Events - July, 2018

2018 Summer Young Professionals Networking Party

July 31 (Tue)
Register by
July 24 (Tue)
19:00 - 21:00
5000 yen for members, 7000 yen for non-members

We would like to invite our CCCJ memebers to Summer Young Professional networking party 2018 on July 31, with foreign Chamber of commerce.  

The luxurious VILLA TOKYO in Roppongi will welcome yours for a unique evening of networking in a fun and relax atmosphere. Enjoy free-flow drinks and a buffet in this beautiful international club equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system. It will be a great opportunity to strengthen relationships, meet new faces, and have fun in a unique location with music selected by a DJ. 


CCCJ Hackathon- July 30 2018

July 30 (Mon)
Register by
July 30 (Mon)
18:30 - 20:00

Come join our monthly Hackathon!
Why is it called a “Hackathon”?
Well, we just borrowed a bit of inspiration from the computer programmer events of the same name where people with a common interest (company, club, project) get together for a few days, roll up their sleeves, and see what they can accomplish in a very short time. They are also a great chance for people who don’t meet day to day to network, share their thoughts, and have some fun together.

Joint Chamber Beer Garden 2018

July 20 (Fri)
Registration Closed
18:30 - 21:30
CCCJ Members 5,500 JPY, Non Members 7,500 JPY

Summer is almost here and it's tIme for beer garden!

CCCJ is happy to host our first joint beer garden with our colleagues from ACCJ, GrCCJ, SCCIJ, NCCJ on July 20 2018 at Panino Giusto, newly opened ''Panini restaurant'' in Kojimachi.

Panino Giusto offers delicious panini as well as wide variety of delicious Italian food.


The “I” in D&I: Why it matters and how to build it

July 17 (Tue)
Registration Closed
12:00 - 14:00
¥2000 for members ¥ 3000 for non members

We are continuing our series of Global Diversity Management workshop on July 17th.

We are thrilled to welcome Annamarie Sasagawa, Director, Corporate Culture and Literature (Global), Kao Corporation.

The “I” in D&I: Why it matters and how to build it