Tax (Law) in Japan
4th floor 2-3-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005
Yodoyabashi & Yamagami LPC, the very first Legal Professional Corporation in Japan with registered No.1, is an independent and moderate-sized Japanese law firm providing full legal services for domestic and international clients.
It was originally founded in Osaka in 1959 and opened its Tokyo office in 2002.
Yodoyabashi & Yamagami LPC is highly acclaimed and trusted by diverse clients from various industries for its renowned professionals leading each major area of practice including corporate, M&A, finance, insolvency, reorganization, cross-border transaction, intellectual property, competition, litigation, labor, immigration, real estate, family and tax.
Yodoyabashi & Yamagami LPC provide top quality comprehensive services for any complicated matters by effectively combining each expertise of the professionals who are always devoting themselves “for the satisfaction of all client's needs”.Show more +
Tax law, general business law, private client and estate planning.
Hiroyuki Kimura advises MNEs, family-owned companies and HNWIs on the legal and tax aspects of Japan.
He is a member of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations since 2010.
Prior to joining the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, Hiroyuki worked for the National Tax Agency, Ministry of Finance (Japan) as chief of corporate taxation division.
He also has work experience at Buren N.V., Den Haag, a Dutch international law firm as visiting tax lawyer and at KPMG Singapore for its international tax services.
Hiroyuki holds a Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) from the University of Tokyo (Japan), a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Seikei University Law School (Japan) and a Master of Advanced Studies in International Tax Law (LL.M. (Adv.)) from International Tax Center – Leiden University (The Netherlands).
He was a lecturer at National Tax College (Japan) in international taxation and at Hitotsubashi University (Japan) in international tax law.
He authored many books and articles, including among others: “Introduction to Tax Treaties” (Tokyo: Chuokeizai-Sha, 2017); “An analysis of the rules on investment income taxation in Japan’s tax treaties”, 71 Bulletin for International Taxation 3/4 (2017); and “Basics of inheritance law” (Tokyo: Seibunsha, 2020).
He is a board member of Japan Tax Jurisprudence Association, and a member of International Fiscal Association, Japan branch.
Languages: English and Japanese.Show more +