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Tokyo: Innovation and Technology Hub:

Visit to Graduate Schools: We can arrange visits to top Japanese business schools such as the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Economics or Hitotsubashi University’s Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy. Attend lectures or workshops led by renowned professors or industry experts.
Company Visits: We can organize visits to leading technology companies and startups in Tokyo, such as Sony, Toyota, or SoftBank. Explore innovation centers like Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills or Shibuya’s Hikarie to learn about Japan’s cutting-edge technologies and startup ecosystem.
Networking Events: We can assist in planning networking events, industry conferences, or meetups to connect with entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and business professionals in Tokyo’s vibrant business community.
Cultural Immersion: Experience Tokyo’s rich cultural heritage with visits to historic sites like the Meiji Shrine, Senso-ji Temple, and traditional neighborhoods like Asakusa and Yanaka.

Kyoto: Tradition and Business Ethics:

Visit to Kyoto University: Tour Kyoto University’s campus and engage in discussions or seminars on business ethics, corporate social responsibility, or sustainable management practices.
Company Visits: Explore Kyoto’s thriving industries, including traditional crafts, hospitality, and tourism. Visit companies like Nintendo, Kyocera, or Shimadzu Corporation to learn about their business strategies and commitment to sustainability.
Zen Meditation and Tea Ceremony: Experience traditional Japanese culture with activities like Zen meditation at a local temple or a tea ceremony led by a tea master. Reflect on the principles of mindfulness, harmony, and respect in business and life.
Cultural Heritage Tours: Explore Kyoto’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion), Kiyomizu-dera Temple, and Fushimi Inari Shrine, to gain insights into Japan’s cultural heritage and aesthetic traditions.

Osaka: Business and Culinary Capital:

Visit to Osaka University: Tour Osaka University’s campuses and attend seminars or workshops on business management, marketing, or entrepreneurship.
Company Visits: Explore Osaka’s dynamic business landscape with visits to leading companies in sectors such as manufacturing, retail, and food and beverage. Visit companies like Panasonic, Daiwa House, or Takashimaya to learn about their operations and corporate culture.
Food Innovation Workshops: Experience Osaka’s renowned food culture with hands-on workshops or culinary tours focused on food innovation, sustainable agriculture, or Japanese cuisine. Learn about the principles of kaizen (continuous improvement) and omotenashi (hospitality) in Japanese business practices.
Dotonbori Street and Osaka Castle: Explore iconic landmarks like Dotonbori Street, known for its vibrant nightlife and street food, and Osaka Castle, a symbol of Japan’s feudal past and economic revival.

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