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Fri 01 April 2016

The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in Japan (NCCJ) is pleased to announce the launch of the 2016 Deshima Business Awards.

Fri 25 March 2016

On March 16, eighteen NCCJ members and their friends boarded the Tsukuba Express at Akihabara to visit the JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency ) Space Center at Tsukuba.

Tue 22 March 2016

On April 16th our member DSM, one of the lead sponsors of the Oranda Jima Foundation, will organize a charity event “Let’s cling together”. This event is a musical happening in which 5 amateur bands each perform for about 30-40 minutes. Part of the proceedings of the event are donated to Orandajima / Yamadamachi in Iwate Prefecture. This is the fifth time this event is held since the big earthquake in 2011 and it is supported by the NCCJ because of the involvement of the NCCJ to Oranda-jima Foundation.

The venue is Bauhaus in Roppongi, the door opens at 16.00 hrs., the event starts at 16.30 hrs. and finishes at 21.00 hrs. See flyer below which contains a map of the location (unfortunately only in Japanese). The entrance fee is 2,000 Yen (including one drink and also some food is provided) if the ticket is bought at the door, 1,600 Yen if the ticket is bought in advance. Reservation of tickets can simply be done by sending an e-mail to the organizer Kenichi Nakamura ( Kenichi.Nakamura@dsm.com ). The only information requested is name, phone number and the number of tickets required. Payment is in cash only at the venue.

Event Flyer (Front side/Back side)

Thu 10 March 2016

On February 24, Takashi Yoneyama, a lawyer with TMI Associates, and his colleagues from ARQIS Foreign Law Office, Dr. Tobias Schiebe and Ulrich Kirchhoff, discussed the new Japanese individual numbering system (“My Number “ or “MN”) and the amendment of the Personal Data Protection Act in Japan.

Mon 07 March 2016

Odgers Berndtson Japan delivers Retained Executive Search solutions for senior leadership positions in a variety of sectors including Manufacturing, Consumer & Retail, Technology, Life Sciences and Not-For-Profit entities.

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