A 20% discount is available for chamber members.
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The R500 proudly presents Brahms' German Requiem in Tokyo. Held in Tokyo Metropolitan Theater, Ikebukuro, on October 31st from 7pm, the special performance to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation will feature internationally renowned soloists from Iceland, Austria and Japan.
A 20% discount is available for chamber members.
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Date and Time: Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 09:30 – 15:00
Venue: The Tokai University Club
Kasumigaseki Building 35th Floor
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6035
Admission: Free (Pre-registration is required)
Registration deadline: Wednesday, October 11, 2017
*There will be a lottery for participation if the number of pre-registered attendees exceeds capacity.
Languages: Japanese/English (simultaneous translation available)
Organizers: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Overview: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) will hold the “APEC Top Management Forum on Diversity Management for Women’s Empowerment” to highlight the significance of dialogue between companies and investors on diversity management.
Japan Society of Northern California event in Tokyo– California vs. Trump: Two Visions of America’s Future
Event: California vs. Trump: Two Visions of America’s Future
Speaker: Glen Fukushima, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Policy
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 17:30-19:30
Location: Pasona Corporation Headquarters, Job Hub Square,
2-6-2 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8228
Directions: http://www.pasonagroup.co.jp/english/company/map_g_e.html （English）
RSVP: Please click here
Registration deadline: September 25, 2017
Attendance Fee: Free of charge
Note: Space is limited, so please register early.
Organized by the Japan Society of Northern California
61st CWAJ Print Show
Contemporary Japanese Print Exhibition and Sale
October 25–29, 2017 at HILLSIDE FORUM in Daikanyama
Since its inception in 1956, the CWAJ Print Show has become a highly acclaimed and internationally recognized event. Entering its seventh decade, the annual juried show relocates this year to the light-filled gallery space at HILLSIDE FORUM in Daikanyama, a leafy upscale neighborhood vibrant with art galleries, stylish cafes and restaurants.
The 61st CWAJ Print Show features 209 prints, all but a few produced after 2015, by 203 renowned artists including 29 first-time CWAJ Print Show exhibitors. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of styles, themes and techniques such as woodblock, intaglio, lithography and silkscreen. Prices range from ¥5,000 to ¥300,000. Young talent is well represented in this comprehensive show along with masterpieces by doyens of the Japanese printmaking scene, including a rare new lithograph by Toko Shinoda.
Proceeds from the CWAJ Print Show will go to CWAJ Scholarship and Fukushima Relief Projects.
Dear members and friends,
After stops in Nagoya, Yokohama, Osaka, Kanazawa, Sapporo, Sendai and Kobe, the Belgian Beer Weekend 2017 will come to its final stop of the year: the Roppongi Hills Arena in Tokyo!
The "Belgian Beer Weekend" is the finest occasion to explore the Belgian beer culture, which was recently recognized by UNESCO as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Returning to Tokyo for the 8th time with 107 different Belgian beers, BBW is THE event about Belgian beer, Belgian cuisine, amazing live music and a superb atmosphere.
Concerts by ARSENAL, COELY, DVTCH NORRIS!
Roppongi Hills Arena
14 September (Thu) – 18 September (Mon)
Opening day (14/09): 14:00〜22:00
Friday till Sunday (15-16-17/09): 11:00 – 22:00
Closing day (18/09): 11:00 – 21:00
(last order 30mins before closing time)
More information on the website:
We hope to see many of you at the Belgian Beer Weekend Tokyo!
The BLCCJ office
出演アーティスト：ARSENAL, COELY, DVTCH NORRIS!
Breakfast Meeting with Mr. Bruno COLMANT: “Shaping Europe for Tomorrow. Together. When challenges become opportunities."
Shaping Europe for Tomorrow. Together. When challenges become opportunities.
The European Union is at a crossroad on its path to economic and political unification following the Brexit and the US election: the time has come to rethink the European union. In the frame of a political renewal, a new Europe must, and will, find a new political spirit that will lead to more political, budgetary and monetary cogency and strength.
Bruno Colmant will share with us his analysis and outlook for the European Union of tomorrow.
When: Friday 29 September, 8:30-10:00
Where: The Peninsula Tokyo, Sky Room 24F
How much: JPY 5,000 for BLCCJ members / JPY 6,500 for non-members (breakfast will be served)
Maximum 50 participants, first come first serve.
Other Chambers are scheduled to join, so it will also be a good networking opportunity.
More details and the application form in attachment.
We look forward to welcoming you at this event!
The BLCCJ office
日時：9月29日（金）、8：30 − 10：00
2017 Minato Citizen’s University at Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) “35 Years of Adventures and Challenges“
To commemorate its 35th anniversary in Japan, Temple University, Japan Campus will present a series of five lectures on the theme of "35 years."
In 1982, Japan was in the midst of an unprecedented economic boom, the Soviet Union was one half of bilateral in this world, and internet was just a dream.
After just 35 years we have a whole new world.
In this series, TUJ faculty will examine what the past 35 years has meant in the context of their areas or expertise.
Dates: October 25, 27, 31 and November 6, 8
Time: 19:00-20:30 (doors open at 18:30)
Venue: Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall 1F, Parliament
Cost: 2,500 yen for five lectures.
Bank transfer prior to the first session required. Non-refundable.
Capacity: 50 (first-come, first-served basis)
Register: Online www.tuj.ac.jp/kumin or by email email@example.com
(Send full name, e-mail address and phone number)
TUJ will specify bank account details by e-mail.
Application deadline is 17:00 October 21.
2017年9月16日 - 2017年9月17日
SCCIJ September Luncheon – Speakers: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Haas, Professor of Law &Dr. Stephan Netzle, Lecturer, University of Zurich
The Impact of FIFA Scandal on the Sports World
Date:Thursday, September 7, 2017
Time:12:00 to 14:00
Venue:ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Glory (MAP)
Fee:JPY 6,500 or 1 SCCIJ Luncheon Voucher 2017 (Members)
JPY 7,000 (Non-Members)
*No-shows and cancellations after deadline will be charged in full*
Registration:by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Deadline: August 31)
*Please inform us of dietary restrictions if any.*
The presentation will address the events that led to the FIFA Scandal. How have the FIFA and the various state authorities reacted? How did the FIFA Scandal influence the world of sports? The IOC and the international sports organisations are now eager to introduce education tools, reporting mechanisms and ethic codes in order to prevent unethical behaviour, to identify integrity issues at an early stage and to impose tough sanctions when such issues must be adjudicated.
Professor Ulrich Haas is professor of law at the University of Zurich. Sports law as well as arbitration law are two of his major fields of research. He also acts as a practitioner in these fields of law. He regularly acts as an arbitrator under the ICC-Rules, Swiss Rules and DIS-Rules. Furthermore, he is a frequently appointed arbitrator with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne. In addition, Professor Haas served on the Code Project team that revised the WADC 2015 and was a member of the Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC), entrusted by the UCI to investigate the doping history in professional road cycling. He was CAS-arbitrator at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver (2010) and the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro (2016).
Dr. Stephan Netzle studied law at the Universities of Zurich, Switzerland and Virginia, USA. He is practicing law since 1987. In 2008, he founded TIMES Attorneys.
Dr. Netzle is a renowned sports law expert and was a judge with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) from 1991 until 2010. He served as an arbitrator at the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008. He is advising and representing several international sports federations regarding commercial, organisational, disciplinary, doping and compliance issues. Dr. Netzle is a lecturer on international arbitration at the University of Zurich. He participated in two Olympic Games (1980 and 1984) as an athlete and became world champion in rowing 1982.
2017 WISE Summer Program aims to shape ideas into actionable project plans. We all know that challenges we face everyday are closely connected to social problems, linking to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) identified by the United Nations. The Japan Institute for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship (JSIE) will provide opportunities to shape ideas into plans through group work and to learn various types of leadership and communication skills.
We invite any ideas that help to make our society better for the next generation. Please share your ideas/activities tackling social problems in the local/global community
We are looking for:
Applicants who are interested in the themes listed above and have own ideas.
Applicants who are willing to support people with ideas.
Applicants who are able to communicate with others in English and/or Japanese (conversational level preferred).
Application is open to all ages and nationalities (with valid Visa status).
Peatix site：http://ptix.co/2t2mKFS (in Japanese & Japanese yen)
JSIE registration site: (need free-membership registration) https://www.jsie.net/login/?redirect_to=/en/2017-wise-summer-program-registration/ (in English & US$)
Ms. Akiko Murai, Ms. Mari Kogiso, Ms. Suzuka Kobayakawa, Ms. Miwa Koyasu, and Mr. Makoto Goda
Please see here for more details.
JSIE supports fostering global talent, and offers global networking opportunities for young professionals, with an emphasis on helping women and minorities realize their greatest potential. Women’s Initiative for Sustainable Empowerment (WISE) summer program is to provide opportunities to shape our life mission and work toward social challenges. For more info about JSIE, please go here: www.jsie.net/en
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