Join us for delicious food and great networking on Wednesday, August 31 for our monthly midweek lunch gathering at Royal Garden Cafe in Shibuya.
Join us for our September monthly meeting and hear from Janelle Sasaki, Executive Director of the Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Services at Ernst & Young Japan, who'll share her insights on how striving for diversity and include can improve your business and your community.
Come learn the basics of capoeira, a traditional Brazilian martial arts form that combines dynamic movement with music and performance.
Join us for the first WSC meeting of the year where we'll discuss what's going on in our own business ventures and plan for an exciting year of content to help you succeed.
We’re proud of the diversity of the FEW community as we’ve grown over the past 35 years.
FEW was established by two foreign female entrepreneurs wanting to create a business and social networking organisation similar to those back home
Foreign women attended FEW's first meeting on October 29, 1981 at the Tokyo Prince Hotel
FEW Kansai was born
FEW opened to Japanese women and name changed from Foreign Executive Women to FEW: For Empowering Women in order to diversify the membership
Presidents have led FEW since its inception
Monthly networking meetings per year
Average number of women attending each FEW monthly meeting during 2015-2016
Women's Start-Up Club meetings per year
Special events and lunch mixers annually
Strategic partners whose invaluable support helps us in our missions
FEW members as of August 2016
Average number of women joining FEW each month during the 2015-2016 FEW year
We welcome women from all nationalities, professions and backgrounds. Our four membership categories provide various benefits and a range of options to suit all women in Japan.Learn more »