How to Apply for Self-Employed/Freelancer Subsidies in Japan

After it took the Japanese government a while to kick off financial support for residents that are struggling in the current economic climate during the COVID-19 crisis, several relief options are now available. You can read our article on how to receive your 100,000 yen check available to every resident in Japan; however, this article explains how to receive up to 1 million yen for those who are self-employed in Japan.Who is eligible?You have to fulfill two conditions to receive the subsidies. The first is that you must be self-employed. This means that you are either a freelancer or employed by one or more companies as a contractor, called gyomu itaku in Japanese. If you aren’t sure, ask the company you are working for, but it is usually the case if your company doesn’t pay social insurance for you.

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