Events

Invitation: Norway Japan urban development workshop in Tokyo ノルウェー・日本都市開発交流プログラム

Invitation: Norway Japan urban development workshop in Tokyo ノルウェー・日本都市開発交流プログラム

Norway is one of the most successful countries in changing social systems and rules in rational way in order to make peopleʼs life and environment better. With continuing economic growth and expanding urban developments, visions for new urban designs linked to Norwayʼs social rationality becomes more and more important. Meanwhile, in Japan, recovery from the great East Japan Earthquake is still one(…)

Planning for Japan-Norway Energy Science Week 2015 is underway

Planning for Japan-Norway Energy Science Week 2015 is underway

The organizers, together with Japanese partners, are now inviting input on how to develop the program of the Japan-Norway Energy Science Week, scheduled to take place in Tokyo 26th-29th May, 2015. The Energy Science Week is building on the science weeks of the two preceding years, the last one in 2014 focusing on the marine/seafood area. Japan(…)

NORWAY-JAPAN MARINE SCIENCE WEEK 2014
June 4, 2014 : Tokyo International Exchange Center, Plaza Heisei (Odaiba)

NORWAY-JAPAN MARINE SCIENCE WEEK 2014

Two marine nations strengthening cooperation As two marine nations, Japan and Norway have an impressive joint activity portfolio within education, research and business. Encouraged by the various cooperation activities and previous events, the Norway-Japan Marine Science Week 2014 is made as an arena for sharing information on recent achievements, discussing important issues related to seafood(…)

World Smart Energy Week Tokyo 2015
February 25, 2015 : Tokyo Big Sight, Japan

World Smart Energy Week Tokyo 2015

The leading exhibition covering the power generation, energy saving and energy storage in Japan, World Smart Energy Week is held twice a year; Tokyo in February and Osaka in September. The Tokyo exhibition is said to be world leading in the field, gathering all kinds of technologies/products related to smart grid, rechargeable battery, hydrogen and(…)

Changing Asia – a Japanese Perspective: How to Read Asia Today
October 14, 2014 : NUPI, C.J. Hambros plass 2D, Oslo, Norway

Changing Asia – a Japanese Perspective: How to Read Asia Today

The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs has the pleasure of inviting you to the seminar: Changing Asia - a Japanese Perspective: How to Read Asia Today with Professor Ichiro Fujisaki Asia is currently experiencing a period of extensive political and economic change. Recent leadership transitions in China and North Korea have bred both challenges and(…)

Arctic Science Summit Week 2015, Toyama, Japan
April 23, 2015 : Toyama, Japan

Arctic Science Summit Week 2015, Toyama, Japan

The Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) is the annual gathering of the international organizations engaged in supporting and facilitating Arctic research. The purpose of the summit is to provide opportunities for coordination, collaboration and cooperation in all areas of Arctic science. The summit attracts scientists, students, policy makers and other professionals from all over the world.(…)

7th KIFEE International Symposium
March 16, 2014 : Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

7th KIFEE International Symposium

Kyoto International Forum for Environment and Energy (KIFEE) was created in 2004 by the universities in the Kyoto region to establish an international arena for multi-disciplinary strategic co-operation to develop a sustainable society, inspired by the Kyoto Protocol. KIFEE has developed into an advanced “process”/arena where people + trust + inspiration create multidisciplinary teamwork cooperation(…)

Norway-Japan Marine Seminar 2012

Norway-Japan Marine Seminar 2012

In May 2012, a one-day marine seminar was held at Mirakan in Tokyo. The seminar was held collaborative by Innovation Norway, The Norwegian Seafood Council, The Japanese Fisheries Association, The Japan Science and Technology Agency, The Norwegian Embassy and The Norwegian Research Council. The event gathered gathered 230 participants, including 36 speakers from Japan and(…)

Prime Minister’s Official Visit to Japan 2012
November 1, 2012 : Tokyo, Japan

Prime Minister’s Official Visit to Japan 2012

In November, 2012, the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, accompanied by a commercial delegation, paid an official visit to  Japan. To mark this event, the Royal Norwegian Embassy, in cooperation with Innovation Norway and the Norwegian Seafood Council, invited representatives from governments, industries and institutions to attend a series of seminars aimed at promoting business,(…)

February 5, 2014 : Trondheim

Business Breakfast Meeting, “Japan – Business Opportunities and Business Culture”

Om du er interessert i å lære mer om japansk businesskultur og trender i det japanske markedet, kan du møte opp på frokostseminar i Trondheim. Seminaret vil dreie seg om å finne forretningsmuligheter mellom norske og japanske bedrifter, samt diskutere problemer som kan oppstå i møte med en fremmed businesskultur. For mer informasjon og påmelding,(…)

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