When it comes to moving large volumes or covering long distances, in Japan it is recommended to leave it up to the expertise of professional movers who will take charge of the removal process.
You may have to obtain visas, work permits, vaccination, or cancel services which require a notice period. Make a list of all you need to do. Being well-organized will help the move go more smoothly.
Choose which goods you would like to bring along to Japan and which ones you prefer to leave behind either with a friend or in a storage unit. Seek advice: it might cost less to buy goods in Japan instead of bringing over your belongings.
Finding a good moving company is essential to any expatriation project. Independent regulatory bodies like FIDI will help you find reliable moving companies. Internal quality processes, specialized packing materials and a large network will guarantee high standard of quality and service.
Since zero risk does not exist, material damage insurance is highly recommended.