Japanese-German Forum | 31st Forum

At the 31st Japanese-German Forum, held in Berlin, Germany, Japanese and German politicians, policy experts, business leaders, and journalists discussed key bilateral topics—from global warming, accepting immigrants, addressing low birth rates and aging societies, and security expenditures, to the implications of the ongoing Ukrainian Crisis, and bilateral cooperation to strengthen economic security.

Japanese-German Forum | 30th Forum

Tomiko Ichikawa speaking at the 30th Japanese-German Forum

At the 30th Japanese-German Forum, held in-person for the first time since the beginning of COVID-19, Japanese and German politicians, policy experts, business leaders, and journalists discussed key bilateral topics.

Japanese-German Forum | 29th Forum

Japanese and German politicians, policy experts, business leaders, and journalists participated in a virtual forum to discuss key issues for Japan, Germany, and their bilateral relationship.

Japanese-German Forum | 20th Forum

The 20th Japanese–German Forum was held on October 4–5, 2011, bringing 36 participants from both countries together in Tokyo. During the forum, the participants discussed key issues pertinent to the bilateral relationship.

Japanese-German Forum | 23rd Forum

The 23rd Japanese-German Forum brought together more than three dozen business leaders, policy experts, and politicians. In their Berlin meeting, they discussed the current domestic trends in Germany and Japan; the two countries’ respective responses to recent security challenges

Japanese-German Forum | 9th Forum

The 9th Japanese-German Forum met in Berlin on February 3–5, 2001. The Forum organized five sessions, and discussed the impact of changes in the international environment and the prospects of two countries; the problems of the aging societies; and stronger relationship between two countries in the future.

Japanese-German Forum | 8th Forum

The eighth meeting of the Japanese-German Forum was held in Tokyo on February 5–7, 2000. Thirty-seven members of the Forum gathered to discuss political and economic trends within Japan and Germany; common challenges posed by demographic changes and the future of social security in the two countries; and international issues such as regional security.

Japanese-German Forum | 28th Forum

Japanese and German politicians, policy experts, business leaders, and journalists gathered in Tokyo to discuss key issues for Japan, Germany, and their bilateral relationship.

Japanese-German Forum | 24th Forum

The 24th Japanese-German Forum was held on October 27–29, 2015 in Tokyo. Discussions focused on three topics: “Domestic Challenges and Political Response,” “Growth and Well-Being in an Aging Society—Potentials of Social Innovation and Limitations,” and “Foreign and Security Policy, More Active Role of Japan and Germany.”

Japanese-German Forum | 25th Forum

On October 18–20, more than 40 Japanese and German politicians, policy experts, business leaders, and journalists gathered in Berlin to discuss key issues facing Japan, Germany, and their bilateral relationship.