The U.S. Commercial Service in Japan is focused on assisting new-to-market U.S. exporters by finding appropriate agents, distributors, strategic representatives for U.S. firms wishing to sell in the Japanese market. We provide market research, trade leads, and other forms of promotion through our various trade facilitation programs and user-fee services. We are also active in assisting U.S. firms with market access and regulatory issues, as well as advocating on behalf of U.S. firms competing in Japanese public procurements. Our Commercial Officers and Specialists stand ready to guide you in international business transactions from initial information gathering to final product delivery.
►Business With Japan: A Tale of Two Cultures – May 29, 2013
Join the Japan American Society of Colorado for a lunch program. more…
►Under Secretary Sanchez–led Trade Winds Stop in Tokyo – May 15-16, 2013
Department of Commerce Under Secretary for International Trade Francisco Sanchez, wrapped up his visit to the Asia-Pacific with a two-day stop in Tokyo May 15-16. more…
►NOA Conference on May 16, 2013 – Commercial Service Japan held the 28th NOA Conference – a one-on-one business matchmaking event between U.S. firms and Japan’s electric power utilities and suppliers on May 16, 2013 in Tokyo. More…
►Coming Attractions, Headline Stats, Highlights - 15 May 2013 - Click here.
►“Vaccine Policy Exchange IV Further Opens Japan Market to U.S. Pharma Firms”
►The Business of Art
A small business is always a creative endeavor. But Nikolas Weinstein Studios is literally a business built on creativity. Since teaming with the U.S. Commerce Department, their international business has increased more than four-fold. See the video and blog.
►Ambassador Roos leads "New Routes" Outreach Tour to Four Western U.S. Cities
Ambassador John V. Roos led an inter-agency commercial outreach tour Jan. 6-12, touching down in Seattle, Denver, San Diego and San Jose - four of the five U.S. cities introducing non-stop air service to Tokyo's Narita Airport in 2012-13. These are dynamic U.S. cities with a strong desire to augment their ties to Japan and Asia. More…