Trade and Business Organizations
North Alabama Japanese Business Association-Business group for expatriate Japanese businesspeople. They host a golf tournament.
Japanese Business Retired and Private Local Business Group (Charlotte)-Comprised of retired local Japanese company employees and members of the local community.
Japanese Restaurant and Chef Group (Charlotte)-Comprised of local Japanese restaurateurs.
Piedmont Japanese Business AssociationAssociation of Japanese companies in the Piedmont area (Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point) with approximately 110 members.
Triangle Japanese Business Association-Association of Japanese companies in Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill Research Triangle area that was established in 1994. It currently has 25 member companies.
Japan-America Association of South Carolina-JAASC was created in 1988 due to the increasing number of Japanese-owned businesses establishing operations in South Carolina. Its mission is to promote a greater interest in and understanding of the culture and society of Japan and the United States through the operation of Japanese Saturday Schools and through meaningful social and cultural events. It currently has 20 member companies.
*Page updated July 2012
This directory was compiled by the Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta with the support of The Japan-America Society of Alabama, The Japan-America Society of Georgia, The Japan-America Society of Charlotte, The North Carolina Japan Center, The Japan-America Society of Western South Carolina, and The Japan-Virginia Society. Specific listings have been gathered from information provided to the Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta and from public information sources. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of listings, but we cannot guarantee that there will be no errors. The Consulate General of Japan takes no legal liability for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information listed in this resource directory, or for the conduct of organizations or businesses listed. Furthermore, links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of the views contained therein.