The Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Japan (BLCCJ) promotes business in the Japanese market by supporting the Belgian-Luxembourg business community and creating a more favorable market environment for its member companies.
To achieve this, we organize a number of events and seminars that provide you with valuable insights in the Japanese market, and give you the opportunity to network and meet fellow exporting companies, local professionals, expatriates and the movers and shakers of the Belgian and Luxembourg business community in Japan.
Interested? Don’t hesitate to contact us for more info, or become a member of the BLCCJ!LEARN MORE
Ski, snow, fun, race, family and friends – key words for the great mixture we had at our 1st Inter-Chamber Ski Race in 2016. Now we are ready to start registration for the 2017 edition. What is new? What has worked in the past? New: – two runs with the better time counting (instead of […]
Belgian jewelry brand “Hulchi Belluni” will hold an exhibition at the Belgian Embassy on Friday 16 December, from noon till 18:00. Entrance is free of charge, but you are requested to sign up in advance. So if you are interested, please send your name, title, company name + postal address to Mr. Yoshiyuki Nakamura: […]
On 10 & 11 December 2016, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan will stage the opera “House of the Sleeping Beauties”, a story based on the novel by Yasunori Kawabata and produced by the Belgian opera authors Kris Defoort and Guy Cassiers. This highly acclaimed opera production was performed for the first time in 2009 in La Monnaie […]
BLCCJ member Ms Ibuki ARIGA (designer, company IRIDEGNITA) is organizing her 5th “Belgian Diamonds and Jewelry” exhibition. This time she will bring an ode to Horta. All day you can go and see diamond jewelry, handmade lace, western fashion etc. In the afternoon there will be a lecture on Antwerp diamonds and new jewelry […]
SCCIJ November Luncheon Speaker: Mr. Christoph Blättler, Secretary General of Swissmem, Machine Tool Manufacturers Survival in times of quantitative easing – The Swiss MEM- Industry and its initiatives on Industry 4.0 and dual education. Since the Swiss National Bank gave up safe-guarding the CHF1.20 target exchange rate to the Euro in January 2015, the […]