If you're not physically present in Japan, have no Japanese ability yourself, but know and have experience with an agent/scrivener whom you trusted to handle the purchase of real estate for you by proxy and the transaction went well.....why on earth would you not trust them to handle the insurance for you as well but instead look for input from some random stranger on an internet forum? I struggle to understand the reasoning behind that.Our scrivener is currently looking for insurers however do you have any recommendations?
You do realize that most foreigners in Japan are enormously ignorant about stuff like this and being almost universally profoundly illiterate are in no position to educate themselves sufficiently to offer an informed opinion, don't you? If I needed advice on any grown-up matter in Japan the last people I would ask is a bunch of gaijins, especially if I already had competent, reliable, and trustworthy certified professionals in my employ.It called seeking further advice, too much information is not a hinderance
You have been given some great advice. Do you think your professionally trained, certified, experienced, knowledgeable Japanese scrivener is a crook? Incompetent? Unreliable? Uninformed? Untrustworthy? Ignorant? Stupid?excellent so seeking information about Japanese insurance is not a good idea on a Japanese forum designed to assist foreigners with getting information and all gaijins on this website are "enormously ignorant and profoundly illiterate"