Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI) was established in 1878, making it the oldest economic organization in Japan. TCCI membership is comprised of companies of a variety of types and sizes: large enterprises, SMEs, private enterprises, other organizations, and individual businesspersons in the 23-ward area of metropolitan Tokyo. Members are involved in all types of business, and work together to overcome problems or enhance business opportunities that would not be possible for individual entities. The number of members was 77,060 as of March 2014.
Each member belongs to one of nine divisional groups organized based on industry type, and also belongs to a chapter associated with one of Tokyo's 23 wards.
Members elect 150 councilors who deliberate and determine important matters such as annual budgets and final accounting results at the General Meeting of Councilors. The most recent election was held in 2013.
At the Executive Councilors' Meeting, Chairman, Vice Chairmen, Special Advisors, Executive councilors, Auditors, and President treat opinions and requests put together by several committees (listed below) so as to continuously improve the management environment.

Address:3-2-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-0005
Phone: +81-3-3283-7523
FAX: +81-3-3216-6497

The Indian Chamber of Commerce-Japan (ICCJ)

The Indian Chamber of Commerce-Japan (ICCJ) was established in 1937. It is an organization working in the interest of the Indian Mercantile community for facilitating trade between Japan-India and other parts of the world. ICCJ has a membership of more than 120 firms as well as several individual members. The members are in many diversified fields of business including textiles, electronics, IT, etc. Majority of ICCJ members have been residing in Japan for the past 30-40 years and have been in business ever since. Their craftsmanship, professionalism and competitiveness in the field of business is well known internationally.

The services provided by the chamber includes mercantile arbitration, attestation of commercial documents, and organizing events for the Indian business community in Japan.

Indo-Japan relations has grown significantly over the past few years with ICCJ being a prominent driving force for promoting the expansion of bilateral trade, economic, and investments through its dynamic members.

702, Authentic Higashi Senba Bldg, 2-1
Kitakyuhouji-machi 1-chome
Osaka 541-0057
Tel: (06) 6261-1741(2-lines)
Fax: (06) 6264-1605