The Japan–Taiwan Exchange Association (日本台湾交流協会, Nihon Taiwan Kōryū Kyōkai) (Chinese: 日本台灣交流協會; pinyin: Rìběn Táiwān Jiāoliú Xiéhuì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ji̍t-pún Tâi-oân Kau-liû Hia̍p-hōe), formerly known as Interchange Association, is an organization that represents the interests of Japan in Taiwan. In 2017, the current name was adopted. Its counterpart in Japan is the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Japan, formerly the office of the Association of East Asian Relations (1972-1992). It has offices in Tokyo, in Taipei and in Kaohsiung. More information...

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