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U.S. Commercial Service Japan
Our network of trade professionals represents unparalleled global reach. Located in U.S. Embassies and Consulates, we provide market intelligence and business connections. Every day, we advocate on behalf of U.S. firms for easier market entry.

Japan

Trade professionals at each of our two offices in Japan, located at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo and at the U.S. Consulate General in Osaka, are available to help your company identify trade opportunities and local potential trading partners.

Succeed in Japan with the U.S. Commercial Service

Explore key resources and events that can help your international business in Japan.
Trade Events
Connect with our experts and Japanese companies at upcoming trade events.
Indo-Pacific Business Opportunities
Find out how the U.S. Government is supporting U.S. business in Asia.
U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement Fact Sheets
Learn more about U.S.-Japan trade from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
Grow Your Business Through Exporting
Watch short videos for the best ways to expand to new markets.
Virtual Services
Ready to export? Take advantage of our menu of virtual export promotion services.
SelectUSA
Learn about events and support for investing in the United States.

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