We have made it our mission to create a multi-faceted international network of businesses with a particular interest in German-Japanese relations. Our members profit from several benefits.
As a member you may join our exclusive working groups and events and will receive our magazine JAPANMARKT for free. Corporate members also receive a discount on our consulting services offered by DEinternational. Membership with the AHK Japan will allow you to contribute your ideas and actively engage in our work – for the benefit of all members.
Your Advantages as a Member
Events and Activities
Participation in member-only, exclusive events. The AHK Japan members receive a 20 percent discount on seminars, workshops, PR, and social events open to the public.
Full or New Members also have the option of supporting the AHK Japan as a partner, giving them a visual presence in media and advertising channels, and at the AHK Japan events.
Full members have a voting right at the Annual General Meeting. Full membership is a pre-requisite for standing for election to the board.
AHK Japan Media
All corporate members receive a 20 percent discount on job postings in our print and online media, and on advertisements on media of the AHK Japan. They also get access to our Members4Members-Programme as well as the opportunity to disseminate their news, press releases and further information in the section "Member News" on our website for free.
All members also receive the Member Newsletter, as well as access to the detailed membership directory.
Services of DEinternational
All corporate members receive a 20 percent discount on DEinternational services.
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European Business Council (EBC) Membership
Corporate members of the AHK Japan may also obtain membership of the European Business Council (EBC) on particularly favourable terms, and take part in the numerous committees of the EBC.
The EBC is a lobby group representing 17 national chambers of commerce and industry from Europe, as well as business confederations in Japan. Since its establishment in 1972, the EBC has actively pursued its goal of sustained improvement of trade and investment conditions for European business.
By joining one of the 24 industry committees, companies have the possibility of following the changes in the industry directly as well as to actively help steer and influence desired changes.
Further information is available on the EBC Website.