The U.S.-Japan Caucus is a bipartisan congressional organization with more than 100 members who are dedicated to strengthening U.S.-Japan relations. The caucus aims to facilitate bilateral collaboration on matters of common interest between our two countries, including trade, foreign direct investment, regional stability, military cooperation, energy, technological development, and the environment. The Caucus collaborates with other entities and stakeholders that share this same objective.

Playing a key role in the United States’ strategic rebalancing toward the Asia-Pacific, Japan cooperates closely with the United States on a wide range of issues including international development assistance, humanitarian aid, global health, and nuclear nonproliferation. Japan, the fourth-largest trading partner with the U.S., is the world’s third largest economy and a major hub for technological innovation.

This site seeks to highlight our work to strengthen the U.S. partnership with our pivotal American ally, Japan.