The Garden of Words - Discount
Japan Society Members and Friends are offered a discount on tickets to The Garden of Words, a play based on the anime and novel from world-renowned filmmaker, Makoto Shinkai.
Webinar Video - Japan Macro Salon with Jesper and Bill (July 2023 edition)
Watch the recording of the fifth of our regular quarterly webinars on business and current affairs with Japan Society chairman Bill Emmott and Jesper Koll, who were joined in this edition by special guest Professor Takako Hikotani.
Japan Society Golf Tournament 2023 - Photos
On 21 June 2023, the annual Japan Society Golf Tournament for the Asprey and Garrard Plate at Maidenhead Golf Club. See photos from what was a warm and sunny summer day!
RPO Journeys of Discovery: Conflict - Members Discount
We are pleased to offer Japan Society members and friends discounted tickets of £10 (usually £50) for the upcoming performance by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Journeys of Discovery: Conflict at the Southbank Centre, London, featuring renowned Japanese pianist, Nobuyuki Tsujii.
Come work with us! Looking for a Experienced Freelance Youth Worker
We are looking for an Experienced Freelance Youth Worker to work with us on a new youth initiative, the Japan Youth Collective, responsible for working with the Japan Society and the young Collective members to ensure they get the best outcomes from the programme.
We are hiring! Join our team as Membership & Development Officer
We are looking for a Membership & Development Officer to work with us as the first point of call for the Society’s members and donors, responsible for supporting the donor relations team, attracting new members, and developing our donor funnel.
Webinar Video - Japan Macro Salon with Jesper and Bill (April 2023 edition)
Watch the recording of the fourth of our regular quarterly webinars on business and current affairs with Japan Society chairman Bill Emmott and Jesper Koll, who were joined in this edition by special guest Nobukatsu Kanehara.
Japan Society Chairman's Blog (54)
It is possible I had not been paying sufficient attention before last Monday’s excellent and very well-attended annual lecture by the UK’s ambassador to Japan, Julia Longbottom, kindly hosted by our friends at Nomura. But even to a news junkie like me it has been striking how many points and themes that were raised in that lecture and the ensuing discussion have popped up in the news in subsequent days.