The academic society for Artificial Intelligence Research in Japan. Information about online transactions and the announcement mailing-list is available on this site. (English, Japanese)
Japanese Scientific and Technical Information. The JapanCS Project is dedicated to increasing the visibility and availability of Japanese science and technology information related to computing and computer science.
Committed to the development of information-communication network industries through the promotion of related technologies. Analyzes information relevant to policy issues, market and technological trends, conducts PR activities, and promotes standardization.
CSAJ (formerly JPSA) is a non-profit organization which has about 350 software developers, publishers, system integrators, distributors, dealers and its related support service providers.
A non-profit organization where content developers in Japan can exchange ideas, and network on both professional and social levels.
Japan's largest English-speaking personal computer club, with a particular interest in bilingual personal computing.
A non-profit foundation with the missions of promoting the improvement of infrastructure for information technology (IT) and aiming for the development of an advanced IT society that will contribute to the development of the industry, economy and culture of Japan.
Includes guide to faculties, applications, centers on cooperative research, instrumental analysis, and super computing, library, and international center for foreign students.
Event listing for English language computer club meetings as well as computer, internet, and telecommunications exhibitions in the Tokyo area.