Shanghai

38F PARK PLACE, 1601 Nanjing West Road, Jingan District, Shanghai 200040
People's Republic of China

Tel:+86-21-6171-3748
Fax:+86-21-6171-3749

Contact

38F PARK PLACE, 1601 Nanjing West Road, Jingan District, Shanghai 200040
People's Republic of China

Tel:+86-21-6171-3748
Fax:+86-21-6171-3749

Contact

The Nishimura & Asahi Shanghai Representative Office is staffed by two of N&A's Japanese lawyers, Toshihiro Maeda (partner), who specializes in finance (including Chinese business), and Takashi Nomura (counsel), who specializes in Chinese IP and M&A in China.

The opening of our Shanghai Representative Office followed the opening of our Beijing Representative Office in April 2010. Through our teams in Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing, the firm is able to provide premium legal services across a wide range of practice areas for our clients.

In order to enhance the legal support we provide Japanese companies doing business across Asia, we have also opened offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Singapore, Yangon, Bangkok, Jakarta and an affiliate office in Hong Kong. 

The combination of our overseas and domestic offices (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka) enables us to satisfy the needs of clients for efficient, high-quality legal services wherever they do business.

By Subway Line 2
Directly connected to Jingan Temple Station
By Subway Line 7
Directly connected to Jingan Temple Station

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China Practice Team

In recent years, with the focus of the global economy shifting to the east and with China at its center, we have seen the needs of clients in the region drastically increase. In view of this trend, in addition to our long-standing international practice, we are rapidly strengthening our presence in the Asia-Pacific region and in particular, China. Currently the China Practice has over twenty Chinese lawyers, Japanese lawyers and paralegals, proficient in Chinese, Japanese and English. With coverage in both mainland China and Hong Kong, the team cross-collaborates with other practices within the firm to provide a seamless and high quality service for Chinese and Japanese businesses.

Nishimura & Asahi was granted licenses by the Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China to open the Beijing and Shanghai representative offices in April 2010 and February 2014 respectively, which are staffed by two Japanese lawyers at each location. In addition, we have formed close ties with some of China’s leading law firms to provide a first-class service across a wide-range of practice areas.