Sister City Exchange

Sister City Exchange

As of October 2015, there are 108 sister city relationships between Japan and Australia (made up of 102 municipalities and 6 states). Also, there are 41 sister city relationships between Japan and New Zealand. Beginning with visits to their sister city, the sister city relationships provide opportunities for both parties in various areas including education, culture, sports, and economic exchange. The sister city relationships focus on utilizing and promoting the strengths of each municipality.

Our organization, Japan Local Government Centre (CLAIR Sydney), helps municipalities maintain existing sister city relationships by offering advice and assistance in regards to cultural differences, research, information, and so on. We also promote and help form new sister city relationships by introducing municipalities in Australia/New Zealand to those in Japan.

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Australia and Japan: Sister City Relationships

WA SA NT VIC TAS QLD ACT&NSW

Sister City Map - Australia

List of Sister City Relationships
List of Sister State Relationships
New South wales (NSW) / Australian capital Territory(ACT)
Victoria(VIC)
Queensland(QLD)
South Australia (SA)
Western Australia (WA)
Northern Territory (NT)
Tasmania (TAS)

 

New Zealand and Japan: Sister City Relationships

North? South

Sister City Map - New Zealand

List of Sister City Relationships
North Island
South Island

 

 

 

 

Australia/New Zealand and Japan’s sister port relationship

Australia
New Zealand

List of Japanese municipalities that are interested in sister city relationships

http://www.clair.or.jp/e/exchange/shimai/kibou.html

Japan’s overall sister city relationships

Japan’s overall sister city relationships

See information on sister city exchange achievements

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