CNRS Tokyo Office

The CNRS Office for North-East Asia, based in Tokyo, Japan, is a bridge between CNRS – and, more generally, all CNRS affiliated French research makers – and Japanese, Taiwanese, and South Korean research institutions.

The CNRS Tokyo office was created in 1991 and celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2021. It is currently located at the Embassy of France in Japan.

OUR MISSIONS

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REPRESENTING

CNRS vis-à-vis the science and technology players in Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea

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DEVELOPING

the best partnerships by supporting the creation of structuring collaborations

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ORGANIZING

visits and meetings for high-level delegations from North-East Asia and CNRS

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MONITORING

the local S&T activity and informing the CNRS community (news bulletin, Twitter account)

THE TEAM

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Jacques MALEVAL, Director of the Tokyo Office

Ryuko NAKAMURA, Assistant for Administration and Finance

Clément DUPUIS, International Cooperation Officer

CONTACT US

 

CNRS Regional Office Japan – South Korea – Taiwan
c/o Embassy of France in Japan
4-11-44 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku
Tokyo 106-8514 – Japan

 

Email: derci.tokyo [at] cnrs.fr (please replace [at] by @)
Phone: +81-3-5798-6183
Fax: +81-3-5798-6179

 

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