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Over three days (October 13-15), the Mayor will meet with senior Japanese politicians, business leaders, investors and some of Japan’s most innovative and green thinking manufacturers in Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama.He will promote life sciences, tech and innovation, and champion London’s big brand retail exports.Last year alone, Japan was the fourth largest investor in London with enormous potential to become an even more important partner.Since 2003, Japan has invested close to £500 billion in almost 12,000 foreign projects, creating 2.6 million jobs around the world.The Mayor will visit motoring manufacturers Toyota and Mitsubishi to discuss the potential for a cleaner and greener transport future.The Mayor will also turn a spotlight on London’s world-beating financial technology industry.Together they will promote London’s expertise in cell and gene therapy and regenerative medicine.
London’s unique position as a world class financial centre and home to some of the world’s top universities and medical institutions is creating the perfect location to translate the most cutting-edge science into real life benefits for patients, where the number of new jobs in life sciences has tripled in the last year.) or you want to go shopping in some of the world’s best shopping areas, Japan is the place to visit!Japan is famous for its temples and shrines - you could spend weeks in cities such as Kyoto or Nara feasting your eyes on architectural marvels and historic monuments.In recent years London has become a world beater in hosting major global sports events.The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games has already left a lasting legacy of sports participation and led to the complete regeneration of the Stratford area around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, creating new homes, schools, arts and business space, and first class sporting facilities.
Banging the drum for the capital’s burgeoning bio-science industry, the Mayor will be accompanied by leading academics from Med City, an organisation he launched in 2014 to promote and lead the growth of the world-leading life sciences cluster in London and the South East of England.