What we do

The Trade and Investment Office in Tokyo is fully committed to assisting you with the expansion of your business to Luxembourg and your entrance into the European markets. We also facilitate trade between Luxembourg and Japan and support Luxembourg-based businesses in the establishment and development of their activities on the Japanese market.

Our executive team offers personalised services and provides companies that are interested in setting up in Luxembourg with the following assistance:

  • Information on the general and sector-specific business environments and related government policies
  • Tailor-made visiting programmes and practical help with the establishment of a company in Luxembourg
  • Access to high-ranking government officials and key network contacts including the House of Entrepreneurship (One-Stop-Shop), the agencies Luxinnovation and Luxembourg for Finance, the Luxembourg University, research centers, business accelerators etc..
  • Contact facilitation with possible business partners
  • Information on immigration and visa questions

Services offered for Luxembourg-based companies interested in setting up in Japan:

  • Advice on the local business environment
  • Information on market entry conditions
  • Contact with local authorities which oversee company establishment
  • Introduction to business networks
  • Contact facilitation with possible business partners

Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office - Tokyo

Who we are

Luxembourg House 1F | 8-9 Yonbancho Chiyoda-ku | Tokyo 102-0081 JAPAN
+81 (0)3 3265 9621
tiotokyo@mae.etat.lu

If you are interested in setting up your business in Luxembourg there are many other institutions providing support and information. We compiled a list of useful links for you.

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