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Press Events

Press Conference: “Will Japanese Megabanks End Funding for Dakota Pipeline Project?” by Myron Dewey and William Patrick Kincaid

15:00-16:00 Thursday, May 24, 2018
The full text of this notice will be available shortly.

Professional Dinner: "DATELINE KYOTO: Foreign Writing and Journalism in the Old Capital"

18:30-20:30 Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Professional Luncheon: Paul Sheard, Vice Chairman of S&P Global

12:00-13:30 Thursday, May 31, 2018
  "Making Sense of Trumponomics and the Implications for Japan"

President's Message

Message from the President - May 2018 Message from the President - May 2018

09:47 Tuesday, April 03, 2018

The establishment in 1998 of the Keizo Obuchi government was a major positive turning point for foreign correspondents in Japan. That’s because the late Prime Minister Obuchi was eager for his voice and the policies of his cabinet to reach foreign countries, directly from the mouths of J...

Other Events

Saturday Nite Live!! Hiroe Sekine

18:30-21:00 Saturday, May 26, 2018
Jazz Pianist, Vocalist, Composer, Arranger


Film Screenings

Sneak Preview Screening: "The Man from the Sea (Umi wo Kakeru)"

19:00-21:30 Wednesday, May 23, 2018
An enigmatic stranger silently works magic and mischief on a seaside town
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