Upcoming Events

CCCJ Monthly Mixer

  • November 10 (Thu) Registration Closed
  • 10:00 ~ 12:00
  • Oakwood Premier
  • 3,000 yen (member)

Following October’s successful Monthly Mixer at the Hard Rock Café in Roppongi, November’s date and location have been set for Thursday, November 10th at the Oakwood Premier Midtown!

The CCCJ has been able to negotiate a very generous rate with the Oakwood Premier to provide nomihodai (all you can drink) and a light buffet costing 3,000 Yen for Members and 4,000 Yen for Guests.

Mark your calendars, contact your guests and register early for what promises to be another enjoyable night with the Canada-Japan business community!

Canadian Investment Seminar in Nagoya

  • November 08 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 00:00 ~ 03:00
  • JETRO Invest Japan Business Support Centre
  • Enquire below

This event will be hosted by Southwestern Ontario Marketing Alliance (SOMA) in conjunction with the Government of Canada, Province of Ontario, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and Davis LLP.

Canadian Embassy Charity Casino Night - A Night in Monte Carlo

  • November 04 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 14:00
  • Embassy of Canada Official Ambassador's Residence
  • 6,000 yen (members and guests)

Casino Night is a fun event and proceeds go to charity. Use your winnings to bid on great prizes at a charity auction!

Come dressed up in your finest (black tie optional) and have a chance to play at the VIP tables with the Ambassador himself.

Immigration And Economic Revitalization In Japan

Immigration policies will play a central role in the revitalization and growth of Japan's economy. Please join us at the special event with the chairman of the Japan Research Institute, Mr. Kazuo Noda and the executive director of the Japan Immigration Policy Institute, Mr. Hidenori Sakanaka on harnessing Japan's immigration policies to revitalize the Japanese economy.

CCCJ Monthly Mixer

The CCCJ welcomes members and guests to join together to bid farewell to Summer and welcome in the Fall at a casual Thursday night social mixer at the Hard Rock Cafe in Roppongi. Included in the registration price is a light buffet, one drink and warm-hearted people! Subsequent drinks have been negotiated to 500 Yen each.

Is Food In Japan Really Safe?

Following the nuclear accident in Fukushima, there has been great concern throughout Japan on food safety. The issue of food safety is highly charged, and there are many conflicting sources of information,
not all of which has been correct. As consumers, we have a right to know. Is food in Japan really safe?

There will be two independent nuclear experts presented, Dr. Wade Allison of Oxford University (Author of "Radiation and Reason") and Dr. Akira Tokuhiro of the University of Idaho (Professor of Nuclear and Mechanical Engineering).

Mercedes-Benz Japan Cup 2011

  • September 29 (Thu) to September 30 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • See Official Cup Website
  • Atsugi Kokusai Country Club
  • See details from link below

Mercedes-Benz Japan Cup 2011
the 9th North America - Europe Golf Challenge in Japan
The organizing task-force has been working closely with the club to reduce costs, so some portion of the participation fee and sponsorship will be donated to charity along with the presently established charity fundraising activity. 

Business Support Seminar for Foreign Companies in Japan

  • September 26 (Mon) Registration Closed
  • 05:00 ~ 07:30
  • MIPRO Conference Room
  • 1,000 yen

Theme: “Business Support Seminar for Foreign Companies in Japan”
Speaker: Mr. Shuji Takahashi, MIPRO Investment Adviser, Administrative Scrivener and a CCCJ Member, Ms. Hiroko Sakashita, Partner, Certified Public Tax Accountant Co.

Language: Japanese (material in both English & Japanese)

Children's Charity Hockey Tournament in Yokohama

Tokyo Canadians Hockey Club together with Smile & Dream presents Children's Charity Hockey Tournament in Yokohama supported by CCCJ

A Junior Hockey team's Home Ice in Ishinomaki was  Severely damaged by the devastating Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami.