Overview

Tokyo Consulting Group was established in 1998 by Mr. Yasunari Kuno, a Japanese Certified Public Accountant and former employee of PriceWaterhouse Coopers (PwC) Japan. Today, Tokyo Consulting Group is among the few Japanese international accounting companies to remain successful in Japan and abroad. Tokyo Consulting Group has over 300 employees, most of which are located in our four Japanese branches: Tokyo (HQ), Yokohama, Nagoya, and Osaka.

Our mission is to enhance our clients' business through the incorporation of our services. Our main services in Japan are bookkeeping, accounting, audit, tax, labor & human resources (social insurance and payroll), as well as outsourcing. Furthermore, we provide consulting and advising services in various types of businesses and industries for foreign and prospective entities wishing to establish their business in Japan. Our multicultural and multilingual staff is composed of more than 300 experienced and qualified professionals, including Japanese Certified Public Accountants, USCPAs, Licensed Japanese Tax Accountants, and Social Insurance and Labor Specialists.

Tokyo Consulting Group is an affiliated firm of KS International (KSi), a large network of independent accounting, tax and consulting firms worldwide, with 3,500 professionals and 138 offices in 58 countries. The affiliated firms of KSi collaborate to provide British standards accounting services to its global clients. Being a Japan-based company, Tokyo Consulting Group has the advantage of understanding the Japanese culture and customer satisfaction standards, while partnering with a highly valued UK-based accounting group. Tokyo Consulting Group has a long-standing experience in offering exceptional customer service in Japan by providing the most up-to date information and prompt, accurate service to its customers.
Tokyo Consulting Group, as a truly professional Japanese accounting firm, constantly strives to seek the best solutions for the further development of its international clients. As opposed to major accounting companies, we provide a wide range of integrated services for foreign companies in Japan, while staying within a local, reasonable price range.

Our biligual staff will be happy to answer any inquiry, regardless of the size of your business or project. Contact Tokyo Consulting Group today for a free initial consultation. We look forward to supporting your project in Japan.

Our Team

Yasunari Kuno

At the beginning of his career, Mr. Kuno joined Aoyama Audit Corporation (PriceWaterhouse Coopers) at the Audit Department (now Arata Audit Corporation PwC). Initially, he was responsible for Securities Exchange Law and Commercial Law Auditing for Public Companies, and Voluntary Audit for foreign companies. He then continued his career as IPO and Management consultant, before leaving his positions in 1998 to establish Kuno Yasunari CPA Firm. He is now President of Tokyo Tax Accountant Corporation, President of Kuno Yasunari CPA Firm, President and CEO of Jinzai Kaihatsu Co., Ltd., President of Tokyo Consulting Firm Co., Ltd., CPA and Tax Accountant, and Certified member of The Security Analysts Association of Japan.

Eiichi Kataoka

Mr. Kataoka began his professional experience at KPMG Mexico. He started as an auditor of numerous American and European companies. Later in his career at KPMG, he joined the Japanese practice, a special practice dedicated to accompany Japanese companies entering the Mexican market. He has been involved in numerous audits, tax, and M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) projects. During his stay at KPMG, he contributed to the improvement of diverse practices with his skills and language abilities that include Japanese, Spanish, English, and Portuguese. Mr. Kataoka is currently in charge of the M&A and Venture Capital markets at Tokyo Consulting Group, where he has been promoting sales and acquisitions opportunities to Japanese and international clients. The cross-border M&A practice he implemented has become one the most successful within Tokyo Consulting Group.

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