The Japan Society is a national organization of corporations, professional firms, organizations, societies, associations, academic institutions, government departments and individuals which is focused on:
Enabling Canadian and Japanese business executives, professionals, academic leaders and government representatives to meet on a regular basis to discuss matters of mutual and collective interest;
Furthering strong and viable economic relations between Canada and Japan;
Enabling Members to acquire greater cultural understanding and the ability to establish long-lasting relationships; and
Supporting business, educational and cultural exchanges.
The members of the Society believe that as Canada and Japan become more interdependent and their relationship becomes more complex, The Japan Society will assume an increasingly important role in achieving an enhanced level of relationship building and mutual understanding.
To learn about the origins and objectives of the Society, please click here
Lecture on Multi-Ethnic Japan at Munk School of Global Affairs, Toronto, October 7, 2016
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Abenomics: Has it Worked? Will it Fail? by Professor Sebastien Lechevalier on October 6th, 2016
23rd Ambassador's Cup
on August 18, 2016
LOW GROSS CHAMPIONS: Sam Fujii and Mike Koyanagi
We would like to conguratulate these two golfers on their achivement!
LOW GROSS RUNNER-UP: Matthew Bisani
LOW NET AND WINNER OF AMBASSDOR'S CUP: Gary Hatanaka
LOW NET TEAM: Nao Seko
A full event report and pictures are coming soon!
Announcement of the New Executive Director: Asami Okusawa
Presentation by Professor Kiyohiko Nishimura on June 22, 2016
For information on some of our highlight meetings
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