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Tokyo Consumers' Co-operative Union held Dementia Virtual Reality (VR) Experience Course

2018.12.18

Member Co-ops

Tokyo Consumers' Co-operative Union held Dementia Virtual Reality (VR) Experience Course

On August 21, 2018, "Dementia Virtual Reality VR Experience Course" was held at Tokyo Consumers' Co-operative Union. 50 people including members of the Co-ops in Tokyo and Chiba participated in it.

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Co-op Kyosai Plaza received the 59th BCS Award

2018.12.13

JCCU

Co-op Kyosai Plaza received the 59th BCS Award

JCCU completed "Co-op Kyosai Plaza" building in May 2015 as the headquarters of Japan CO-OP Insurance Consumers' Co-operative Federation (JCIF). It recently received the 59th BCS (Building Contractors Society) Award.

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A High Level Conference by the EU Follow-up Committee in the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) was held

2018.12.11

International

A High Level Conference by the EU Follow-up Committee in the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) was held

On November 13, 2018, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) Japan - EU Follow - up Committee held a High - Level Conference on the Japan - EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) in Tokyo.

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What is JCCU?

Japanese Consumer's Co-operative Union (JCCU) was established in March 1951 as the National Federation of Consumer Co-ops in Japan. Today, about 320 consumer co-ops and consumer co-op unions join JCCU and the total of gross sales of the member co-ops is about 3.4 trillion JPY, with total 28 million members. JCCU is the largest consumers' organization in Japan.

What is Consumer Co-op?

A consumer co-op is an autonomous association of consumers united voluntarily to meet their common needs and aspirations.

Consumer Co-op Societies in Japan

  • Member of Consumer Co-ops
    560
    Consumer Co-ops
  • Total Business Turnover
    3.4 Trillion
    JPY
  • Membership
    28 Million
    members

These are approximate figures.

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