japan stipulates at least one of Representative Director
must have a domicile in Japan. So when a foreign company wants to
establish K.K. in Japan, the following personnel organization
can be an example.

1. 1st Representative Director : Foreign candidate domicile in foreign country.
This candidate will have all the power in business operation.

2. 2nd Representative Director : Foreign or Japanese candidate domicile in Japan.
This candidate is placed to meet the demands of Japanese Business Law.

3. Shareholder (Owner) of the Company : Company or Individual domicile in foreign country.

4. Promoter : Company or Individual at least one of whom must have a bank account in Japan.
To-be shareholder should transfer all capital amount into Promoters' bank account in Japan.