Investing in Community. An article in American Chamber of Commerce in Japan’s monthly “Journal” magazine


Our work in Kochi was featured in Japan’s most active and engaged international business community, the American Chamber of Commerce Japan (ACCJ)’s monthly magazine.

Titled “Investing in Community”, the article talks about our rural revitalisation efforts in Otoyo, Kochi, the beauty it offers, the CrossFit retreat project and working with Otoyo residents to bring health and wellness to the community.

Link to AJCC Journal Vol.58

About the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan

The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) was established in 1948 as a means to further develop commerce between the United States of America and Japan, promote the interests of U.S. companies and members, and improve the international business environment in Japan including the commitment to demonstrating responsible corporate citizenship. 

The ACCJ is a non-profit membership organisation run by and for its members. Today the ACCJ has offices in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, and represents over 3,000 members from 600 companies and 40 countries. Find out more