FEW Japan is a collective of globally-minded, English-speaking women who motivate, inspire, and connect with one another through powerful programming, intimate gatherings, and a constant exchange of ideas. A Creative Community of Women in Japan.
OUR MEMBERS AT A GLANCE
WHAT MAKES FEW SPECIAL
The women at FEW are our most important asset and we take connecting them to one another seriously.
One of the best ways to meet new people and make long-lasting connections is through engaging activities.
From personal growth workshops, and lunch mixers to professional network opportunities, FEW has it all.
See exactly how we accomplish our goals.
Build valuable and long-lasting relationships with potential partners, clients, and friends
Learn from women leaders and experts in various fields and enhance your skills at our professional and personal development workshops and seminars led by professional coaches and facilitators
Through FEW’s various social media channels, partnerships, and sponsors, keep up-to-date on what is happening in Tokyo and around the world while engaging in new connections built by the FEW network
FEW connected me to a whole cadre of inspiring people. If you lean toward introversion, like me, getting actively involved is a sure way to be more comfortable in an organization.
Joining FEW was a first for me, but I was welcomed with open arms. The genuine interest in helping one another succeed flies in the face of awful stereotypes associated with women. We're not here to compete with each other but to propel each other forward. And that's a beautiful thing.
Petra Canon Trudell
Freelance Writer / Internet Strategist
It was thanks to the upcoming publication of my second book that I stumbled into FEW, being asked to present on a fashion-themed panel in late 2015. I was soon back for another monthly meeting not as a present, but a member. Now I am a regular attendee of both monthly meetings and the Women's Start-Up Club, and it is with FEWs support and bonhomie that I consider the next stage of my encounter with Japan.