Report of Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake
On March 11, the Tohoku Region in northeastern Japan was struck by the Tohoku Pacific Earthquake, a 9.0 quake, the biggest earthquake in 120 years in the history of Japan.
Greater Nagoya Initiative Center would like to offer our deepest condolences to the persons affected by this catastrophe.
We also hope and pray that the people in troubled area will be able to return to their normal lives quickly and that the region will recover quickly.
We have received so many messages of concern and encouragement from our friends and colleagues in various countries, and we are most grateful for all the support that we have been shown.
During this time, if there are any concerns regarding conducting business in Japan or questions about the situation on the damaged area, please contact us at +81-(0) 52-223-7340 or e-mail us.
Please understand that under these circumstances, some projects will be temporarily postponed or delayed because of the disaster. Other than these projects, Greater Nagoya Initiative Center will remain and continue to support non-Japanese companies who need to establish or relocate their business.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience these measures may cause.
With your support and assistance, Greater Nagoya Initiative Center will be able to continue our work towards the promotion of business.
Greater Nagoya Initiative Center (GNIC)
C/O JETRO Nagoya / Nagoya Center Bldg.
Annex 8F 2-22, Nishiki,2-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0003 Japan