The U.S.-Japan Council is supported by individuals, foundations, corporations and government grants that help us promote understanding and collaboration between the U.S. and Japan and that share our belief that strong U.S.-Japan relations are essential to global security and prosperity.
Financial contributions enable us to develop educational programs that advance the discussion on vital U.S.-Japan issues, organize networking events that allow Japanese Americans to engage with their Japanese counterparts, coordinate regional, national and international business and legislative networking initiatives and serve as a trusted resource for U.S.-Japan related information through our communications and publications. Donations to the U.S.-Japan Council are tax deductible as permitted by law under the 501(c)3 provisions of the U.S. tax code. The U.S.-Japan Council's Employer Identification Number is 90-0447211.
The U.S.-Japan Council (Japan) is incorporated in Japan as a Public Interest Corporation (koeki zaidan hojin) and donations are tax deductible as permitted by law. The U.S.-Japan Council (Japan) Public Interest Corporation name is: Koueki Zaidan Hojin Beinichi Kaunshiru – Japan.
Annual Conference sponsorship opportunities are available.
Corporate Membership opportunities are available.
Regional Sponsorship opportunities are available.
Our sponsors and contributors are annually acknowledged in the U.S.-Japan Council’s Annual Reports. To see the list for 2017, click here.
For corporate and individual contribution opportunities, contact Irene Hirano Inouye at (202) 223-6840 or Junko Tsuda, Executive Director, at email@example.com or 03-4510-3400.
To make an online contribution, please click here.