The Kyoto Chamber of Commerce (KCC) loves Kyoto cultivated in 1200 years of history, tradition and culture, and aims to develop a vibrant Kyoto industry that is open to the world. Also, the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce aims to improve the urban character of Kyoto by inheriting the spirit of enterprisingness and the spirit of its predecessors who have nurtured culture.
The Kyoto Chamber of Commerce aims to be a comprehensive regional economic organization that responds to the needs of its members, is trusted, and continues to act and take on challenges.
Kyoto Chamber of Commerce
- Kyoto Economic Center, Shijo-dori Muromachi Higashiiri, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8565
Specified Merchant Industry System:
The Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in order to promote comprehensive improvement and development of commerce and industry in Kyoto city, accurately grasps the actual situation of specified commerce and industry and creates a “commercial and industry statutory ledger” to ensure that the business of the commerce and industry is appropriate. It is stipulated by law that it should be used for smooth implementation. In order to allow some specified traders to bear a part of the cost of creating and managing this ledger, we request the cooperation of the contribution (4,000 yen per year) with the approval of the mayor of Kyoto.
Specified Trader: As of April 1, we have a business office such as a head office and factory in Kyoto city for 6 months or more, and we are engaged in business activities. The amount of capital or total paid-in capital is 3 million yen or more or employees. Establishments with a minimum of 20 persons (5 persons in the commerce and service industry) that are the target of the establishment overview survey in the region conducted by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
At the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce, members of the Diet, who are selected from among the members, play a central role in policy making and business management. The current term of office (3 years) for members will expire on the last day of October 2019.
Courtesy: Kyoto Chamber of Commerce