2020 is going to be a very special year for Japan, and in that spirit the CCCJ is delighted to announce that we have put together an equally special Maple Leaf Gala for a classy evening of Canadian-style fun!
Race 2500 yen for adults and 1250 yen for minors under 20 years old
CCCJ is happy to annouce, together with (as of now) six other chambers of commerce in Japan, we will take part / organize a special treat for all our wintersport, snow resort and onsen loving members.
On the weekend of Jan. 25/26, 2020, we will get together with some one hundred members of other chambers to enjoy a fun day with a ski / snowboard race in the morning and a great networking and award party in the evening.
Our monthly Hackathon has been waiting for this moment, and it is finally upon us: the time to let go of the 20-teens and soar creatively into the '20's!
For this inaugural 2020 Hackathon, we'll be meeting at the CCCJ's offices in Shinbashi, and will be discussing a wider range of topics than in the last few. So come one, come all, let's get our Hack on!
The X-Treme Rugby “Support Kamaishi” shirts are available exclusively through the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Japan. These shirts were created by the Chamber’s “Team Canada” committee, with the goal of supporting the community in and around the Tohoku city of Kamaishi. The committee has made a commitment to support Kamaishi starting with Canada’s Rugby World Cup game hosted at the Kamaishi Recovery Stadium in 2019, and continuing on with a lasting legacy, and connection between Canada and Kamaishi.
We are pleased to announce our annual Joint Chamber Bonenkai, an end-of-year party tradition held in Tokyo's finest venues which draws a wide range of, on average, 300 domestic and international professionals alike!
This year, we're very excited to invite welcome you to Canada’s Embassy to Japan for one of Tokyo's most excellent Bonenkai parties, complete with live entertainment, fantastic prizes, and an enormous grand buffet!
Join the CCCJ and the Southwestern Ontario Marketing Alliance for a fun and relaxed evening of food and drinks as we get together with Mayors and Economic Development representatives from Southwestern Ontario. Hosted at member organization HyLife Pork Table in Shibuya Ward's illustrious Daikanyama district, this is sure to be a night of excellent conversation amongst esteemed colleagues!
The Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2019 is already delivering a huge impact for Japan. According to World Rugby, the RWC 2019 has been making records with the biggest ever official merchandise program. Fan engagement is also high, with 270,000 already having attended Fan Zones as of late September, and a 25.5 rating for NTV broadcast of opening match.