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Japan and Vietnam at 50

With 50 years of strong ties, Japan and Vietnam build on synergy, boosting the ASEAN.

Indochina Kajima: An innovative approach to real estate development

Established in 2016, Indochina Kajima is a joint venture between Indochina Capital, one of Vietnam’s leading real estate developers, and Kajima Corp., one of Japan’s largest general contractors and overseas real estate developers.

Nishimura & Asahi: Committed to building a better future together with Vietnam

Established in Japan in 1966, Nishimura & Asahi is Japan’s largest full-service international law firm, with more than 800 professionals throughout the world (including associate and alliance offices).

Yamaha Motor Vietnam ‘Revs Your Heart’ through high-value products and services

Congratulations are in order. This year not only marks the 50th commemorative year of Association of Southeast Asian Nations- Japan relations, but also marks 24 years of the relationship between Vietnam and Yamaha Motor Vietnam.

A Historic Milestone

Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam, Takio Yamada on the 50th anniversary of Japan-Vietnam diplomatic relations

ASEAN-Japan @ 50

Kunihiko Hirabayashi, Secretary General of the ASEAN-Japan Center

Contributing to Vietnam’s economic development

Takeo Nakajima, chief representative JETRO Hanoi and Nobuyuki Matsumoto, chief representative JETRO Ho Chi Minh

JICA Vietnam: Building a Strong Vietnam

Shimizu Akira, Chief Representative of JICA Vietnam speaks with Bridges

The most popular FDI destination in the ASEAN region

Japan’s envoys laud bilateral ties. Japan and Vietnam have dramatically strengthened economic, political and social ties based on our Extensive Strategic Partnership for Peace and Prosperity in Asia.

JTI in Vietnam: Contributing to long-term and sustainable economic growth

“Japanese companies have taken a farsighted and methodical approach in terms of their investments in the Vietnamese market,” said Corrado Mautone, general manager of Japan Tobacco International in Vietnam (JTI Vietnam). JTI’s investments in Vietnam span over 20 years and the company’s strategy reflects its “4S model.”

HCMUT: Excellence in entrepreneurship, training, research and innovation

It has 25,000 students and aims to provide high-quality human resources, leadership and support for the economic, social and environmental needs of Vietnam. Our mission is to create and apply knowledge though scien­tific research and innovation,” shared HCMUT President Mai Thanh Phong.

Business Bites: Vietnam

Bridges: What restaurants would you take Japanese clients and partners visiting Vietnam for the first time?
Tran: As a former post-graduate law student from Kyushu University back in 1999, I have been a big fan of Japanese food. But I must confess that Vietnamese cuisine differs considerably across the country, with each region having its own signature traditional dishes.