Mazars, a different player in auditing, tax, accounting and advisory services in Japan

Mazars in Japan is a global accounting firm which offers audit, tax, outsourcing and advisory services. More than 250 highly skilled professionals assist clients of all sizes from individuals, start-ups, NPOs, global corporates and Japanese companies listed in Tokyo or on foreign stock exchange.

Mazars in Japan

Mazars is able to service its large international clients with assurance and dedicated tax services. On the other hand, Mazars is an important provider of one stop outsourcing services, helping companies establish their businesses at the beginning and then helping them improve their performance over a longer time span.


Our professional services to our clients including:  :  Audit & assurance, Tax, Financial advisory Services, Consulting, and Outsourcing (Accounting, Payroll, Corporate Secretarial).

In Japan, the following six entities provide audit, financial advisory, tax, and outsourcing services.

Legal entities of Mazars in Japan

  • Mazars Japan K.K.
  • Mazars Audit LLC
  • Mazars Tax Corporation
  • Mazars FAS Corporation
  • Mazars Social Insurance and Labour Law Corporation
  • Mazars Administrative Scrivener Corporation
Mazars in Japan marks its 30th year

Mazars in Japan marks its 30th year

In 1992, Mazars in Japan started from a small office in Ebisu with only three members. Today, we have grown into a firm of more than 200 talented professionals, and this growth has only been possible thanks to your trust and support, and the efforts by those who have worked with us at Mazars.We would like to express our deepest gratitude to everyone who has been involved with us in various ways.

As we take the next step toward to further our growth, we have taken initiative to commemorate this important milestone of 30 years.

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Our services are delivered through 6 Mazars legal entities in Japan, depending on the scope of work and the required regulatory framework. All 6 entities in Japan work on a "shared resources" and integrated basis.

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