Kyushu's southerly position places it within easy reach of Korea and China and the whole East Asia region in general. Proximity, historical ties and a mild winter climate combine to create an excellent business environment.
Direct investments into Japan from foreign countries generate a wide variety of benefits, such as
the addition of high added-value to industries, creation of employment opportunities, stimulation of local economies, and enhancement of consumer interests. Such investments enhance Japan’s entire economic growth potential and contribute to the revitalization of local economies. In this regard, they are important to our country.
Kyushu Economic Federation
Kyushu Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry
- Fukuoka Prefectural Government
- Saga Prefectural Government
- Nagasaki Prefectural Government
- Kumamoto Prefectural Government
- Oita Prefectural Government
- Miyazaki Prefectural Government
- Kagoshima Prefectural Government
- Fukuoka City Government
- Kitakyushu City Government
- Kumamoto City Government
- Kyushu Association of Corporate Executives
- Kyushu Industrial Technology Center
- Kyushu Productivity Center
- Kyushu Industrial Advancement Center
- The Kyushu New Business Conference
- Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation, Kyushu Branch
- West Japan Industry and Trade Convention Association
- Fukuoka Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Fukuoka Bankers Association, Inc.
- Fukuoka Foreign Trade Association
- Kyushu Electric Power Company, Inc.
- The Okinawa Electric Power Company, Incorporated (OEPC)
- Saibu Gas Col, Ltd.
- Aso Cement Co., Ltd.
- Oita Bank Co., Ltd.
- The Kagoshima Bank, Ltd.
- The Bank of Saga, Ltd.
- The Eighteenth Bank, Ltd.
- Toyota Motor Kyushu Inc.
- Nishi - Nippon Railroad Co., Ltd.
- The Higo Bank, Ltd.
- The Bank of Fukuoka, Ltd.
- The Miyazaki Bank, Ltd.
- The Yamaguchi Bank, Ltd.
- Kyushu Economic Federation