Christopher Dillon, author of “LANDED: The Guide to Buying Property in Japan“, on earthquake insurance in Japan

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Hi Blog.  Forwarding from Christopher Dillon, author of “LANDED: The Guide to Buying Property in Japan“, which Debito.org recommended a year ago.  Thanks very much, Christopher.  Debito

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Hi Debito,

If your readers are interested in learning about the Japanese earthquake insurance system, I’ve put the insurance chapter of my book on-line here: http://dilloncommunications.com/blog/?p=2113

I’ve also included links to related information in English and Japanese.

Stay safe, and congratulations on book In Appropriate.

Best

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Christopher Dillon
chris@dilloncommunications.com
www.dilloncommunications.com
www.landedbook.com
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One comment on “Christopher Dillon, author of “LANDED: The Guide to Buying Property in Japan“, on earthquake insurance in Japan

  • When we bought are brand new house, we were told and actually investigated thoroughly too, that the maximum you can get is 50% insurance for your house, against earthquakes. Not a lot really.

    As the article does also point out, this %’age value does vary depending upon the construction etc too.

    We have a Hebel House, so we also get discounts for Fire, since non-combustable. But these only amount to around 5%!!

    The clauses they have for wriggling out of paying you, in the event of a claim, are pretty poor to say the least. Makes a mockery of the “insurance”….just another way to scam money off you.

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