Export University Series: Japan | June 6 | Honolulu

Aloha Kākou!

We would like to invite you to join us for a special Export University Series seminar on exporting to Japan! Japan is Hawaii’s #1 trading partner, and this seminar will explore new opportunities for Hawaii products and services including consumer products, cosmetics, gifts, food products, active wear & more! Learn about the exciting prospects for Hawaii companies in the Japanese market directly from country representatives and business leaders!

The seminar will feature Yuri Arthur, Commercial Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. During our panel discussion, we will hear from local businesspeople who will share their secrets for doing business in Japan successfully. Learn how to leverage Hi-STEP (http://invest.hawaii.gov/exporting/histep/) grant funded tradeshow opportunities. We will also cover the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and seek to answer the question: If TPP becomes law, how will it affect the Hawaii – Japan trading relationship?

Don’t miss this opportunity!


Export University Series: Japan

Featured Speakers

Yuri Arthur, Commercial Officer, U.S. Embassy Tokyo

Kazuko Tsurumachi, Commercial Specialist, U.S. Embassy Tokyo

Panel Speakers

Jorma Winkler, Owner, JACY Inc.

Neil Arakaki, President, Menehune Mac

Sal Miwa, CEO, Myland Realty Hawaii

Steve Sombrero, President, NAI Chaney Brooks

Tab Bowers, Vice President, American Savings Bank


Session Information

Monday, June 6 | 8:45am-11:00am

Hawaii Foreign Trade Zone No. 9 | Homer Maxey International Trade Center

ITC Conference Room, 2nd Floor | 521 Ala Moana Boulevard, Pier 2 | Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Export University Series Japan (click on this link for the flyer)



Cost: $10 per person | Register Now! Space is limited!


PayPal preferred. Cash and checks are also accepted

You can also e-mail: alex@hawaiiexportsupport.com or call 808.522.8040 by June 2, 2016.


Mahalo nui loa to our partners at DBEDT, Hawaii Foreign Trade Zone, Hawaii Pacific Export Council and Japan-America Society of Hawaii for their support in making this event possible.