What's the best way to move to Japan if you have no work or skills but a ton of crypto.

What's the best way to move to Japan if you have no work or skills but a ton of crypto. How are the police if I just don't leave and live in airbnbs for my life. People do it all the time here in LA how strict are they against white males with money.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Biggest challenge for all long-term stays in all countries is just getting the visa approved. I'm no expert on Japan specifically (it'd be worth contacting the consulate in LA if you're serious about this, you'll need to anyways when you apply for visas) but from an initial look at long-term stays with no work or spouse, minimum requirement is having 30 million Yen in cash (about $200k USD). You'll need to reapply every year for 6 years and have that amount of money still, afterwards you can apply for permanent residency. Literally just google this shit and you'll find info.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      How the frick do the Kebab people live there then.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not sure what articles/videos/etc you've read, but keep in mind that Japan is still 97% ethnically Japanese, and the vast majority of the remaining 3% are Chinese, Korean, Filipino, and other east Asians, so kebabs and all other foreigners are truly are a minority among minorities.
        That said, work visas and family visas are significantly easier to obtain, especially if they're young. Most kebabs work and/or have family there.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >le race obsessed crypto grift failure wants to move to Japan just like in his animes
        Frick off, we don’t want you here

        >How are the police if I just don't leave and live in airbnbs for my life.

        Nobody cares what some literal 外人 does; you'll be fine. At worst you'll get charged a fine when you eventually do leave the country, but it will be in the 10-20 USD range at worst due to the current exchange rate. They might also tell you to be more careful next time, said with a wink.

        As for crypto, perfectly fine. Most places in Japan accept crypto as payment nowadays, including grocery stores, restaurants, and hotels. Some places might not even take cash at all.

        Also don’t listen to this tard, Japan is still a cash based society, barely anyone here even knows what crypto is. At most people can pay with payment apps like Applepay but even that’s rare. Consequence of having a culture based on total rejection of new ideas and concepts I guess.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Japan is still a cash based society,
          Everything is nfc you larping homosexual dork. Only clueless dipshit tourist (you) use cash.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        They asked on reddit instead of here.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thank you, anon. Good stuff.

      >You'll need to reapply every year for 6 years and have that amount of money still, afterwards you can apply for permanent residency.

      Not OP but wow, no way, I did not know this. Does it matter if I have most of the money tied up into Certificate of Deposits between two different bank accounts? Or does it need to be piled in to one lump sum in one savings/checking bank account?

      Maybe I am missing something, but that visa is 6 months, up to 1 year for with an extension. Not to mention it looks like you still need the Certificate of Eligibility which requires a proxy/sponsor in Japan. So you can't "buy" your way into Japan in that respect. There is the start up visa...

      Best advice I can give is if you have enough money to goof around but not enough to start a business, go to language school in Japan. You can stay for plenty of time, learn the language, maybe find a Japanese girl to bang and/or marry (though having a plan helps with the latter), and really get a sense of what living there long term means. You might make connections and find a job too.

      The visa for reference:
      https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page22e_000738.html

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >requires a proxy/sponsor in Japan

        Nowhere on the website does it state a Certificate of Eligibility needs a sponsor/proxy to be obtained, though it gives you the option of a proxy filling on your behalf if you choose (most likely for the optional use of a visa agency if you want). The word "sponsor" doesn't even fricking appear anywhere on the website you posted. Also you're not "buying" your way into Japan, you're just showing the immigration officials your bank account statements.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/visa-coe.html

          > The application for a Certificate of Eligibility is made by your sponsor in Japan at the nearest regional immigration authority to his/her place of residence. Employers or schools as well as relatives could become your sponsors,

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >https://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/visa-coe.html

            Well, there's no work attached to the long-term $200k visa, you're not allowed to work in Japan on that visa, it just an extended stay tourist visa, so any sponsorship by employment is automatically ruled out. Most likely a sponsorship by a visa agency or immigration attorney for this visa would suffice for this. All it says is that the whole point of the COE is to just save time on the application process. I'm sure there are plenty of legit services you can pay to "sponsor" you for a document that is designed for nothing more than to just save immigration officials time.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >i have a ton of crypto
    Until its been changed to a dollar or yen, they won't give a shit. If its not liquid, its not useful. Cryptoautists need to get it in their heads that most people do not give a frick about crypto or its value, especially with how unstable its pricing is. You could have a million in crypto but until its liquid, no one but other cryptoautists will care.

    The reality is that you will be able to get a long visa if you apply for it and meet certain requirements, One thing to see is if you can renew visas by flying out to a neighboring country, something like flying to Korea and reapplying for a Japan visa while you're in Korea for a week. Not all countries allow this so check what the requirements are for Japan. As for no work experience, why not just apply to do english teaching gigs? Its an easy, renewable visa which leaves most of your crypto intact (only need to pull out enough for renting, moving expenses, basic furniture...). You'd have to work but really, how bad is a teaching job in Japan actually? The kids there actually have a modicum of self control and respect for the teacher and makes it easy to integrate into a friend group of both foreigners and locals.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >You'll need to reapply every year for 6 years and have that amount of money still, afterwards you can apply for permanent residency.

    Not OP but wow, no way, I did not know this. Does it matter if I have most of the money tied up into Certificate of Deposits between two different bank accounts? Or does it need to be piled in to one lump sum in one savings/checking bank account?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I don't think those kinds of specifics matter, as long as you have it in liquid cash that you can immediately draw from, and not volatile investments. Ultimately they just want to ensure that you won't become homeless and become a burden for them. It's the same for virtually every country where you intend to live without ever working (e.g. contributing to taxes and social/medical/retirement programs).
      From a categorization perspective, these kinds of long term visas are treated differently from work visas because every country wants to monitor what kind of labor is coming in from abroad, and by how much (laborers are less valuable than electricians and both are less valuable than doctors, most countries have point systems to grade the value of different fields). To that end, work visas are usually more competitive and less freely-available because they're taken up by the higher-end careers. Spousal visas are education visas are slightly easier, but have their own obvious hangups. While Japan doesn't have "golden visas", there are countries where you can effectively buy permanent residency through investments into the country (businesses or property).

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thank you, anon. Good stuff.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go frick yourself you dork homosexual. You’re not making this thread to ask about Japan, you’re just using this as a cover to gloat about crypto. Fricking have a nice day you dork homosexual. You already know the answers or could easily google them. Die in a fire you homosexual

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lmao nocoiner scum. Go cry about it on /r/buttcoin with other losers with no gainz.

    • 2 months ago
      Dylan

      Stay mad poorgay

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >”stay mad poorgay!”
        >*continues to be an irrelevant dork homosexual loser rotting in front of his computer*
        >*continues to have no social skills, an unsatisfying youth he’ll never get back*
        >*continues to be a dork homosexual unfit to enjoy life*
        >highlight of the “made-it” life is gloating his homosexual gullet on SighSee

        So this is the power of making it in Cypto

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          NTA but are you really this mad that someone took control of his life and stopped sucking democrats wellfare teat for five seconds?

          To answer you question OP the single best way to win at living in Japan is to work for the military as a GS or contractor under SOFA. Which imo is basically winning at life and my current situation here. I work in Yokohama and occasionally take the train to Yokosuka or fly to Okinawa if needed.
          The exchange at Yokosuka basically is "America" for intents and purposes as far as getting american goods.
          The issue is 90% of these jobsthst pay require a security clearance usually TS-SCI. Judging by your anti-gov stance I doubt this is something you would care for.

          I invest in crypto and currency trading. Taking a black and white view to any investment is a bad idea.
          I see crypto as a volatile yet vaild means of hedging wealth

          >Taking a black and white view to any investment is a bad idea.
          This is about so much more than just an investment. Crypto allow us to do things never possible before; it is imperative that it should be adopted en masse ASAP.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Can you help a low IQ tardfren out and advise me how to get into crypto?

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >How are the police if I just don't leave and live in airbnbs for my life.

    Nobody cares what some literal 外人 does; you'll be fine. At worst you'll get charged a fine when you eventually do leave the country, but it will be in the 10-20 USD range at worst due to the current exchange rate. They might also tell you to be more careful next time, said with a wink.

    As for crypto, perfectly fine. Most places in Japan accept crypto as payment nowadays, including grocery stores, restaurants, and hotels. Some places might not even take cash at all.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you can find a way to make your crypto, tangible currency, as long as you lay low and never have any run ins with police, theoretically you could live there forever or until you have a nice day.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to a mental coach that helps you to become an adult able to do adult tasks without having to ask others online about basic shit.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Once again, this is the same fricking loser dork homosexual that made some piddly gains in crypto and invents “covers” to gloat about his crypto.
      >how do I become celibate (I also have a lot of crypto)
      >what’s the best way to move to Japan without skills (I also have a lot of crypto)

      Its just a dork homosexual rotting loser that has a new pathetic dopamine escape valve because the novelty of crypto gains as an isolated fricking loser (LOL) has already worn off so he needs to get attention in the most sniveling way now. The conditions of his life before the supposed apex are still the same. Still a fricking loser dork invisible nobody, albeit maybe with some PIDDLY digital cuckbucks

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you had real money you'd consult a lawyer who is an expert on Japanese immigration laws

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      NTA but crypto is real. Maybe even more so than fiat. Stop being a suck-up to the government controlling your life.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        To answer you question OP the single best way to win at living in Japan is to work for the military as a GS or contractor under SOFA. Which imo is basically winning at life and my current situation here. I work in Yokohama and occasionally take the train to Yokosuka or fly to Okinawa if needed.
        The exchange at Yokosuka basically is "America" for intents and purposes as far as getting american goods.
        The issue is 90% of these jobsthst pay require a security clearance usually TS-SCI. Judging by your anti-gov stance I doubt this is something you would care for.

        I invest in crypto and currency trading. Taking a black and white view to any investment is a bad idea.
        I see crypto as a volatile yet vaild means of hedging wealth

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The "rich person visa" the one people are talking about in previous replies is made in such a way that stops you from being able to live long enough in japan to apply for PR no matter what. if you truly have a lot of money go talk to a lawyer and ask them what can you do but Japan doesn't have a "oh look how much money this guy has let's make him a resident" type of visa.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Source: My Ass

      Sounds like a bunch of butthurt FUD, cry harder.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would just cash in that crypto to enroll as a student in-country, first as a language student and then as a university student. If I recall, there are American universities in Japan like Temple that are easy to get into and for which 4+ year visas are pretty much automatic, and since they’re American you don’t even have to know Japanese.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just get a job that lets you work there and will sponsor your visa. Get the HSP visa because you can get permanent residency in 1 year w/80 points (I did this)
    >24
    >300k/yr job at company (actually does crypto and blockchain stuff kek)
    >pass N1
    > use company's EOR for Visa sponsorship
    If you actually have tons of crypto (8/9) shouldn't take you more than a year, I'm 7 figs and did it in 2 and a half but I'm moronic
    >

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    japan is a poor country that hates rich people, no go for you, anon.

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