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JCCI Establishes Fund for 2018 Japan Natural Disasters

The Japanese Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Nippon Club, has decided to establish the 2018 Japan Disaster Relief Fund through the J.C.C. Fund to aid the victims of the 2018 Western Japan Floods, typhoon, and Hokkaido earthquake through the end of October 2018. Your donation will be 100% tax-deductible.

Make a contribution here.

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Immigration Law Seminar: New Developments Impacting Business Practice

Thursday, October 4, 2018, 2:00-4:00pm/5F Sakura Room, Nippon Club Tower

$30 Member/$50 Non-Member

With the U.S. economy hovering near full employment, and skills shortages in key fields, employers must rely partly on foreign national talent for success. Under the Trump Administration, employers have struggled to forecast access to talent from abroad. Broad changes are taking place to business immigration practice, and immigration policy overall at many levels, from Executive Orders and regulations to less formal but far reaching policy shifts in the immigration agencies. Join Fragomen partners Mr. Shintaro Araki and Mr. Bo Cooper for an insightful evening as they will address these issues and answer your questions.

Register Here

For any additional questions, please contact JCCI at info@jcciny.org/212-246-8001

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2018-19 Membership Directory Now Available

AVAILABLE NOW!
2018-19 Membership Directory 
会員企業名簿 2018-19

The Directory is an invaluable resource for information on Japanese and American member companies operating in the NY tri-state area. 

Included are:
* MEMBERSHIP PROFILES & DATA / 会員企業プロファイル
* ANNUAL MEMBER SURVEY / サーベイ結果
* INFORMATION SOURCES (US&Japan)/ 組織及び情報源(米国&日本)
* MAJOR JCCI ACTIVITIES / 組織概要及び活動内容

A complimentary copy of the directory has been sent to our member companies.

You may purchase additional copies here


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Nomura Research Institute Senior Consultant Mr. Shinichi Matsuda Special Luncheon

Friday, October 19, 2018, 10:00am-1:00pm/5F Sakura Room, Nippon Club Tower

$30 Members/$50 Non-Member

"The key to the rise and fall of companies is in management!"Mr. Shinichi Matsuda, author of "Law of Succession to Management" (経営継承の法則), and the Nomura Research Institute have devoted themselves to the essence of corporate management based on abundant data and precise analysis for the long-term development of management organization. This event caters not only to the current management team, but also to the next, potential managers in your company.

**This event will be facilitated in JAPANESE only**

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The 26th Annual JCCI San-Betsu Charity Golf Tournament

Tuesday, September 25, 2018, New York Country Club. 9:00am-5:30pm

Play: $400 per person/Tee Marker Sponsor: $700/Donate A Raffle Prize/Become A Benefactor

It's time once again for friends and business partners to join together for a relaxing day of golf and networking. Sponsored by JCCI in cooperation with the Nippon Club, this fundraising event is planned as an all-day golf tournament. Teams will be formed by industry, providing a unique opportunity to expand your network of friends among colleagues in your respective areas of business.

More importantly, proceeds this year will benefit the victims from the 2018 Western Japan flood. The event will also feature a delicious dinner, trophy presentations, and great raffle prizes including a brand new Toyota car and round-trip business class tickets to Japan.

Register Here

or contact info@jcciny.org/212-246-8001


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At the 15th Annual Dinner Cruise, JCCI Raises $5,000 Toward JEI (Japanese Educational Institute of New York)


JULY 17, 2018, WORLD YACHT MARINA PIER 81--With generous support from members, JCCI was able to raise $5,000 toward JEI (The Japanese Educational Institute of New York) at the 15th Annual Music and Dinner Cruise. What's more, all raffle purchases will go toward the 2018 July Western Japan Disaster Relief Fund. JCCI thanks you for your continuing cooperation and support. For photographs, please click here.


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Amidst the Rain, U.S. Educators Back in Town


Despite the flooding and rain that kept looming over the region, causing them to endure a 14-hour bus ride, the 29th U.S. Educator's have experienced a once in a lifetime, immersive two-weeks in Japan, visiting three public schools, and meeting with officials from the Japan Overseas Educational Services. They've toured Tokyo, Hiroshima, Kyoto, and had a home stay experience near Kyoto. What's more, they have also visited museums, shrines, temples, and memorials to experience the uniqueness of Japanese culture. Please click here to see some photos from the trip.

Special thanks to JTB, the Japan Overseas Educational Services (JOES), and ANA for making this trip a one to remember for a lifetime!

Welcome back to all the Educators!


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Save The Date (October 30, 2018): JCCI'S 34th Annual Dinner Gala, "Growth Through Generosity," featuring distinguished guests as Michael R. Bloomberg, George Takei, and Hiroshi Senju.


Left: Hiroshi Senju's Waterfall 1996
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This year's theme, Growth Through Generosity, focuses on the spreading of values, knowledge, and ideas. It is about the notion of giving--the selfless qualities of our nature-- for a greater cause. These acts of generosity, like a ripple in a pond, reverberate, and form lasting relations we all can take part in. 

JCCI's largest event of the year is set to take place on October 30, 2018 at the New York Hilton Midtown (1335 Avenue of the Americas). We're humbled to have this year's Keynote Speaker to be Michael R. Bloomberg, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Three-term Mayor of NYC; Koki Umeda, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tokio Marine America will be this year's Dinner Chairman; Vincent P. Colman, New York Metro Vice Chairman, PricewaterhouseCoopers will be this year's Dinner Co-Chairman; Eagle on the World awardees this year are Hiroshi Senju, Internationally-Acclaimed Artist, and George Takei, Actor, Author, and Activist. The Honorary Commemorative Award will go to the late Nobuyoshi Kuraoka, Founder of Restaurant Nippon in NYC and Japanese Food and Culture Advocate.

For table pricings, among otherinformation, please contact info@jcciny.org.