Joint Chamber Event: Luncehon with TMG Gov. Ms Koike
One of the most interesting figures of current Japanese politics, Ms Koike is keeping her promised speaker engagement for a joint luncheon organized by the European chambers represented in Japan.
Due to the expected popularity of this event, be sure to register quickly. Also, please note that we can register only one person of your company, any additionals would be listed on our waiting list. We will take registrations in chronical order.
12:00 Opening, welcome address, lunch followed by a keynote speech by Yuriko Koike, Q&A
About the speaker
Governor Yuriko Koike was born in 1952 in Hyogo Prefecture. She graduated from Cairo University in 1976 with a BA in Sociology. She was elected to the House of Councillors in 1982, then to the House of Representatives in 1993. She was appointed Minister of Environment in 2003 and also served as the Minister of State for Okinawa and Northern Territories Affairs in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Koizumi from 2004. She was appointed Minister of Defense in July 2007 during the first term of Prime Minister Abe. In 2010 she became Chairperson at the General Council of the Liberal Democratic Party. In July 2016, she was elected Governor of Tokyo.
Admission fee (lunch and drinks included)
ABC Members: 10 000 yen/person
Guests and non-members: 14 000 yen/person, registered for waiting list only
Deadline for registration/cancellation Friday, November 10, 2017
Registration: email to us, email@example.com
Introducing the Tokyo 2020 Medal Project
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government, in cooperation with the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, is currently collecting outdated and broken cell phones and some small electronic devices to be recycled into the medals that will be awarded to athletes at the Tokyo 2020 games. TMG’s aim is to produce around 5,000 medals through what is called the “urban mine”. A Tokyo 2020 Medal Project collection box will be made available on the day of the event at the reception desk. We encourage visitors to bring any unwanted cellphones and smartphones for donation. We appreciate your support!