The Finnish-Japanese Chamber of Commerce was established in 1981. Its domicile is the city of Helsinki, Finland. Its secretarial is at the Finland Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization.
The purpose of the Chamber of Commerce is to develop the relations between Finland and Japan in the fields of trade, industry and other lines of business and to create a better awareness of existing possibilities to enhance business relations between the two countries.
The Finnish-Japanese Chamber of Commerce forms a forum for discussion. To pursue its aims, the Chamber of Commerce arranges meetings and lectures or other festive events for its members and gives information on trade between Finland and Japan. Once a year, in August, there is a special Golf event. The Chamber of Commerce is in close cooperation with the Embassy of Japan.
There are some 70 company members, 29 individual members and 3 honorary members representing various sectors, such as trade, industry, services, banking, transport and tourism.
Membership fees for year 2016:
corporate membership € 120,-
private membership € 20,-
The present Chairman of the Finnish-Japanese Chamber of Commerce is Mr. Juha Pitkänen, DF Green Oy.