Tue 06 September 2011 17:00   |  Deshima Lounge, Netherlands Embassy

Ever wondered how it is to be living and working in the Netherlands, what the management styles are and how work and life balance is arranged? Would you like to hear more about the type of contracts, incentives and how personal development is achieved?

Tue 06 September 2011 08:50   |  Sadogatake Stable and Mabuchi Motor

Join us for an excursion to the Sadogatake Stable in Matsudo to watch Sumo morning training and try Chanko brunch. This will be then followed by a visit to Mabuchi Motor, a world leading micro-motor company. Learn about this unique company and micro-motors today at their HQ and museum (will not see actual production).  This "Big" art and "Small" technology showing will provide NCCJ members and friends an extraordinary experience.  Family members, friends and guests are all welcome.

Thu 23 June 2011 19:00   |  Club 57

You have a final opportunity to meet with fellow NCCJ members before heading off on summer holidays. Please join us at Fifty Seven, situated in Roppongi, for an evening of tasty food, a few drinks, and good company. Also come and listen to the Dutch writer, Hans Brinckman who will talk to us about his most recent book Showa Japan: The Post-War Golden Age and its Troubled Legacy (Tuttle Publishing October 2008). 

Thu 19 May 2011 18:30   |  Deshima Lounge, Netherlands Embassy

The Management Committee of the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in Japan cordially invites you to attend this year’s Annual General Meeting, which will take place on Thursday 19 May from 18.30 - 19.30 and will be followed by the NCCJ Aperitif which will be held in the nearby restaurant La tana di Bacco (access details will be provided at the AGM). We look forward to seeing you at the AGM!

Mon 25 April 2011 18:30   |  Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

The NCCJ organised an event  entitled "Giving Back to Japan" the purpose of which was to help support the many NGOs and commercial organisations that are contributing to the relief and reconstruction of Tohoku and Japan following the earthquakes and tsunamis.

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