Teacher's union formed in the early 1990's in response to the rapidly deteriorating conditions at Berlitz schools in Japan.
An independent think tank focusing on comparative social, economical, political, and technological policy issues concerning Japan, the U.S., and China.
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.
Aims to spread knowledge about chemistry and assist education, publicity, environment and safety, and international relations. With membership information, meetings, and news.
Conducts scientific research to deepen knowledge of cultural, economic, and social aspects of Japan and Japanese-German relations through doctoral fellowships, cooperative work, and its library.
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.
Lists outline of educational organizations, departments, research, and guide for international students.
The labor union representing 6000 musicians performing in Japan. Works for betterment of working conditions, promote live music, protect musicians' rights and to make political proposals to the Japanese government and other concerned organizations.
A place to learn about the anthropology, archaeology, folklore, and history of Niigata prefecture, includes exhibits, activities, publications, news, and links.
Promotes activities of research and development in the field of agriculture, forestry, fishery, brewing, fermentation and food processing.
Founded by Roy J. Hobbs as a means of providing instruction, and certification, in the various martial arts of Japan he has studied. Includes some history, details on katas, and membership information.
Conducts investigations, creates publications, education, training, examinations, studies, technology developments, consulting, and information service about energy conservation.
Offers graduate degrees in TESOL in Osaka or Tokyo. Affiliate of University of Chichester in the UK.
A humanitarian aid organization co-operating with the UN, the government, and other organizations to provide assistance where needed the most for stability and self-reliance.
Consulate-General of Japan at Denver, listing regional Japan-related organizations and events. In English and Japanese.
Advice for professors applying to teach at Japanese universities.
Aims to promote studies of all the fields of botany and to disseminate botanical knowledge. With guide to membership, meetings, and publications.
Consists of 194 organizations, including major Japanese companies and national organizations working on fuel cell development and exchanging information research and development to replace fossil fuels and resulting pollution.
Supports the information transmission function of user organizations to computerize and disseminate bulletins of academic societies and research papers easier and at lower cost.
Represents and organizes 34,000 members of 81 affiliated trade unions across public services such as special public corporations, foundations and other non-profit organizations.
Information on the organization, originally established in Kyoto Japan 1895 under the authority of the Ministry of Education and the endorsement of His Royal Highness, Meiji Emperor to solidify, promote, and standardize martial disciplines and systems throughout Japan.