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NEW Regional and International Membership
The BCCJ has 2 membership categories for those based outside of the Kanto region and Japan. These are designed for British and non-British individuals and organisations looking to obtain useful information about market opportunities, connect with the Chamber community and also gain access to the full range of member benefits including access to key policymakers and dignitaries, member rates/deals and visibility across BCCJ communications channels.
UK in Japan MAPPED
Japan is home to a vibrant and thriving UK business community, as well as a variety of rich, cultural hotspots that connect the dots between the two nations. As the relationship continues to blossom in new ways, the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan (BCCJ) is delighted to welcome you to this interactive map, showcasing BCCJ members, British businesses in Japan, and other areas of cultural & historical significance.
BCCJ Tohoku Week
The BCCJ launch Tohoku Week between July 12-16, 2021, which highlighted local businesses and tourism in the three prefectures most acutely affected by the events of 2011 – Miyagi, Iwate, and Fukushima. Tohoku Week was designed to present simple ways for you to connect with and support Tohoku businesses, remotely…
- Opening (July 12 2021)
- Miyagi (July 13 2021)
- Iwate (July 14 2021)
- Fukushima (July 15 2021)
- Tohoku of Tomorrow (July 16 2021)
Travel & Tourism Think Tank
The BCCJ’s Travel and Tourism Think Tank is an interactive event series designed to embrace diverse opinions, incubate new perspectives and fresh ideas, and encourage new industry connections with participants looking to make a positive impact on the future of tourism in Japan.
Wow the World in Regional Japan
Members of the Royal Society for the encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce from across the UK and Japan joined BCCJ members and friends for the interactive session, which addressed the potential of regional Japan for businesses. Adam Fulford, CEO of Fulford Enterprises and chairman of RSA Japan Fellows’ Network, introduced how companies in urban centres can work with local people in Japan’s regions for the betterment of both parties…