Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, functions to help its members better understand the unique business practices and cultures of the United States and Japan. To achieve these goals, the Chamber sponsors various seminars, activities and events in an effort to enhance the alliances within the business and local communities of the New York Metropolitan area.
In a rapidly changing world, it is necessary for corporations to take the lead in restructuring businesses, rebuilding consumer moral and reinvigorating the global economy. JCCI's strong member network provides opportunities to make new business contacts, discuss current issues of interest, and participate in the revitalization of New York City.
We encourage you to consider membership and we are delighted to speak with you regarding any questions you may have. The membership fee is small; the benefits to your firm are great.
$ 1,850 / yr
For Japanese-based companies and organizations, voting rights, eligible for board of director appointment
$ 1,050 / yr
For American-based companies and organizations
* Term: 1 Year, Membership Dues may change
Membership - Tangible Beneﬁts
Fellowship & Exchange
- Annual Events
- Networking Receptions
- Breakfast Meetings
- Professional Development
- Business Seminars
- Training Sessions
Access to Information
- JCCI Membership Directory
- Annual Business Survey
- Monthly Reports
- Website Data and Links
Visibility & Business Promotion
- Sponsor a Seminar or Event
- Website / Directory Advertisement
- JCCI Directory Listing
- JCCI Website Listing
- Member-to-Member Services
- Other Discounts
Membership - Intangible Beneﬁts
JCCI provides member support regarding various matters such as the U.S.-Japan Social Security Agreement to avoid double payment, providing updated information on visa-related issues and simpliﬁed explanation of drivers’ license renewal process
JCCI promotes members’ activities through local major organizations such as Partnership for New York City, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others.
JCCI presents proposals and requests to the Federal/State Government and New York City Oﬃces regarding various issues concerning Japanese businesses and the Japanese community including notices and publications
Contributions to Society
JCCI takes a leadership role in supporting and helping local communities. With contributions to various humanitarian organizations and disaster relief eﬀorts through the Chamber’s J.C.C. Fund, philanthropic eﬀorts focus on community-related projects, education & research along with U.S.-Japan relations.
JCCI members have full access to our Monthly Reports, Daily Business News, and Company Proﬁles. If you are a member, please log in to view these information sources.
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Apply for Membership
If you would like to become a member of JCCI, please submit the application form.