|Company Name||Embassy of Canada to Japan|
|Country of Company HQ||Canada|
|Location of Company||Japan|
Over the past 90 years, Canada and Japan have been working together as business partners and allies to build a better world, and have maintained a dynamic relationship as neighbors across the Pacific Ocean.
Today, Japan-Canada relations are energetically promoted by scholars, artists, young people and people of all fields, as well as business people and government officials. A network of wide and deep relationships, such as government agreements and cooperation mechanisms, business alliances, sister city building, and inter-organizational cooperation in all areas, make it strong and unwavering.
|Location||7-3-38 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Tokyo 107-8503, Japan
|President||Ian Barney, Ambassador of Canada to Japan|
|Year of Establishment||1929|
|Number of Employees||100-150|
|Description of Business||
Public Affairs Section
Consular Section (English / French)
In addition to the above, there are Political and Economic Section, Defence Relations, and the Management Services which are involved in promoting the Japan-Canada relationship through activities in their respective fields.
|Aoyama-ichome Station, Ginza Line, Tokyo Metro
Aoyama-ichome Station, Hanzomon Line, Tokyo Metro
Aoyama-ichome Station, Oedo Line, Toei Subway