A major international business and postal services chain has finally landed a franchise in Japan, opening its first shop in the Toranomon district of Tokyo’s Minato Ward.

PostNet International Franchise Corp., which is based in Las Vegas and has more than 520 stores in 23 countries, signed a master franchise agreement with Yoshida & Company in February. The Nagano-based company established a subsidiary in July named Business Service Stations, with capital of 30 million yen. The unit will operate a franchise in Japan.

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