PRESS EVENTS

Press Conference : Koike Yuriko, Governor of Tokyo

Monday, February 13, 2023, 15:00 - 16:00
PRESS CONFERENCE Koike Yuriko, Governor of Tokyo 15:00-16:00 Monday, February 13, 2022 (The speech will be in English and Q & A will be in Japanese with English interpretation) The Challenges Facing Tokyo in 2023; Achieving a Sustainable City In an age of worldwide climate ...

President's Message



We held a long overdue gathering for the board of directors and regular members on January 18. It was a real pleasure to get together and discuss the state of the FCCJ in person.

Deep Dive

Deep Dive Series 2022: "Covid-19 Back in the box or still on the loose?"

Wednesday, December 14, 2022, 08:30 - 10:00
Deep Dive Series 2022: "Covid-19- Back in the box or still on the loose?" Gautam Deshpande US-board certified physician and founding Vice Dean of the St. Luke's International University Graduate School of Public Health Thomas Lomax Practicing physician who managed during the Covid-19 a pandemic ...

DINING

Stimulating Valentine Serenade with Fine Dining

Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 18:30 - 21:00
Tokyo Sinfonia Stimulating Valentine Serenade with Fine Dining February 14, 2023 from 18:30-21:00 For Valentine’s Day, February 14, the FCCJ Food & Beverage Committee proudly presents another in the perennially popular series of FCCJ dinner-concerts in the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan’s Pen & Quill ...

Correspondents' Lunch (from 2 February 2023)

Thursday, February 02, 2023, 11:30 - 14:00
Correspondents' Lunch menu from February 2 through February 3 Soup: Today's Soup or Salad: Salad with Sweet Potato and Fish Today's Fresh Fish with Carrot Sauce or Meat Grilled Chicken seasoned with Breadcrumbs and Herbs in Mustard Sauce or Pasta Fusilli in Tomato Sauce with ...

Exhibitions

February 2023 Exhibition: UMUI Photo Exhibition by Everett Kennedy Brown

February 2023 Exhibition: UMUI Photo Exhibition by Everett Kennedy Brown
February 4 - March 3, 2023


©Everett Kennedy Brown

Over the centuries the Okinawan people have learned to protect their spiritual treasures from powerful invaders. It is perhaps their humility and tenacious spirit that is expressed in this word, Umui, that has enabled them to survive the most severe hardships, both natural and political. I believe the time has come to introduce the deep and gentle spiritual tradition of the Okinawan people. It is important not only for the Okinawan people and their descendants; it is also important in light of the geopolitical changes we are now seeing in East Asia.

Bruce Osborn Exhibition Committee Chair
Peter Lyon Exhibition Co-Chair