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Code for Japan Summit 2023

Nov 25 @ 12:00 - 18:00 JST

Code for Japan Summit has been held every fall since 2014. It is one of the largest civic tech conferences in Japan.

Until 2019, we have held the conference in Kobe, Niigata, Chiba, Yokohama, Tokyo, etc. in cooperation with civic tech communities (Brigade) around Japan; in 2020 and 2021, due to the impact of the new coronavirus infection, we switched to an entirely online format and held the conference twice, and in 2022, we held a hybrid format of offline and In 2022, we held a hybrid format of an online event and a watch party so that we could combine the best of both offline and online.

In 2023, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Code for Japan & the 10th anniversary of the Code for Japan Summit, we have decided to revive the face-to-face venue and hold the event at the Tokyo venue, Let's think together and create opportunities to meet and learn from each other while sharing our civic tech activities!
Please check the event page and Peatix message for details.

◆ Event Summary
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2023
Venue: BaseQ (part of the event will be streamed online)
Capacity: about 500 people
Organizer: Code for Japan, Inc.
Hashtag: #cfjsummit
Official website:
Related page:
Slack channel: #cfj_summit (

◆ Accessibility

All programs will be subtitled. (UD Talk will be used for real-time streaming.)

If you have other special needs, please contact

UD Talk:

◆ How to participate
In principle, the program will be streamed on YouTube. There will be multiple URLs.
※Please check the event page and Peatix messages.


Please read Code for Japan's Privacy Policy and Code of Conduct before participating.

※Please confirm your agreement to the Privacy Policy and Code of Conduct before proceeding to the registration form.

There is no problem to join or leave during the session.

As a general rule, speakers are not affiliated with any organization, but participate as individuals.


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