MURAKATA YoshiyukiPartner, Member of Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association

He is an attorney with a wealth of experience in general corporate legal affairs of small and medium-sized enterprises and provides continual services to numerous clients; in particular, consultations regarding business models and the establishment of new businesses. He has an established reputation for supporting startup enterprises and new businesses.

In addition, leveraging on his professional experience in a major financial institution in Japan, he provides legal services with his focus on management’s perspective including fund procurement and profitability. Above all, in the areas of real estate and business succession, he teams up with experts from all fields to provide one-stop services that make full use of the synergy between law, tax and business practices.

He is also achieving results in the challenges he undertakes in new areas. In the area of renewable energy including the launch of solar power generation, wind power generation, biomass power generation, he is actively involved from the early stage of business scheme construction. In addition, he has extensive experience in legal affairs and dispute resolutions of the power retail business.

Education and Professional Background

2001
Graduated from Waseda University, School of Political Science and Economics, Department of Economics
Joined The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd. (currently MUFG Bank, Ltd.)
2004
Left The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd.
2007
Graduated from Waseda Law School
2008
Registered as attorney at law in Japan
Joined a law firm in Tokyo
2010
Established Daizawa Law Office
2013
Participated as one of the founding partners of Waseda Legal Commons, LPC

Practice Areas

General corporate legal practice of small and medium-sized enterprises, real estate, renewable energy, inheritance, business succession, debt recovery, insolvency proceedings, business planning and management consultations including fund procurements for small and medium-sized enterprises. All kinds of claims for damages.

Language(s)

Japanese, English