Toshio Miyatake


Adachi Henderson Miyatake & Fujita
Kojimachi HF Building, 3rd Floor
3-2-4, Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 102-0083, Japan

Tel: (81-3) 3556-1031
Fax: (81-3) 3556-1032


Toshio Miyatake is an attorney-at-law and the managing partner of Adachi, Henderson, Miyatake & Fujita in Tokyo, Japan.

Toshio Miyatake has more than 30 years of experience in international tax practice. His tax practice ranges from tax planning to handling of tax audits and tax litigation in various tax fields. He has also handled a considerable number of transfer pricing cases.

Toshio Miyatake is a graduate (LL.B.) of Kyoto University and holds an M.C. L. from the University of Washington School of Law.

Toshio Miyatake taught Japanese international taxation at the Harvard Law School as a visiting professor in 1983, and taught at the Law Faculty of Sophia University and the Chuo University Graduate Course of Accounting for a number of years. He also writes and lectures extensively. His writings include the textbook Kokusai Sozei Ho (International Tax Law) in Japanese and various tax articles in Japanese and English.

Toshio Miyatake is a member of the Second Tokyo Bar Association and the Federation of Japanese Bars. He is the former Chairman of the Japanese Branch of International Fiscal Association (IFA) and served on the Executive Committee of the IFA from 1994 through 2006. He is also a former chairman of the Tax System Committee of the Federation of Japanese Bars, the Taxation and Legislation Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan and the Tax Law Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association.

He is a member of the International Fiscal Association, the International Bar Association, the Inter-Pacific Bar Association, the Japan Tax Association, the Japanese Society for Tax Law, the Japan Tax Accounting Association and the Tax System Committee of the Federation of Japanese Bars.

“Toshio Miyatake is famed as a “godfather” of the tax practice area with “long experience in the tax market.” He is talented in handling an array of tax matters including disputes and has a proven track record in working on transfer pricing matters.”
Chambers & Partners