Australia Japan Society – Qld Inc

Membership in the AJS-Qld Inc (Brisbane) is open to all individuals, companies and organisations interested in Australia and Japan relations.

The Society engages in a wide range of activities in pursuit of its aim to promote common interest and mutual understanding in all matters between Australia and Japan.

The Society maintains close liaison and cooperation with local and state government bodies, academic institutions, commercial organisations, the Japan Consul-General in Queensland, the Embassy of Japan (Canberra), the Australia-Japan Foundation, JETRO and other Japan-related organisations.

Support for the work of the AJS is derived from membership fees, contributions, grants and function activities.

The AJS is a non-profit organisation.

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Membership in the AJS-Qld inc is open to all individuals, companies and organisations interested in Australia and Japan relations.

Membership Benefits

Newsletter

Receipt of the Society’s monthly newsletter, the Go-Nichi Newsletter, which features topical articles on issues both in Japan and Japan-related activities in Queensland and Australia. Members can also nominate to receive email updates from the Society.

Special Member rates

Special Member rates for all Society exhibits,lectures,seminars and social functions and other activites aimed at encouraging greater mutual understanding between Australia and Japan.

Japanese language classes

Japanese language classes at special member rates at Society-sponsored language classes, in addition to information on many informal opportunities to participate in Japanese-language meetings and social functions.

Networking

Opportunities to meet and network with top-level Japanese guest speakers and dignitaries from the fields of business, government, diplomacy, academia and cultural affairs,at regular lunch and dinner meetings
Meet local Japanese residents through regular social functions, such as barbeques, picnic outings and golf days.

Functions

Immersion in Japanese-language functions such as regular Japanese film nights, depicting contemporary Japanese life and culture.

Ladies group activities covering aspects of Japanese culture such as flower arrangements, tea ceremony, Japanese cuisine, and other Japanese crafts.

Young members group, consisting of high school, university and other young members who meet for both social and business networking functions.

PO Box 2036
Brisbane Qld 4001
Australia

Chancellor
His Excellency, The Governor of Queensland

Patrons
The Hon. The Premier of Queensland
The Consul-General of Japan, Queensland