Japan has always had a reputation for its world leading technologies and multifaceted culture.



Japan, one of the world’s most literate and technically advanced nations, is an East Asian archipelago country made up of four primary islands and more than 6,800 others. While 70% of Japan is covered by mountains and heavily wooded areas, the country’s people lead a distinctly urban lifestyle.

With the third-largest economy in the world, Japan’s economy and real estate market has largely bounced back from the disruption caused by the financial crisis and the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster. The service sector makes up the highest percentage of the economy in terms of gross domestic product (70%) and employment (60%). 

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