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Each year ACCJ committees organize more than 500 events, lectures, and seminars focused on a variety of topics.
The ACCJ has offices in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, and represents over 2,700 members.
As the premier chamber of commerce and an active participant in the dialogue shaping the business landscape in Japan, the ACCJ regularly makes headlines in Japan.
ACCJ membership ensures those doing business in and with Japan have access to the networking, information and advocacy that are crucial to successfully navigating the business environment in Japan.
The ACCJ hosts more than 500 events per year, attracting world-class speakers.
The ACCJ promotes the collective interests of its members through regular interactions with the Japanese and U.S. governments, including the annual Diet and D.C. Doorknock events.
In general, the nearly 150 members of the ACCJ-Chubu are the youngest of all the ACCJ locations. They are extremely active and energetic, as exemplified by the fact that roughly 50% are entrepreneurs. The primary industries in Nagoya business - aerospace, automotive and heavy industry - are well-represented in the membership.
The ACCJ-Chubu members are a close group, who know each other well and are always willing to help one another. While many of the events planned by the nine active Chubu chapter committees are focused on serious topics relevant to Nagoya business, the Chubu chapter also plans a lot of activities that are just plain fun.
A large percentage of the membership, roughly 65%, are non-Japanese, some of whom are long-term residents and others who stay for a shorter length of time on a company rotation. 90% of the ACCJ-Chubu members reside in Nagoya.