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Corporate Membership

Our highly-regarded business programmes provide opportunities to highlight Japanese successes and explore issues of particular relevance to businesses operating across national boundaries. As the UK exits the EU, the role of the Japan Society in promoting UK-Japan relations is ever more important. We give recognition to our corporate members and donors in printed materials and on the Japan Society website.

With a history dating back to 1891, the Japan Society is in a strong position to meet future challenges in promoting UK-Japan relations. We operate independently with no government or commercial bias.

Japan Society’s Corporate Membership is available to any company interested in exploring UK-Japan relations. Corporate members benefit from access to knowledge sharing and networking opportunities as well as the opportunity for staff and their families to participate in all aspects of our programme. 

As a corporate member, your company stands alongside those who ensure greater understanding of Japan and Britain by supporting the Society in its mission to promote mutual study and learning.

List of Corporate Members in 2020


Note 1
: All staff of corporate members and their families enjoy the usual benefits of membership and may attend events as members.

Note 2: Please read our privacy policy and terms & conditions. By filling a membership form, you state that you have read and agreed to them. If you choose it in the form, you will receive information about Japan Society’s events and activities by post and/or email.

Corporate Standard Levels

Large Corporate

Price £1000.00

Medium Corporate

Price £600.00

Small Corporate

Price £350.00

Upcoming Events

08/07/2020

What the UK and Japan Mean to Each Other with Jeremy Hunt MP and Tomohiko Taniguchi

13/07/2020

ONLINE EVENT - Japan Society Book Club: The Little House by Kyoko Nakajima

14/07/2020

The Future for the Arts and their Institutions with Mami Kataoka and Rebecca Salter