Skip to content

The Virtual Incubator at the Royal Danish Embassy in Tokyo

Do you need an address in Tokyo?

The Trade Council's incubator scheme in Tokyo allows Danish companies to explore the export opportunities in the Japanese market in a simple and cheap way. Through the scheme, companies can rent a virtual office through The Trade Council in Tokyo, which on a daily basis helps Danish companies exporting to Japan

The incubator

The scheme offers Danish companies to rent an address to start business in Japan, Tokyo. By joining such a scheme, you will be able to be virtually present in Japan and explore the market without having to think about practical matters. 

Benefits of the incubator scheme:

- Access to an address in Tokyo – in the well-known Daikanyama/Shibuya area.

- Own telephone line with own number to be forwarded to e.g. a mobile phone

- Access to the Embassy's meeting rooms and storage rooms

- The Trade Council advisors can provide advice by additional payment

Legal or tax advice is not provided, but the Trade Council advisors can help establish contact with relevant law and audit firms. 

What does it cost?

The price for using the incubator scheme varies depending on which solution you choose. Therefore, contact the Embassy to get an offer.

Use the Embassy's expertise and network

Using the incubator scheme gives you a unique opportunity to take advantage of Embassy's Commercial Officers - 98% of their customers expressed that they delivered "Decisive" or "Major Value".  

For further information and preparation of offers, contact The Trade Council in Tokyo:

Royal Danish Embassy, Japan
29-6, Sarugaku-cho
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033
E-mail: (Thomas Højlund Christensen, Head of Trade Department)
Phone: +81 (0) 90 2499 4682

Among the companies that have used the incubator are:
Danish Crown, Secomea, Bang & Olufsen, Ambu, Vikan, Scandinavia Living, TYTEX, Cryptera, Assemble, Agnitio, Kompan, Danrun Windservice.