Join the Adhesion Society of Japan
- There is no registration fee.
- The fiscal year begins on April 1st and ends on March 31st.
- Becoming a member of the society in the middle of the fiscal year
a) A yearly membership fee is charged from April to September. Back issues of the Journal of Adhesion Society of Japan from April will be sent.
b) Half of the annual membership fee is applied from October to March. Back issues of the Journal Adhesion Society of Japan from October will be sent.
Japan is a subscriber to Adhesion Technology (4 numbers per year).Individual members (regular and student members) can subscribe to Adhesion Technology, Japan, at a discounted rate of ¥2,800 per year (including sales tax and shipping fees). Non-members can purchase a year’s membership for ¥4,800 (including sales tax and shipping fees). Corporate members will receive a complimentary copy of Adhesion Technology, Japan.
Membership RenewalEvery year, the invoice will be sent between late November and early December. The membership fee must be paid by the end of March.
About payment of membership feeRegular/Student members pay their membership dues by cash transfer to the Japan Post Bank account. It is recommended that you use the payment form provided by us. Corporate membership fees can be deposited into either a Japan Post Bank or a Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation account (Umeda branch, checking account, 246756, The Adhesion Society of Japan).
It is also possible to pay with a credit card.
ReceiptOnly when payment is made in cash by registered mail does our office issue a receipt. When you make a cash transfer, the bank will give you a receipt. An electrical receipt can be downloaded when a credit card payment is made.
Membership IDAfter the application process is completed, the membership ID number is provided (paperwork and payment). Please keep your membership ID number because it is required for society’s activities. The membership ID number can be found in mails from the society.
Members of the office with other memberships (special, sustaining, or supporting) have the same access to the seminar, site visits, and meetings as regular members.