John Amari

John Amari is a writer and researcher from the UK who specialises in articles on intellectual property and business.


Creative May / June 2022

Painful issues


Why I choose Japan


Being Black and British in Japan

Defence February 2020

Partners in arms

RI Awards Nov / Dec 2019

Human capital

Education September 2019

Boarding Schools raise the bar

British-style education expands in Japan and abroad
Travel August 2017

Mountains of fun

Hakuba village entices city dwellers to its green season
Regions June 2016

Rural revival

Briton seeks answers to Japan’s people challenges
Ecotourism June 2016

Hidden paradise

Oki Islands geopark reveals Shetland-like secrets
Food & drink May 2016

Grape tastes

FT expert’s wine test in Tokyo
Science May 2016

Firms unite to fight disease

Bilateral tie-ups help study on rare conditions
Publicity April 2015

East meets west

Cultural bonding experiences
BCCJ Event March 2015

London’s 2012 legacy, Tokyo’s Olympian task

Lord Deighton shares insights and advice for the Tokyo 2020 team.
BCCJ Event February 2015

Cautious optimism for 2015

William Sposato advised members on what to expect in today's economic climate.
BCCJ Event August 2014

Analysing Abenomics

Success of the third arrow is critical to the country's future said House of Representatives member Keisuke Suzuki.
Publicity June 2014

Dream homes and perfect offices

Lack of space and the high cost of land can be challenges, but solutions are available.
Publicity June 2014

Abe BMW: renewing a trusted brand

The firm celebrates 50 years as a family enterprise and 35 years as an authorised BMW dealership.