Pak Japan Business Council organizes Tribute to the Legends

July 30, 2018


President of Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC) is organizing an event on August 18, 2018 venue at Nagoya for the collecting of donations for Shahid Afridi Foundation and Wasim Akram Foundation further to pay the tribute to the legends of Pakistan including Former Squash Champion Jahangir Khan, Former fastest Bowler Wasim Akram, Former Pakistani Cricket Team Captain Shahid Khan Afirid.


The program will be hosted by renowned anchorperson of Geo Television Syed Yahya Hussaini and famous singer of Pakistan Rahim Shah will entertain the guests during the program. Venue for the program is designated at



Address: Kanayamachō, 1 Chome−1−1, Nagoya-shi, Naka-ku, Aichi〒460-0023, JAPAN

Phone: 052-683-4111


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EID Message of Rana Abid Hussain President of Pak Japan Business Council

June 15, 2018

On this blessed and auspicious occasion of Eid ul Fitr, President Pak-Japan Business Council Rana Abid Hussain extends his heartiest felicitations to Muslims residing in Japan, Pakistan and around the globe.

He further said in his message that make a resolve on this sacred instance that we would put in all out efforts and energies towards taking our countries to unprecedented heights in terms of prosperity, peace and efficiency.


Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC) extends Ramadan Greetings

May 18, 2018

The President of Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC) Rana Abid Hussain have extended Ramadan greetings to Muslims in Japan and Pakistan.


He said in his message, “Happy Ramadan Al-Mubarak to all Muslims. May your fast be accepted by Allah.”


He said the Muslim holy month reflected the true spirit and values of Islam, where Muslims were required to fast, perform extra prayers and contribute to charitable causes.


Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC) extends treatment offer to Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal in Japan

May 09, 2018

President of Pak Japan Business Council, Rana Abid Hussain, condemned the attack on Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal in an intense word, saying that the incident caused Pakistan’s a bad reputation.


Rana Abid further says that Ahsan Iqbal is one of the most respected personality, who is seen with respect.  With his visionary thinking the economy of Pakistan is in the best hands and making headway.


Mr. Hussain revealed his plans to visit Pakistan soon and offer a top-notch treatment to Minister Ahsan Iqbal in Japan; all the expenses will be borne by Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC).


Rana Abid Hussain further demanded that the government will have to take steps to stop extremism in Pakistan; otherwise it will be difficult to stop extremism and terrorism in Pakistan, which can bring serious economic risks to Pakistan’s economy.



President PJBC Abid Hussain congratulates nation of Pakistan Day !

March 20, 2018

Seventy-eight year ago; on March 23, thousands of Muslims from all over the sub-continent gathered in Lahore. They had one dream, one vision and one mission. One that day, under the prudent leadership of Quaid-i0-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and other, the struggle of Pakistan started with full force and it ended with the creation of Pakistan


March 23 is the day when the struggles were stream lined. There was individual benefit; everyone was thinking of a broader prospect, everyone was thinking about the Muslims of the sub-continent and about Pakistan.


There were no Sindhis, Balochis, Pathans, Kashmiris, Punjabis and Bengalis; they were all part of a great Muslim nation. Pakistan is a country of over 200 million people determined to safeguard their freedom, integrity and sovereignty, who shall never give on the fore of evil/.


The Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC) congratulates all over the world on the occasion of Pakistan Day.

Let’s work to make Pakistgan prouder for all Pakistanis.



Happy Pakistan Day.



Pakistani Community in Japan condemned the short-term incident with President of PJBC Abid Hussain

March 05, 2018


In the wake of short-term kidnapping of eminent Pakistani Businessman, philanthropist and President of Pak Japan Business Council (PJBC), Pakistani community carried out a protest to support the solidarity with Abid Hussain in Yamanashi. The protest was carried out by PMLN President for Japan, Malik Noor Awan and Senior Vice President of PMLN Japan Malik Younus. The protestors demanded the rapid action and arrest of the culprits involved in this heinous incident.

Furthermore the Embassy of Pakistan in Japan assured to Abid Hussain and protestors to raise the matter with high authorities in Japan so that this case be closed on a positive note which can create a positive impact on Pakistani community in Japan.

In this matter, Japanese police assured that they are very close to the culprits and taking proactive measured to nab the culprits.


PJBC President Rana Abid Hussain condemn the unsubstantiated claim of Pakistani Anchorperson over Zainab murder case

January 30, 2018


The Pak Japan Business Council President Abid Hussain expressed concern over Imran Ali’s (accused of Zainab’s murder) local and foreign bank accounts, he said if we remit ten thousand dollars to Pakistan for business purposes, the State Bank needs a confirmation to be submitted in order to satisfy the basis of remittance, otherwise the mentioned amount cannot transfer to Pakistani bank account. Rana Abid Hussain further said that use of such sensitive case to get fame is not the right thing.


Pak Japan Business Council wishes people of Pakistan and Japan a Very Happy New Year 2018

December 30, 2017

President of Japan, Japan Business Council, Abid Hussain along with core managing committee would like to wish people of Pakistan and Japan a very Happy New Year 2018, and hope  that this new year will bring peace and prosperity for both the nations.




Pak Japan Business Council President Abid Hussain will visit Pakistan along with Japanese investors’ delegation

November 29 2017

President of Japan, Japan Business Council, Abid Hussain affirm that he will visit Pakistan along with a large Japanese investor delegation; during his visit he will speak to official of Government of Pakistan for Japanese investment in the CPEC project.


PJBC President Abid Hussain commended the performance of Mr. Ashfaq (Director of Pak Japan Business Council for Sindh), Mr. Ashfaq Ahmed is in Japan these days. Mr. Abid Hussain welcomes Mr. Ashfaq Ahmed in Nagoya City; and said that Ashfaq Ahmed launched the Pak Japan Business Council in Pakistan in a very short period.


Mr. Abid Hussain further said that the recent visit of Japanese investors to Pakistan is going to be a major success, it is expected that Japan will start a huge investment in Pakistan right after last visit in Expo 2017.


On the occasion, Ashfaq Ahmed, Director of the Pak Japan Business Council Sindh, thanked Rana Abid Hussain, while assuring him that he would already cooperate with Japanese Consulate and Pak Japan Culture Association to teach Japanese language in Karachi. While most are planning to open more Japanese language schools, for which they need assistance from the PJBC.


Abid Hussain assured all possible cooperation in the efforts of investments in Pakistan, he further said that he will visit Karachi soon and cooperate fully in establishing new Japanese schools. Mr. Ashfaq Ahmed also announced to give Gold Medal in acknowledging the service of Rana Abid Hussain to promote Pak Japan relations, for which he will invite Rana Abid to visit Pakistan.




PJBC Sind Director Ashfaq Ahmed hosted a dinner reception for the PJBC President Rana Abid Hussain

November 11 2017

Pak Japan Business Council President Rana Abid Hussain who is in Pakistan with a Japanese delegation to attend the mega event of Pakistan Expo 2017 invited on a dinner reception by Pak Japan Business Council Director for Sind region Ashfaq Ahmed.


This reception was arranged in honor of PJBC President Rana Abid Hussain for his outreach efforts for two nations to bring closer. Eminent personalities of Pakistan also attended the reception; including Consul General of Japan, Toshikazu IsomuraSix-time world squash champion Jahangir Khan, well-known columnist and author Irfan Siddiqui and other distinguished guests from Pakistan and Japan.