On Monday, Japan’s government made promises to kick-start its struggling economy, including new stimulus packages. The global economic crisis has thrust Japan into a recession unlike anything the Asian nation has seen in decades.

If you have a great idea, now is a prime time to expand into Japan. Current interest rates are near zero and there are plenty of incentives for businesses. Japan is even calling for deregulation of energy, healthcare and tourism.

If you are considering testing the business waters in Tokyo, or if you are currently operating a business in Tokyo and need to shed expenses in a difficult economy, or if you are just traveling to Tokyo on business and need a reputable office space at which to conduct business while you are there, Davinci Virtual has solutions that are professional and affordable.

Davinci Virtual offers virtual office space at the Cerulean Tower in Tokyo from just $175 a month. Your Tokyo virtual office space offers you this prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter, and more. You can even rent a conference room if you need to conduct a client presentation.

This virtual office location is sure to impress your international business contacts. This is the tallest skyscraper in Tokyo, an impressive location for a virtual office space. With a virtual office at the Cerulean Tower in Tokyo, you are only a five-minute walk to Shibuya Station where seven different train lines meet. And your neighbor is Google. Google’s Japan headquarters are located in the Cerulean Tower.

Because this mixed-use building offers office space, virtual offices and a luxury hotel, you can feel comfortable when you travel to Tokyo with everything you need to conduct business in one location. The glass-and-steel building offers plenty of restaurants so you can enjoy a meal nearby your virtual office space and take your prospects to dinner—all in one location.

Check out these night scenes from Davinci's Tokyo virtual offices: