KITA.ORG

Overseas Centers

Introduction

KITA has established a strong network of overseas centers to promote international trade and foster economic cooperation. It operates 12 global centers in major cities around the globe.

Washington D.C.
New York
Dallas
Brussels
UAE
Warsaw
Ho Chi Minh
New Delhi
Jakarta
Tokyo
Beijing
Shanghai

New York

New York

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C.

Brussels

Brussels

New Delhi

New Delhi

Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh

UAE

UAE

Jakarta

Jakarta

Tokyo

Tokyo

Beijing

Beijing

Shanghai

Shanghai

Dallas

Dallas

Gateway to Japan Economies

The Tokyo Branch of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA) was established in 1948 to promote bilateral economic and trade cooperation between Korea and Japan, to help Korean companies expand their presence in the Japanese market, and to advocate for their rights and interests.

Through various collaborations with the headquarters and related organizations in Japan, the Tokyo Branch strives to provide tangible benefits to member companies by supporting them to participate in trade fairs and market opening missions, arranging and counseling on import and export transactions, providing information on Japanese economic and market trends, and investigating and recommending business difficulties of Korean companies in Japan.

We also serve as the secretariat of the Korean Business Association (KOBA), founded in 1993, and strive to serve as a bridge between the government and industry in Japan and Korea.

As a business facilitator for our member companies, the KITA Tokyo branch promises to be a partner in developing the Japanese market.

Support for holding an exhibition consultation for Korean products in Tokyo (April).
Support for organizing export consultation meetings for Japanese companies (Seoul and local governments).
Support for procurement of Korean products for Japanese companies.
Assistance in arranging buyers for companies wishing to export to Japan (in cooperation with tradekorea).
Identification of difficulties related to Korea-Japan trade and suggestions for resolution.
Collection of information on Japanese economic trade and market/marketing.
Research on trends related to Japan's major industries and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Research on the business environment and difficulties of Korean companies in Japan.
Expanding business cooperation and ties with government agencies such as the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).
Enhancing exchanges with private business organizations such as the Korea Japan Economic Association (KJE), Japan Business Federation, Japan Trade Association, etc.
Participating in trade-related international conferences and seminars.
Holding a breakfast meeting for CEOs of Korean-Japanese companies.
Dispatching exemplary employees of Korean companies in Japan to visit the Korean economy.
Holding briefing sessions on major issues such as exchange rate, tax system, labor law, etc.
Publishing directory of member companies.
Holding seminars for early settlement of expatriates in Japan.
  • Ji Sook LeeManager
    +81-3-6826-5175 t.miyamoto@kita.or.kr
    • General Affairs.
    • Accounting and bookkeeping.
    • Buyer matching and export counseling support.
Address
Prudential Tower 3F, 2-13-10, Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014, JAPAN
Tel
+81-3-6826-5170
Fax
+81-3-6826-5171~2
Email
jjpp@kita.net