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Security Export Control Policy Division,
Trade Control DepartmentThe Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry


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2016.03.29  Review of End User List

2016.03.29  The Foreign End User List/excelexcel file

2016.03.29  The Foreign End User List (Changes)

2016.01.22  Review of End User List

2016.01.22  The Foreign End User List/excelexcel file

2016.01.22  The Foreign End User List (Changes)

2015.04.15  Review of End User List
2015.04.15  The Foreign End User List/excelexcel file
2015.04.15  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2014.09.17  Review of End User List
2014.04.01  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2014.04.01  The Foreign End User List (Changes)

2013.08.30  Review of End User List
2013.08.30  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2013.08.30  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2013.04.05  Review of End User List
2013.04.05  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2013.04.05  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2013.02.06  Review of End User List
2013.02.06  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2013.02.06  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2012.08.01  Review of End User List
2012.08.01  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2012.08.01  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2011.12.09  Review of End User List
2011.12.09  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2011.12.09  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2011.09.01  Review of End User List
2011.09.01  The Foreign End User List /excelexcel file
2011.09.01  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2010.09.03  Review of End User List
2010.09.03  The Foreign End User List /excel excel file

2010.09.03  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2010.08.03  Review of End User List
2010.08.03  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2010.05.26  The Foreign End User List
2010.05.26  The Foreign End User List (Changes)
2009.04.30 New Developments of Security Export Control System
2008.08.27  The New Military End-Use Control in Japan
 



Feature of Japanese Security Export Control System


The Government of Japan controls military sensitive goods and technologies, including relevant dual-use goods and technologies, in order to maintain both national and international peace and security. Based on the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act (1949) and its relevant legislations, we request exporters in Japan to apply for the export license in case:

- Items or technologies are listed in the control list; or

- The export is under the provision of end-use control such as ‘catch-all control.’

If you need more information about Japanese export control legislation, Please click here or the following links.

- Overview of Security Export Control in Japan

- Export Control System in Japan (link to CISTEC’s web site )

- The New Military End-Use Control in Japan

- New Developments of Security Export Control System

Full text of our legislation is as follows.
※These are unofficial translations. Only the original Japanese texts of the laws and regulations have legal effect, and the translations are to be used solely as reference materials to aid in the understanding of Japanese laws and regulations. Additionally, any data that the title of a law indicates to be a "Tentative translation" has not yet been proofread or corrected by a native English speaker or legal translation expert; this data may be revised in the future.

- Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act (link:www.Japaneselawtranslation.go.jp

- Export Trade Control Order (link:www.Japaneselawtranslation.go.jp

- Foreign Exchange Order (link:www.Japaneselawtranslation.go.jp

- Ordinance of the Ministry Specifying Goods and Technologies Pursuant to Provisions of the Appended Table 1 of the Export Control Order and the Appended Table of the Foreign Exchange Order(link:www.Japaneselawtranslation.go.jp

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Ministerial Ordinance on Trade Relation Invisible Trade, etc.(link:www.Japaneselawtranslation.go.jp

-Export Trade Control Ordinance(link:www.Japaneselawtranslation.go.jp



Useful Materials for Exporterss


1.The Internal Compliance Program


 
The Government of Japan recommends exporters to introduce the Internal Compliance Program (ICP).
ICP is purposed to strengthen export control system in exporters in order to prevent unintentional illegal exports. The names of exporters who have introduced and registered ICP are available on this web site. If you need more information about ICP, Click here


2.The Guidance for the Control of Sensitive Technologies



The government of Japan recommends academic and research institutions to follow the Guidance for the Control of Sensitive Technologies. The guidance explains the methods necessary to control sensitive technologies with security implications, to raise the awareness of employees/researchers at universities/research institutions.
In accordance with the amendment of the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act (November 2009), this guidance was also revised to systematically sort out important compliance information in February 2010. Click here for more information.

- Guidance for the Control of Sensitive Technologies (excerpt)




International Cooperation


Regarding the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 and other international agreements, the Government of Japan
has been conducting various types of outreach activities. The purpose of outreach activities is to build an effective international framework for security export controls. Click here for more detail.

Activities in FY 2011

- Sep., 2011 Japan-joint seminar 2011 (Hong Kong)

Activities in FY 2010

- Nov., 2010 Japan-Malaysia Industry Outreach seminar (Kuala Lumpur)

- Jan., 2011 Japan-Philippines Industrial Outreach seminar(Manila)

- Feb., 2011 Asian Export Control Seminar(Tokyo)

- Mar., 2011 Japan-Thailand Industry Outreach seminar(Bangkok)

 Activities in FY 2009

- Aug., 2009 Japan-Vietnam Industrial Outreach Seminar (Hanoi)

- Sep., 2009 Japan-Chinese Taipei Industrial Outreach Seminar (Kaohsiung)

- Oct., 2009 Japan-Singapore Industrial Outreach Seminar (Singapore)

- Nov., 2009 Japan-Indonesia Industrial Outreach Seminar (Jakarta)

- Mar., 2010 Japan-Thailand Industrial Outreach Seminar (Bangkok)











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