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Calling for Advertisements for the Association Newsletter

At the Fukuoka EU Association, we are calling for advertisements to be published in our newsletters.

Those wishing to advertise, please apply via the advertisement application form.

Please refer to the regulations and guidelines first before applying, for there may be instances where advertisements cannot be published.

Newsletter Information

Copies per issues: 2,000
Distribution sites: Approx. 400 locations
Major distribution sites
  • Fukuoka EU Association members (corporate and individual members)
  • The Delegation of the European Union to Japan
  • Other EU organizations
  • Embassies and consulates of member states of the EU
  • International relations departments and public facilities in Fukuoka, etc.
Advertisement fee and specifications (per 1 advert): 10,000 yen (size = 185mm X 55mm)
Example of published advertisement
(27th December 2011)

Regulations and Guidelines

The following advertisements cannot be published
  • Advertisements relating to elections
  • Advertisements for political parties/political organizations
  • Advertisements representing opinions
  • Advertisements related to religion
  • Business card advertisements
  • Advertisements that include photos of people who requested the advertisement, representatives, or other related parties
  • Advertisements related to money loaning, as stipulated by Article 2 of the Act for the Control of Moneylending Business, etc.
  • Commodity futures trading advertisements
  • Advertisements related to the transaction and/or lease of real estate, other than those related to local public organizations and public corporations.
  • Advertisements that fall under the regulations as stipulated by the Act against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations
  • Advertisements of medical and cosmetic products, whose content is false or exaggerated
  • Advertisements related to adult-entertainment businesses as stipulated by the Act Regarding Adults Entertainment Business
  • Those that are believed to be in significant disharmony with the newsletter
  • Other advertisements that may be offensive to public order and morals