Tokyo always has passion for something new, and it has make the world take notice. Tokyo is a stunning, stimulating and seductive city, from cultural sights to vast shopping malls.

1. Dinning

Tokyo has naturally exerted great influence on the Japanese cuisine. Consequently, some Tokyo specialties have become so popular that they are now known as the standard version of the dish rather than a local specialty. International food is enjoying great popularity in Tokyo, and many Japanese chefs have achieved recognition for their skills in foreign cooking, often acquired by practical training overseas.

2. Shopping

Tokyo has a shop for practically anything one could ever want to buy: from cutting edge electronics to colourful anime goods, traditional crafts, trendy fashion and branded goods. Tokyo’s varied sightseeing districts double as shopping districts, many of them with their own character and specialties.

3. Healthcare

Expat healthcare in Tokyo, and healthcare in Japan as a whole, is largely dependent on one’s employer. Even if expats opt for a nationalized healthcare plan, they will be liable for up to 30 percent of their medical expenses. Expats would prefer international health insurance plan.

4. Insurance for Expatriates in Japan

Most expatriates will want to obtain international medical coverage if residing in Japan. Medical evacuation is recommended along with a plan that provided global medical treatment. A plan that will provide reimbursement for medical expenses via a large network of hospitals is recommended. Many expats should also obtain global life and disability insurance coverage.

Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Japan:

If you require a quote for insurance coverage for expats in Japan, contact Expat Financial today for a quote and to discuss your Japan expatriate insurance requirements.