Event Details

Germany and Japan share a deep, dense, and long history of mutual admiration and collaboration. Both nations also remain the central free economy and democratic rule of law-based socio-political powerhouses in their respective regions, the Indo-Pacific for Japan and Europe for Germany. And both nations now face similar challenges - how can domestic national interests be re-calibrated to the growing competition between the United States and China? And why the German-Japan relationship is growing even stronger.

The current German Ambassador to Japan, H.E. Dr. Clemens von Goetze, brings a wealth of experience with his prior posting as Ambassador to the People's Republic of China allowing for many unique insights into how a leading power can adapt and lead during times of rapidly evolving new global realities. Join us for what promises to be a unique insight into the realities of Germany's strengths, challenges, and opportunities.

Event and Registration Details

  • This event will be conducted in-person and online, and registration is required.
  • In-person participation is for members and guests only. Please pay your fee by credit card or at the door.
  • Online participation is for members and guests only and free.

To attend online, please sign up from the registration form for online participation.


In-person: Founding Member

This ticket is for in-person attendance for Asia Society Japan Founding Members only.

Member Price Complimentary
In-person: Guest

This ticket is for in-person attendance for members’ guests or Asia21 Fellows.
- Standard Price: Pay online
- Door Price: Pay at the door on the day

Standard Price ¥5,500
Door Price ¥6,000


International House of Japan (B1)


If you have any questions please contact Asia Society Japan Center

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