The Economic and Social Research Institute works towards a national vision of 'Informed policy for a better Ireland'. We produce high-quality analysis to provide robust evidence for policymaking, with the goals of research excellence and policy impact.
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.
Ireland's National Statistics Office. We meet the needs of Government for quality statistical information, which is vital for the formation, implementation, and monitoring of policy and programmes at national, regional and local levels in a rapidly changing economic and social environment. The Office also serves the needs of the wider national and international community for impartial and relevant information on social and economic conditions.
The website of the Japanese Embassy in Ireland.
Ireland's Department of Finance. The Department’s mission is to manage Government finances and play a central role in the achievement of the Government’s economic and social goals having regard to the Programme for a Partnership Government. In this way we will play a leadership role in the improvement of the standards of living of all Irish citizens.
The website provides commentary, information, and intelligent discourse about the Irish economy.
The section on Ireland of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) provides a forum in which governments can work together to share experiences and seek solutions to common problems.
The Japanese language website for Tourism Ireland. Full of information on what to do and see in Ireland.
Bord Bia is an Irish state agency with the aim of promoting sales of Irish food and horticulture both abroad and in Ireland itself. It acts as a link between Irish producers and their customers worldwide.
Asia Matters is Ireland’s only Asia Think Tank. We are committed to building dynamic business links and informed understanding between Asia and Ireland in order to drive economic growth.
The European Business Council (EBC) is 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 since 1972. The EBC was registered with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in 2008 as the European (EU) Chamber of Commerce in Japan.
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is a unique venture between the European Commission and the Japanese Government. It is a non-profit organisation established as an affiliate of the Center for International Economic Collaboration (CIE). It aims at promoting all forms of industrial, trade and investment cooperation between the EU and Japan and at improving EU and Japanese companies’ competitiveness and cooperation by facilitating exchanges of experience and know-how between EU and Japanese businesses.
In accordance with the objective of the European Commission to develop a global platform to provide EU companies with relevant information about business with third countries, the EU-Japan Centre has launched a new website which will serve as an online portal of information for all EU SMEs seeking to do business with or in Japan.
The JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program is a cultural exchange program that recruits young professionals to live and work in Japan as Assistant Language Teachers or Coordinators for International Relations. Participants will work in public schools or local government offices and have the opportunity to learn about Japanese culture, language, and society, as well as interact with local residents and form friendships with people from around the world. This is a website by the Irish embassy for people based in Ireland looking to participate in the programme.