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Membership Promotions

AJSV News

What's On

  1. Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

  2. Share Your Japan Competition

  3. Nine delicious ways to use miso in your cooking

  4. Drainspotters 

  5. Kimono Project- every nation at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Extra Articles

  • September in INREKI:"Nagatsuki"

  • Seeking symbols: Treasured animals in Japan


*Please click here to read the September Newsletter. 


Locally crafted Tsumami Zaiku: Sanae Floral Craft offering 20% off! 

Tsumami Zaiku is a traditional Japanese craft made from small, square-cut pieces of “Chirimen” (Japanese silk crepe) that is pinched and folded with tweezers. Its origin dates back to the Edo period and it is still used for accessories, such as hair pins.

Artist Sanae was trained in the traditional craft of Tsumami Zaiku by her Grandmother. Now based in Canberra, Sanae creates many beautiful items such as earrings, brooches and hair accessories. More information can be found at Sanae Floral Craft

New, finely crafted designs are being created and added weekly - Sanae can also create items made-to-order. Please look over Sanae's selection of high-quality items - and insert the discount code AJSV20 upon checkout for 20% off your entire order. Currently, there is also free postage on all orders within Australia. (This discount and free postage offer only valid within Australia)

Offer valid until the 30th of September 2021.



Spring Konshinkai

Thanks to everyone who attended the online Spring Konshinkai, it was great to see both new and familiar faces. Rotating through the rooms it was great to see people coming together, sharing some light hearted banter and talking about all things topical.

While the Olympics quiz was fiercely contested it was a tonne of fun and in the end Timmy Tam prevailed for his second win this year. Look out for the next Konshikai in early October and we look forward to seeing you there.

For those with a trivia itch:

Question: What was Melbourne’s original name? (answer below)

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Answer: Batmania


eCommerce in Japan program

Join a comprehensive online eCommerce training program, designed to support and equip Victorian exporters to reach online shoppers and navigate Japanese eCommerce platforms.

The eCommerce in Japan program will assist you to operate effectively on Japanese eCommerce platforms, building critical knowledge and skills to facilitate export outcomes.

• Enhance your understanding of Japanese business capabilities, building critical knowledge and skills to facilitate export outcomes.

• Broaden your existing market entry strategy for Japan and develop and refine your focus on eCommerce.

• Access new opportunities in one of the world’s largest eCommerce markets

• Gain the latest insights and trends on consumer preferences and the Japanese business environment.

This program is developed and delivered by Asialink Business in partnership with the Victorian Government through Global Victoria.

Program Dates: Thursday 7 October 2021 – Thursday 28 October 2021

Registrations close: Wednesday 6 October 2021




    


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