The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ICCJ) is an association of companies and entrepreneurs established in Tokyo in 1972 to help promote commercial exchanges and relations between Italy and Japan. The Chamber was officially recognized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Trade in 1986.
The ICCJ is a member of Assocamerestero (Association of Italian Chambers of Commerce Abroad), taking part in its activities at an institutional level as well as actively entertaining business relations and collaborations with 79 Italian Chambers in 54 Countries.
Our main purpose is to promote and develop business relations between Italy and Japan. We regularly organize events and seminars throughout the year providing information, knowledge and hints to help our Members gain a better understanding of both economic environments or enhance their marketing strategy.
We provide tailor-made assistance on how to start and develop businesses both in Japan and in Italy through every step of the process: from studying feasibility to identifying the best partner and the most appropriate approach, to a full logistic support within mission organization, creation of partnerships, promotional campaigns and legal assistance. We also provide a business center service located at the ICCJ premises in the heart of the Tokyo business district.