The 26th Japanese young political leaders delegation to the US visited DC, North Carolina, and Seattle to meet with US national and local policymakers, experts, Japanese embassy officials, business leaders, and others.
Six local-level legislators and political leaders from the United States visited Tokyo, Ibaraki, Okayama, and Kyoto for meetings with policy experts, policymakers, business and NGO leaders, and others.
The 2013 delegation of six state and local-level US political leaders visited Tokyo, Kumamoto Prefecture, and Kanagawa Prefecture for a series of meetings and roundtables with national policymakers, business leaders, and prefectural and local-level officials.
The 2013 Japanese delegation of young political leaders traveled to DC, Rhode Island, and Colorado to meet national and local policymakers and officials, business leaders, experts, and others.
The 2012 US delegation to Japan met with Japanese policymakers, experts, NGO representatives, educators, and local officials in Iwate, Tokyo, Kumamoto, and Nara.
The 2012 US-Japan Young Political Leaders Exchange Program brought the 24th Japanese delegation to the US, providing an opportunity for them to meet and engage in discussions with the Japanese ambassador, state representatives, and ACYPL alumni.
The 2011 US delegation visited Tokyo, Okayama, Hiroshima, Hyogo, and Kyoto for two weeks of meetings with Japanese policymakers, business leaders, and prefectural officials.
The 2011 Japanese delegation to the US visited Washington DC, Minnesota, and Colorado to meet with national and local officials and policymakers, business leaders, and others.
The 2010 US-Japan Young Political Leaders Exchange Program brought American state and local officials to Tokyo, Yamagata, Aichi, and Kyoto to meet with national and local policymakers, experts, business leaders, and others.
Six Japanese Diet staff members and party staff members visited Washington DC, Maryland, and Hawaii, meeting with government officials and experts on campaign finance, lobbying, green tech, and more.