White International Relations Co.,Ltd.
Culture Relations Organization International

A Bridge to True International Understanding

Over 40 years, White International Relations has built upan impressive track record as an organizer of art exhibitions in Japan, introducing outstanding art from all over the world,ranging from Renaissance works to contemporary art.

We are deeply grateful to all the art museums in the Japan and overseas, embassies of various countries, and government agenciesthat have provided us with support and cooperation during this time.Since international art exhibitions are a stage for exchangewhere people of the world can deepen their mutual understanding through culture and art, we believe that we serve as a bridge to true international understanding.

To further promote international cultural exchange,we will continue to organize the international art exhibitions required in the present day,making full use of the networks and informationwe have accumulated in the art markets of Japan and overseas.

Company Profile

Company name
White International Relations , Co., Ltd.
President
Hajime Nonaka
Established
January 24, 2002
Capital
25 million yen (JPY)
Head office addres
Shin-Yurakucho Bldg. 2nd Floor, 1-21-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006
Telephone
+81 (0)3-3285-0211
FAX
+81 (0)3-5252-7655
Our Business
Project planning for holding international art exhibitions
Main clients
Major art museums in Japan and overseas, etc.

Company History

1973
White PR is established as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyama Chemical Co., Ltd. to provide PR activity support services.
1978
Publishes the first issue of Toyama Chemical’s PR magazine, Kolben.
1983
Starts undertaking regular corporate PR activities for “JALPAK” tours.
1990~91
Conducts corporate PR activities related to the merger between Toyama Chemical and Mitsui Pharmaceutical.
1994
President Hajime Nonaka is made an honorary citizen of Lille, France.
1995
President Hajime Nonaka receives the First Class Merit Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
2002
The International Business Division is spun off from White PR and established as a separate company, White International Relations.
2004
President Hajime Nonaka receives the Chevalier Order of Arts and Letters of France.
2021
White International Relations concludes a business tie-up with Quaras Inc.