Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba

Primary Interlaw Contact:

Shigeaki Momo-o


Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba was founded in April 1989 by its three name partners and their associates. With experience in the areas of international and domestic business transactions and dispute resolution, the firms goal has always been to effectively accommodate the needs of clients while providing superior and reliable legal advice.

Main practice areas:

Administrative Law
Arbitration & Dispute Resolution
Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Reorganization
Business, Commercial & Corporate Law
Competition Law
Corporate Governance
Cross-Border Transactions
Distribution Law
Employment and Labor
Financing Transactions
Land Use and Real Property
Mergers and Acquisitions
Trusts and Estates
White Collar Criminal Defense

Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba prides itself on the ability to meet the complicated demands of corporate clients in an ever-changing world economy. The firms expertise spans various areas of law, including commercial transactions, corporate, M&A, bankruptcy, antitrust, intellectual property, labor and employment and general litigation/arbitration. Many of the firms lawyers have obtained advanced legal degrees abroad and worked at foreign law firms. Many are internationally recognized experts in their fields of practice. It is this depth of experience that enables the firm to provide timely and hands-on counsel to domestic and international corporations on a wide range of cross-border matters.

While the trend for law firms in Japan has been to increase attorney-count, the team of lawyers at Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba firmly believes that by maintaining and enhancing their clients’ trust, their firm can and will keep growing organically as a mid-sized law firm practicing efficiently and effectively in many different practice areas.

Office Location

Kojimachi Diamond Building 6F
4-1 Kojimachi
Tokyo 102-0083

Tel: (81-3) 3288-2080

Interlaw Contacts

Shigeaki Momo-o
(81-3) 3288-2080

Makoto Matsuo
(81-3) 3288-2080

Shuichi Namba
(81-3) 3288-2080

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