The magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Dr Kenji Shibuya
The history detective
London Touch for Tokyo Landmark
Huge project picks top UK creator
The Ginger Chef
UK culinary ambassador Chris Wheeler turns taste buds at Foodex
Robert Walters brings insight to hiring
First Port of Call
Kobe Mayor Kizo Hisamoto shares his love of UK and view of the future
Lady Barbara Judge CBE on nuclear technology, corporate governance and women
Navy liaison post restored after 92 years
Officer reflects on importance of role
The work of a skilled chameleon
More services, partners and businesses
British Council’s new Japan director aims to expand its profile
More than money
New recruits want CSR, diversity and mobility
Support lacking for death penalty
London-educated academic explodes myth of public opinion
Learning from the changing face of London
Tokyo to welcome UK city planning expert
The former England captain has an important role in preparing Japan for the Rugby World Cup 2019.
The new EU envoy to Japan shares his thoughts on bilateral trade relations.
Land of opportunity
Unilever's president and chief executive explains why Japan is a sophisticated market with savvy consumers.
Recruitment Industry still on Solid Ground
Economic confidence has resulted in an increasing number of European firms entering the Japan market.
Branding with the human touch
How one UK firm is tapping into Britishness to compete with the domestic auto industry.
old and new
Tomomi Araki, a registered architect in the UK and Japan, has a distinct view on the evolution of cities and buildings.
Symonds is the president of AgustaWestland Japan and the head of North East Asia operations.
Pierre de Villeméjane
The exciting launch of Waterford crystal brings to the Japanese market some of the firm's most iconic crystal stemware, barware and giftware collections.
Basil le roux
We have to learn about the local culture, as well as challenge the status quo where appropriate. We are an international business with offices in 34 countries. Localising what we do while maintaining our values and culture is particularly important.
Throughout our long history, GlaxoSmithKline K.K. (GSK Japan) has contributed to the health and quality of life of the Japanese people with an extensive list of products and services.
British Airways [BA] has a long-standing history in Japan; in fact, 2013 marks our 65th anniversary of flights to Tokyo.
Hays Japan provides recruitment-related services covering permanent placement, temporary staffing, IT consulting and recruitment process outsourcing.
Getting the Word Out:
Some of the biggest names in Japan’s corporate world—from Sony Corporation, Fujitsu and Olympus Corporation, to Panasonic Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation and Hoya Corporation—already have a firm foothold in Wales. But Edwina Hart says there is plenty of room for more.