The Japan-British Society has close ties to a number of organisations involved in developing the strong relationship between Japan and the United Kingdom.
The Japan Society
Founded in 1891, The Japan Society is the longest established and principal non-governmental organisation involved in the study of UK-Japan relations. Members of the Japan-British Society are permitted to attend the Japan Society’s events.
Representing the interests of the UK Government in Japan in trade, politics and economics as well as providing Consular and Visa services.
For everything you need to know about UK education, culture, English language learning/teaching and exams.
Your official guide for visiting the UK, with comprehensive information and advice on where to go, what to see and what to do.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
BCCJ is a membership organisation for business people in Japan offering advice and information and networking opportunities.
The Japan-Scotland Society
The Japan-Scotoland Society (JSS) was founded to promote friendship between Scottish and Japanese people.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
Website of MOFA.
The Imperial Household Agency
This website presents an introduction to the official duties and various public activities of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress, and other members of the Imperial Family.
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is the UK’s leading charity supporting links between Britain and Japan.
English-Speaking Union of Japan
The English-Speaking Union of Japan (ESUJ) is an independent, non-profit, non-political organization established in 1998 for the principal purpose of promoting international mutual understanding and friendship among nations through the use of the English language.