The Reason I Apply the Retirement Visa and Desert Japan 20120718
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  • 1. The Reason I Apply the Retirement Visa and Desert Japan Yuji KONDO
  • 2. Population Pyramid of Japan in 2012 Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 3. Population Pyramid of Japan in 2022 Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 4. Population Pyramid of Japan in 2032 Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 5. Population Pyramid of Japan in 2042 Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 6. Population Pyramid of Japan in 2050 Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 7. Tax Increase Calendar Source : Hideto Tanabes post on facebook
  • 8. What I Found From Slides Were● Worsen Population Onus● Our generation withstands an social system now but becomes a burden for the young when we retire● Our generation may share a position, a role, a salary in a company in near future No future in Japan. Then I retire from Japan just now.
  • 9. Retirement Visa Requirement in Asia Country Period of Validity Age LimitPhilippines No limit 35 years old and aboveThailand 1 year 50 years old and aboveMalaysia 10 years No limitIndonesia 1 year 55 years old and aboveTaiwan 180 days 55 years old and above Source : http://longstay.cebupot.com
  • 10. Population Onus and DividendsCountries face to Japan from 1980Population Onus South Korea and Taiwan from 2016 China and HongKong from 2017 Singapore from 2018 Thailand from 2022 Vietnam in near futureCountries keep Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia,Continuous and IndiaPopulation Dividends Source : http://jbpress.ismedia.jp/articles/-/34779
  • 11. Conclusion● No future in Japan● High risks to live in the single country, to work in the single company, and to repeat a routine work● Move if you stop in the same place● Take a risk while you are young Live Independently!
  • 12. Thank you!
  • 13. Extra Information
  • 14. Population Pyramid of Japan and Philippine in 2012 They are all the same range. Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 15. Population Pyramid of Japan and Philippine in 2022 They are all the same range. Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 16. Population Pyramid of Japan and Philippine in 2032 They are all the same range. Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 17. Population Pyramid of Japan and Philippine in 2042 They are all the same range. Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 18. Population Pyramid of Japan and Philippine in 2050 They are all the same range. Source : http://www.census.gov/
  • 19. Why Philippines?● Easy to get the Retirement Visa● English as the one of the official language● Continuous Population Dividends● Friendly, open, fair, talkative, broad-minded, and lazy folks :-)
  • 20. Why Cebu?● Many friends of Filipinos● Friendly to Japanese (not to Korean and Chinese)● Safer villages and enormous shopping mall● One of the best diving spot in the world
  • 21. Philippines and Cebu Cebu City where I live Bohol, Manila, famous forthe Capital City “Chocolate Hills” of Philippines Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippines