Take a break from work and join us for delicious food and great networking at our monthly midweek lunch gathering. This time, the mixer will be at Parisian-style salad bar, Citron, in Gaienmae!
Join us for the first of our new Mentoring Moments Senpai Dinner series exclusively for FEW members! This month, Jodi Harris of World Tree Coaching, LLC., and Yoga Instructor and Holistic Wellness coach Ann-Katrin van Schie will answer questions on how to find balance and incorporate mindfulness into your daily professional and personal lives.
Join us for this interactive workshop where oriental dance instructor, Sara Amira, will take you on a journey of the origins of belly dance and help you rediscover your roots and spirit through movement and dance.
Join us as Megumi Ishimoto of NPO Women's Eye and Dr. Jackie F. Steele, a political scientist, share how diverse young women are serving as grassroots agents of progressive change in Tohoku as they #PressforProgess.
We’re proud of the diversity of the FEW community as we’ve grown over the past 35 years.
FEW established as a business and social networking organization by two foreign female entrepreneurs
Foreign women attended FEW's first meeting on Oct. 29, 1981
FEW Kansai launched in Osaka
FEW opened to Japanese women and rebranded to For Empowering Women in Japan to diversify membership
Presidents have led FEW since its inception
Monthly networking meetings held to date
Monthly networking meetings per year
Average attendees at FEW meetings during 2015-2016
Women's Start-Up Club meetings per year
Directors from 8 countries make up the FEW volunteer board
Special events and lunch mixers annually
Strategic partners whose support helps us achieve our mission
FEW members as of May 2017
Percentage of members who identify as entrepreneurs
This month representatives of Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center (PBV) share how they are assisting disaster-affected people and strengthening disaster resilience of communities both local and globallyLearn more »