The Belle II Experiment is in its final phase of construction and
the SuperKEKB accelerator has successfully completed the first
phase of commissioning. With an expected integrated luminosity of
50 ab-1 to be collected by the year 2025, the Belle II dataset will
allow us to probe New Physics scales that are well beyond the reach
of direct production at the LHC and will complement the searches
through indirect effects that are currently ongoing or planned.
An overview of the golden channels, of their physics motivations, and
of the expected sensitivity of the Belle II Experiment will be
given, with particular emphasis on the dataset that will be
available in first two years of data taking.