Introduction of the JCWA
The Japan Clock & Watch Association (JCWA) was established in April 1948 as a voluntary organization for the development of the domestic horological industry.
In November 1982, with the approval of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), it was reorganized as an independent and non-profit incorporated association.
Since its establishment, the JCWA has been continuing in its endeavor to cope with important horological issues and promote further expansion of the global horological industry.
The JCWA celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1998.
JAPAN CLOCK & WATCH ASSOCIATION (JCWA)
5F, Nissin. Bld, 1-6-4, Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0073, Japan
Tel.: (+81) 3-5276-3411
Fax.: (+81) 3-5276-3414
Members: 8 companies
Supporting member: 1 company
Commit and contribute to the further development of the global economy and the domestic horological industry by promoting the manufacture, world trade, distribution and consumption of watches and clocks through communications with watch and clock manufacturers, associations and organizations worldwide.
Gather information about domestic & international issues of horological industry & trade and study to propose flexible measures for improvement.
Promote activities of the ISO standardization, and cooperate to communicate with domestic & international organizations and associations.
Organize division committees and working groups to fulfill the purpose of the JCWA .
- Managing Director (Secretary General)
- Trade & Industry Affairs Division
- Technical & Standardization Division
- General Affairs Division