About Japan


The Akasaka Palace, known as “Geihinkan”, a State Guest House used to accommodate visiting dignitaries, is the site of the Welcoming Dinner of the 2017 Global Summit of Women.

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  • The world’s third largest economy, Japan boasts a highly attractive business environment which benefits from social and political stability

    Tokyo’s Famed Shibuya Crossing

  • The gateway to the Asia-Pacific region, Japan is a leader in automobile manufacturing, the electronic goods industry, and thrives as a technological innovator and trend-setter

  • Committed to increasing the role of women in leadership positions, the government has set the goal of women holding at least 30% of senior positions in all parts of society by 2020. Tokyo is currently being led by Governor Yuriko Koike, the first woman to hold the office.

Governor of Tokyo, Hon. Yuriko Koike
  • Tokyo, the world’s largest metropolitan economy and home to 14 million people, serves as a hub for Japan’s finance transportation, publishing, electronics and broadcasting industries and is home to 51 Fortune Global 500 companies, more than double any other city in the world.

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Celebrate the Season with Brilliant Light Installations

Known as the “thousand year capital”, Kyoto, Japan was the imperial
capital of Japan for over one thousand years.


Visions of Tokyo:
Top Left- Rainbow Bridge; Bottom Left- Meiji Jingu Shrine
Right- Tokyo Tower with Cherry Blossoms

Ginza Shopping District

Japanese delegates invite Summit participants to Tokyo during the
2016 Global Summit of Women in Warsaw, Poland.