Information on the Japan/Kansai area
- Related Organizations of PREX
- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) JICA is responsible for the technical cooperation aspect of Japan's ODA programs. At the request of JICA, PREX organizes many seminar programs. http://www.jica.go.jp/english/
- The Overseas Human Resources and Industry Development Association (HIDA)
HIDA is an organization for human resources development in developing countries to promote technical cooperation through training, experts dispatch and other programs. http://www.hidajapan.or.jp/hida/en/index.html
- Kansai Economic Federation (KANKEIREN) Kankeiren has its headquarters in Osaka, Kansai, in the center of Japan. The cities of Nara and Kyoto, former capitals of Japan, are located in the Kansai region, which throughout its long history has played a leading role in the development of politics, economics, culture and academic achievement. At the request of KANKEIREN, PREX organizes the seminars for ASEAN countries. http://www.kankeiren.or.jp/English/
Global Environment Forum-KANSAI（GEF-K）
GEF-K, which comprises business corporations, local government agencies, academicians and local citizens, is a body established to address global environmental challenges through workshop discussions, research and policy recommendations. It also aimed to raise environmental awareness locally and globally especially in the Asian region through various activities.
- Information of the Business Support
- IBPC Osaka Investment Promotion Center Activating Business Exchange in the Asia and Pacific Region
We offer both hardware support and an advanced level of software support, including vital information on the market and potential customers.
-Business Support Office (BSO) Free use by businesspersons from BPCs
-Consulting by experienced trade adviser
Displaying merchandise in the Foreign Access Zone http://www.ibpcosaka.or.jp/e/index.html
- Information on the Kansai Area
- Kansai Window This site is managed by the Kansai Council and Kansai International Public Relations Promotion Office (KIPPO). http://www.kansai.gr.jp/e/index.html
REKISHI KAIDOWelcome to Japan's Cultural Properties This site introduces 33choice travel itineraries to the Kansai's five world Heritage and so on.
Portal site for Sustainable City Development in Kansai, Japan(GEF-K)
The site disseminates information of the environmental policies in Kansai’s leading cities and related business sector’s state-of-the-art projects and technologies to all interested audiences especially the Asian city policy makers and business people.