The Embassy is responsible for promoting Irish interests in Japan, developing Ireland-Japan relations and for providing a range of services and information to Irish citizens and to the wider community in Japan.
Contacts in Japan Ambassador: John Neary Counsellor: Donal Kenneally Second Secretary: Elliot Milton Press Attaché: Aisling Braiden
Embassy of Ireland, Ireland House, 2-10-7 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0083, Japan
The website of the Japanese Embassy in Ireland.
Contact Embassy of Japan in Ireland, Nutley Building, Merrion Centre, Nutley Lane, Dublin 4, Ireland
Tel: 01-202-8300 Fax: 01-283-8726
IDA Ireland is the Irish Government agency responsible for securing and developing foreign direct investment in Ireland.
Contact in Japan Derek Fitzgerald, Director - Japan
IDA Ireland, Ireland House, 2-10-7 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0083, Japan
Tel: +81 3 3262 7621 Fax:+81 3 3261 4239
Enterprise Ireland is the Irish Government’s Trade and Technology Board. The Tokyo office offers a range of services and support to client companies in Japan, or entering the Japanese market.
Contact in Japan Eddie Hughes, Director - Japan
Enterprise Ireland, Ireland House, 2-10-7 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0083, Japan
Tel: + (81 3) 3263 0611 Fax: +(81 3) 3263 0614 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tourism Ireland is the body responsible for promoting tourism to the island of Ireland.
The Ireland Japan Chamber of Commerce (IJCC), in association with the Embassy of Ireland in Japan, has established an Alumni Database, containing the names and contact details of people, either Japanese or Irish, who have studied in Ireland. In creating this searchable database, the IJCC wants to foster relationships and connections among those who share the common experience of an education in Ireland.
The trade policy arm of 17 European National Chamber of Commerce and Business Associations in Japan and has been working to improve the trade and investment environment for European companies in Japan.
The INJ is a non-profit volunteer organization whose central purpose is to promote Ireland’s culture, traditions, and people in Japan. It also assists Irish people here, and promotes exchanges between the two countries.
The Japan GAA is a non-profit, volunteer organisation founded in the Mid-90's devoted to promoting International friendship and understanding, primarily through participation in Gaelic Sport and Irish Culture, in Japan and throughout Asia.
The APIBF was an initiative to use the platform of the annual Asian Gaelic Games to link the GAA network with the Irish business groups in the region for mutual benefit - to see how we could begin some practical business co-operation across the region.
This innovative and exciting initiative will help Irish linked companies fast-track their Asian Business Strategy and bring 25 Irish based graduates to Asia to work and study for one year.
Society of Japanese businesses with operations in Ireland, with Japanese leadership.
With a history going back over 40 years, the IJA has been one of the foremost organisations involved in promoting relationships between the two island nations at opposite ends of the earth. The IJA is based in Dublin and is wide-ranging in its activities, covering social, cultural, business, economic and educational areas.
The Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) is a business training program in Japan, which is centered on a business plan competition. The dual objectives of the program are to strengthen the skills of up-and-coming executives, while paving the way for foreign companies doing business in Japan.
JETRO, the Japanese External Trade Organisation provides information and support for companies entering, or trading in, the Japanese market.
The Meehan Group provides a wide range of translation and interpretation services to government, business and industry clients throughout the world.