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Final Income Tax Return

What is Final Income Tax Return?

Final Income Tax Return is a procedure which taxpayers report their total income earned from January 1 to December 31, and pay or adjust their tax amount accordingly. By adjusting the excess or deficiency of their tax amount already deducted from their employment income or other income sources, individuals will pay tax or receive tax refund according to their final income. This procedure is called kakutei shinkoku, final income tax return.
If you have earned an income from January 1 to December 31 last year, and need to file the 2017 Final Income Tax Return, please file the return to the tax office in your area. The application of income tax is accepted between February 16 and March 15 at the below stated venues. The due date for the payment of 2017 income tax and special income tax for reconstruction is March 15.

Direct tax return application venues

Please visit any of the following tax return offices to submit your application or receive consultation and support. Please bring an interpreter with you if you need help with Japanese.

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 reception desk may close early if it is crowded. Depending on the number of applications, you may be asked to wait for several hours. It is recommended to arrive before 4 p.m.
The 1F of the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau will be open for consultations concerning tax issues and application submissions on February 18 and 25.
For general inquiries in English about national tax, please call the Tax Counsel Office, Tel: 03-3821-9070 weekdays; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Classification of a Taxpayer

Individuals must pay income tax and special income tax for reconstruction according to the following classifications.

  1. Resident: A person who has an address in Japan or has had residence continuously in Japan for one year or more.
  2. Non-permanent resident: A resident who is not a Japanese national and has had an address or lived in Japan for less than five years in the last ten years.
  3. Permanent resident: A resident other than a non-permanent resident.
  4. Non-resident: A person other than a resident.
Classification Income from sources in Japan Income from sources abroad
Paid in Japan Paid abroad Paid in Japan Paid abroad
Resident Non-permanent resident Taxable Taxable Taxable Amount remitted to Japan is taxable
Permanent resident Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable
Non-resident Taxable in principle Not taxable

Submission of “My Number”

From the 2016 Final Income Tax Return, individual social security number called My Number is required for taxation procedures.

  1. Your 12-digit “My Number”
  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.

If you are applying for a tax return online from the National Tax Agency Website using your My Number card, you will not need to send ID documents by postal mail.
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)

Applicants for the Medical Tax Deduction System

From the 2017 Final Income Tax Return, residents applying for the tax deduction for medical expenses are required to submit “Breakdown of medical expenses” instead of submitting receipts issued by medical institutions. The form of “Breakdown of medical expenses” can be downloaded from the National Tax Agency website at www.nta.go.jp (External Link).
By attaching the “Notice of Medical Expenses” issued from the health insurance union, filling out the above-mentioned breakdown can be abbreviated.
Even though you are not submitting medical receipts for the tax deduction, please keep receipts at home for five years, as tax authority may demand for submission or presentation afterward.
Note: In principle, instead of submitting receipts, it is necessary to attach the above-stated documents from the 2017 Final Income Tax Return.
However, until the 2019 Final Income Tax Return, submission of receipts for the medical tax deduction is accepted.
When you apply for the above-mentioned deduction, you cannot receive tax deduction for the self-medication system.


Inquiries

Shiba Tax Office

Tel: 03-3455-0551

Azabu Tax Office

Tel: 03-3403-0591

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