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  • 2 Nov 2018 10:43 | Katsura Ogishima (Administrator)

    Thanks to the Raffle Prize Sponsors, we have great raffle prizes for the SACCJ Christmas Gala Party. Don’t miss the chance to win one of these great prizes! Stay tuned for more!



    South African Airways

    2 Round trip economy class tickets between Hong Kong and Cape Town via Johannesburg

    ヨハネスブルグ経由 香港ーケープタウン間 往復航空券2(エコノミークラス)




    Diamond jewelry




    Euro Merican Fashions

    Several prizes for bespoke sports jackets, trousers and shirts




    Table Mountain

    Premium South African Wine




    Rio Tinto

    Premium South African Wine


  • 15 Oct 2018 23:31 | Katsura Ogishima (Administrator)

    SACCJ board of directors would like to thank all of you for attending the SACCJ Braai at the Ambassadors Residence held on 14 Oct.

    First of all, we would like to sincerely thank Ambassador DLOMO for his kindness and generosity for letting us use his beautiful residence for our event.

    Special thanks goes out to our platinum corporate and individual members for attending and inviting their guests.


    We would like to also thank Mr. Yamashita, the mayor of Kamisato machi in Saitama, for attending and giving our members a chance to enjoy special seasonal NASHIs / Japanese pears from his area.


    We hope all of you had a good time and enjoyed the South African food and wine a lot.


    Thank you so much for your continuous cooperation and support.


    Look forward to seeing you again soon.


    1014日に行われましたSACCJ Braai at Ambassadors Residenceにつきまして、ご参加いただきました皆様にSACCJ理事一同より心からお礼申し上げます。

    在日南アフリカ共和国大使 サイレンス・ロモ 閣下におかれましては、イベントのために大使公邸庭園を快くお貸しいただけたことを感謝申し上げます。


    また、埼玉県上里町 山下町長様におかれましては、温かいお言葉をいただき、さらにめったに食べることができない「新高」梨をたくさんいただきありがとうございました。






  • 27 Sep 2018 18:59 | Katsura Ogishima (Administrator)


    We regret to inform you that SACCJ Braai at Ambassador's Residence taking place on 29th September will be postponed  because of the bad weather forecast for Saturday.  We will shortly announce a new date, while the venue and timing of the event will remain the same.

    Please accept our apologies for any inconveniences this may cause you. 

    Wewill issue full refunds to those who cannot attend on the new date. 

    If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

    Again, thank you very much for your understanding and look forward to seeing you soon.



    SACCJ Braai at Ambassador’s Residence』延期のお知らせ

       9月29日(土)に開催予定の『SACCJ Braai at Ambassador’s Residence』は、当日悪天候が予想されるため、大変申し訳ありませんが、やむなく延期とさせていただくことと致しましたのでお知らせいたします。新しい日程は、現在調整中ですので、決まり次第再度ご連絡申し上げます。(日程の変更のみで場所と時間の変更はございません。)


       日程変更のためご都合がつかず、返金をご希望の場合は、銀行口座への返金 もしくはPaypal経由で全額返金いたします。詳細は追ってご連絡させていただきます。


                 連絡先:在日南アフリカ商工会議所 事務局

  • 20 Sep 2018 14:37 | Katsura Ogishima (Administrator)

    Rugby Alliance launches, coalition of 8 international Chambers of Commerce, supporting Rugby World Cup 2019

    Sept. 20, 2018

    Tokyo, Japan (September 20, 2018) With only one year until the Rugby World Cup, 8 foreign Chambers of Commerce in Japan have formally announced the creation of a coalition, The Rugby Alliance, launched at a special event “Rugby World Cup 2019 – One Year To Go” on Wednesday, September 19 at Happo-en.

    The mission of The Rugby Alliance is to support Japan’s delivery of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, fostering a legacy of more inclusive communities that embrace opportunities for international business and exchange.

    To solidify the intent of the coalition, an official certificate was received by CEO of the Rugby World Cup 2019 Organising Committee, Mr Akira Shimazu.

    Representing 10 of the 19 nations that will be playing in the Rugby World Cup 2019, The Rugby Alliance is comprised of the following Chambers of Commerce in Japan.

    Rugby Alliance members:

    Rugby World Cup 2019 – One Year To Go” was attended by over 300 guests, including special guests World Rugby Chairman, Bill Beaumont, World Rugby Vice Chairman, Agustin Pichot, World Rugby CEO, Brett Gosper, World Rugby COO and Head of Rugby World Cup, Alan Gilpin, and World Rugby Executive Director - Rugby World Cup 2019, Rob Abernethy.

    In addition to the formal announcement of The Rugby Alliance, guests were treated to a panel discussion with Japan Wheelchair Rugby player and bronze medalist, Hiroyuki Misaka, and former Sakura Sevens player, Aya Nakajima.

    Melanie Brock, Chair Emeritus of the Australian New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan said, “The Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan provides Japanese business and our joint Chamber members a rare opportunity to work together and that’s exciting and a privilege. Moreover, the Japan-wide nature of the World Cup, allows us to engage with and learn more about regional Japan. RWC 2019 will reshape the way the world sees the country.”

    Jaco Minnaar, Chair of the South African Chamber of Commerce in Japan said, "Rugby World Cup 2019 will mark the first time this prestigious event will be held in Asia, and this provides Japan with a unique opportunity to highlight its culture and promote local business to millions of rugby fans globally. Through support of the international business community in Japan, the Rugby Alliance is set to build out the reach of local communities and to foster diversity and inclusion.  This first event marked the start of that exciting journey, and was a testament to the Alliance’s commitment to Japan, RWC 2019, and business overall."

    Lori Henderson Executive Director of the BCCJ said, “We believe that this event is a key moment in time for communities and businesses – both Japanese and foreign – to celebrate the potential of the RWC 2019 as a once-in-a-generation opportunity and an agent for societal innovation. We’re excited that the Rugby Alliance Chambers have pledged to support Japan's 12 host cities in delivering an outstanding tournament next year.”

    In addition to the eight Japan-based international Chambers of Commerce that comprise the Rugby Alliance, this event was co-hosted by the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

    Local Japanese Chambers of Commerce from host cities joined, utilising the event to promote regional travel and tourism.

    This event marks the first of three collaborative events to be hosted by the Rugby Alliance between now and the start of the Rugby World Cup 2019, which will take place in Japan from September 20 to November 2. The global tournament will involve 20 international teams and be comprised of 48 matches in 12 host cities across Japan. It is the first time for the tournament to be held in Asia.



    For more information about the event, including photos:  

    For more information about the Rugby Alliance: 

    Secure Rugby World Cup tickets in individual ballot HERE

    2019 Rugby World Cup tickets, general HERE


  • 1 Jun 2018 02:33 | Francois Keet

    SACCJ winemakers dinner with Catherine Marshall and Liesl Rust of Paul Kruger wines - what a special evening and wonderful opportunity to savor wines from Elgin together with Japanese cuisine! Thank you to Ambassador Dlomo for joining us and our newest member Kerisha!

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The South African Chamber of Commerce in Japan was established in 2008 to promote trade and commerce as well as enhance friendship and cultural understanding between the two nations. The SACCJ strives to be a reliable first point of contact for businesses and individuals related to South Africa in Japan, and to provide our members with access to a wealth of information and contacts to assist in their projects, ventures and businesses.



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