Global Asia Investment Group Starts “Little Japan Project”
The chairman of Global Asia Investment Group, Charlie Taka himself announced the company’s “Little Japan” project. Little Japan is a small community of Japanese expats living abroad. It has five concepts of medical care, domestic service, education, living and entertainment and has been expanded into various countries including Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Ayutthaya in Thailand, Makati and Cebu in the Philippines.
According to reports, many Japanese hospitals and shop owners have already participated and helped with the project to promote and expand their businesses. The Little Tokyo project offers high-quality Japanese services especially in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, where in local media headed the project, thereby exposing it and gaining a high level of interest on it.
As financial crisis pulls investors and money out of Japan’s economy, Japan is reported to have 1,400 trillion yen of personal financial assets and many experts believe that The Little Japan Project may just be the key to fetch this “Japan Money.” This project is also expected to provide investors access to world markets particularly in real estate.
Global Asia Investment Group has more than 20,000 Japanese investors. The company sells more than 700 pieces of overseas properties annually and the number it sells to those living in Japan is higher than any other companies in the world.Original Article: Market WatchPhoto Credits: Blauw Oog via Flickr Creative Commons