The office will help the company attract Japanese investors as well as sell Japanese properties to Vietnamese.
The Australian company has done due diligence on large-scale renewable energy projects in Vietnam.
Construction of the mixed-use development has been stalled for years.
Vietnam's largest securities company has secured a $55-million loan from six foreign banks.
The south central province of Ninh Thuan is still looking for capable investors to develop the mammoth power complex.
After more than a decade of operation in Vietnam, the Taiwanese electronics giant is considering Quang Ninh province as the next investment destination.
The bank is focusing on technology transfer projects and encouraging Japanese small and medium-sized enterprises to set footholds and expand in Vietnam.
Local multi-business group T&T and its American partner Gen X Energy have tabled an ambitious plan to develop the energy project in Ba Ria - Vung Tau province.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has recently approved a plan to revive an industrial park project in Hai Duong province, which had been abandoned by Taiwanese investors for nearly a decade.
Nearly 70 per cent of Japanese companies want to expand their business in Vietnam.
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