ESP is a general term for Extended Service Plan. I think Yamaha calls theirs YES just about everywhere. Well maybe not in Japan, but who knows.
I am in the US, and when I got my 2012 FJR1300 new Last September, it came with the following:
-Service and Warranty Information for YES
-2 factory keys, along with a little metal tab that has the key code. I recommend that EVERYONE make spare keys, and with they keycode you can get them cut from most motorcycle key dealers. This way you can keep the original factory keys nice and new looking, as they are not the strongest keys out there.
-tool kit under the seat
-plastic covers for the pannier mounts, color matched
-extra lock for use with the tail case
-liners for the side cases
Also, here is a list of things that you should do immediately if you get it, if the previous owner has not checked it:
-make SURE that the two security allen screws that hold the pannier locks together are screwed in all the way, and threadlocker has been used. If not, you can lose your locks! When I checked mine, one was almost falling off, and It had less than 2000 miles on it at that point.
-check the position of the handlebars. They can be moved to one of three positions for your own comfort. I am 6'2" and I like mine in the middle position (stock) but I also have kind of short arms for my height.
-check the seat position. The yamaha seat has two positions: standard and high. You change this by taking out the seat, and moving a plastic bracket that the seat attaches to.
-set the front suspension to stock, and make sure the two sides match. When I got mine from the dealer, one side was on 2.5, and one was on 3 in terms of spring preload. Sure it's not a big difference, but they should be identical for best handling.
-check the color of the brake and clutch fluid. Chances are that motorcycle still has the stock fluid in it, which by now can be the color of root beer.
2012 Yamaha FJR1300A (Gen II) "Big Blue"