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Filing Your Tax Return

The income tax system in Japan is based on self-assessment. Taxpayers must calculate and report their income and tax amount from the previous fiscal year and pay tax accordingly. This tax application is called kakutei shinkoku in Japanese. If you are required to file a tax return for 2016, please submit your application online or directly at your local tax office.

In order to apply for a tax return and process all necessary forms, you will need your unique social security/tax number, called My Number. The system, introduced in January 2016, aims to improve public convenience and government transparency by reducing the number of documents needed for administrative procedures related to social security, taxation and other services.

Filing a tax return

Required documents

  1. Your 12-digit “My Number”
    Please write your My Number and that of your spouse, other family members and/or any family employees living in Japan who are financially dependent on your income.

  2. Personal identification documents, such as your My Number ID card, My Number notification card, driver's licence or health insurance card. Present in person or attach a copy if submitting by post. There is no need to provide the IDs of dependents.

Note

In case you are applying for a tax return through the online tax return portal using your My Number card, you will not need to send ID documents via post. For more information, please visit the National Tax Agency’s My Number System website at www.nta.go.jp/mynumberinfo/index.htm (External link) (Japanese only).

Tax return application

You can apply for a tax return online via the National Tax Agency website at www.nta.go.jp (External link). Click on kakutei shinkokushoto sakusei corner. If you are applying via post, please print out and attach all necessary documents. If you wish to receive a notification for your application submission, please attach a stamped, self-addressed envelope.

Tax items

2016 tax return deadline
and payment due date

Income tax and special income tax for reconstruction

March 15

Capital transfer tax

March 15

Consumption tax and local consumption tax

March 31

Direct tax return application venues

Please visit any of the following tax return offices to submit your application or receive consultation and support.

Venue

Address

Application Period

Operating hours

Shiba Tax Office

5F, meeting room

5-8-1 Shiba

February 16 to March 15

*Open on weekdays only

Application submission:
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Consultation:
9:15 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Azabu Tax Office

Annex, meeting room

3-3-5 Nishiazabu

Note

The 1F of the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau will be open for cosultations concerning tax issues and application submissions on Feb. 19 and 26. The reception desk may close early if crowded. Depending on the number of applications, you may be asked to wait for several hours.

Applications for an Exemption for Dependents with Regard to Non-resident Relatives

Residents applying for a tax exemption for dependents (an exemption for dependents or spouses, a special exemption for spouses or an exemption for the disabled) with regard to his/her non-resident relatives, including those who live abroad, are required to submit or present “Documents concerning relatives” and “Documents concerning remittances” for the concerned relatives to their employer.

“Documents concerning relatives” refer to any of the documents listed below that proves that the non-resident family concerned are your relatives.

  1. A copy of the supplementary family register or any other document issued by the Japanese or local government as well as a copy of the non-resident relatives’ passport
  2. A document issued by a foreign government showing the name, date of birth and address or domicile of the non-resident relatives

“Documents concerning remittances” refer to the following documents that confirm payments made to non-resident relatives in the year for their living or education expenses:

  1. Documents issued by a financial institution that confirm payments made to non-resident relatives through exchange transactions or a copy of such documents.
  2. Documents issued by a credit card company that confirm the transmission of money to your non-resident relatives.

Inquiries

Shiba Tax Office,

Tel: 03-3455-0551

Azabu Tax Office,

Tel: 03-3403-0591

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