Upcoming Events

Welcome Back Spring Party

  • April 10 (Tue) to May 10 (Thu) Registration Closed
  • 10:00 ~ 12:00
  • The Wexford Tavern
  • 5,500 yen

For those who cannot attend the golf tournament please join us for a casual party to welcome back Former Consul Allan Edwards to be held on the same day.

The End of Business as We Know it

  • April 10 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 04:30 ~ 09:30
  • Hotel Okura Akebono Room
  • 8,000 yen (members)

You are invited to a special Joint Chamber event designed to help us all make the shift to a sustainable world.

When it comes to creating a sustainable economy, failure cannot be an option - not least for future generations. But how to build a consensus, whilst ensuring that all players, including our businesses, thrive in this new, more sustainable world?

The Edwards Spring Cup Golf Tournament and Reception

  • April 10 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 00:45 ~ 10:00
  • Mukonodai Golf Course
  • 16,800 yen ( KCBA/OCCI/CCCJ/TJCS Members)

Enjoy the beautiful cherry blossom trees while playing 18 holes of your best golf. But don't get distracted there are still prizes at stake.

After 9 holes you can relax in the dinning area and eat lunch before setting out on the back 9. And after 18 there will be a barbecue reception where you will be able to enjoy a wonderful view of the golf course.

During the Barbecue reception there will be awards for the good, the bad and maybe the average. There will be many prizes and sponsors for this event.

Laughing Stock Vineyard’s Winemaker Dinner

  • April 06 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • 10:00 ~ 13:00
  • Roppongi Hills Club - The French Cellar
  • 15,000 yen (members and guests)

Laughing Stock Vineyards is a small-production winery making ultra-premium wines in the much heralded Naramata Bench region of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley. Co-owners Cynthia (vineyard manager) and David Enns (winemaker) will personally introduce their 2009 ‘Portfolio’ and 2009 ‘Blind Trust’ Bordeaux blend wines, while also discussing their philosophy and practices at Laughing Stock, and the unique characteristics of the Naramata Bench.

Revitalizing Tohoku: Reigniting Volunteering Efforts For Reconstruction

One year has passed since the earthquake and tsunami devastated the Tohoku area. Relief efforts quickly started and peaked during the Golden Week holiday. Since then, volunteerism has fallen steadily while much difficult recovery remains to be done. If you have already volunteered in Tohoku, would you do it again? If you haven't gone up yet, how should you get involved? Is there anything you can do from Tokyo?

The Post 3.11 Mental Health Tsunami: A Panel Discussion

The March 11th disaster made us realize that no one can be prepared for a large scale disaster single-handedly. In order to provide effective disaster relief for the English-speaking population, we need to ensure collaboration among stakeholders in the international community, English-speaking specialists and Japanese professionals. Experienced experts in this area and will discuss:

March Monthly Mixer - Networking Reception and Volunteer Appreciation

The CCCJ will be hosting its March Monthly Mixer at Roppongi Hills Club on the 51st Floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. Coming off the largest event in CCCJ history, with its success being largely attributable to sponsor and volunteer efforts, the theme to this month's mixer is to express our recognition and appreciation to active sponsors and volunteers of the CCCJ.

How Japanese companies meet the requirements of a challenging global economy - Yasuo Hayashi, Special Advisor to JETRO

Beginning with Greece, the European sovereign dept crisis, as one of the problems of the European recession, led to a feeling of opaqueness in the global economy that cannot be ignored. Meanwhile, emerging nations, who play a leading part in Asia, though still concerned about factors like inflation, aim to establish themselves as the centre of world growth.

Innovations in Professional Development Programs

  • March 07 (Wed) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 11:00
  • TMI Associates, 23rd Floor
  • 5,000 (member) | 6,000 (guest) yen

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ) will host a Joint Chambers of Commerce Innovative MBA and Professional Development  Programs Seminar and Reception on March 7 at Roppongi Hills. This event is aimed at Country Managers, Heads of HR and Professional Development program candidates.

Following the Seminar and Q&A period, the CCCJ has arranged for a partially-sponsored post-seminar networking reception at Roppongi Hills Club for participants.

2012 APCAC U.S.- Asia Business Summit

You will want to take advantage of this major opportunity to hear from and network with key players from America, Japan and the Asia-Pacific region. The summit will draw some 300 delegates from over 20 countries, including senior representatives of American, Japanese and regional business and government, to the Prince Park Tower Hotel on March 1-2. This must-attend summit will showcase two days of programs exploring critical issues affecting American business in the region.

Joint Chamber Networking Evening with Swiss and Belgian-Luxembourg Chambers

  • February 28 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 12:30
  • Oakwood Premier
  • 1,000 yen

Instead of hosting our traditional monthly mixer, this month we’ll join forces with our friends at the SCCIJ (Swiss Chamber) and the BLCCJ (Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber) for a Joint Chamber Networking Evening on Tuesday, February 28 at Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown.

Come prepared with your business cards: meet new contacts and catch up with friends and business partners! The evening will feature drinks, light snacks and casual networking. There will be a cash bar with wines, (Belgian) beer and soft drinks, all very reasonably priced at 500 Yen!