Subsidies for Tokyo Women Who Cryopreserve Eggs

Starting in October 2023, Tokyo women aged 18 to 39 can get subsidies of up to ¥300,000 to cryopreserve their eggs for future pregnancies. They must attend information sessions and participate in follow-up government surveys. Initially, they can get ¥200,000 for cryopreserving, with an additional ¥20,000 yearly for up to five years, by updating the government on the eggs' status. This data will help shape future policies. Tokyo will support companies offering Cryopreservation Leave. Moreover, the government will subsidize fertility treatments—like artificial insemination using frozen eggs—up to ¥250,000 per session for six sessions for married or de facto married women under 43. Read the full article
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