OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

About Us

Trade Name:
Oxford University Press Japan
Head Office:
〒108-8386
3F Sotetsu Tamachi Bldg.
4-17-5 Shiba, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 108-8386
Contact:
Tel 03-5444-5454
Fax 03-3454-2221
Email: elt.japan@oup.com
Establishment:
November 1st, 1957
Capital:
89,824,000 yen
Managing Director:
Kiyokazu Nakamura
Shareholder:
Oxford University Press (UK) 100%


Services


Quality Reliability Support

For over 500 years, Oxford University Press (OUP), a department of Oxford University, has demonstrated its commitment to furthering the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship and education by publishing worldwide. Oxford University Press is the world's largest university press publishing over 4000 new titles each year and has a presence in over fifty countries world-wide. The Press is an integral part of the University of Oxford. It is incorporated by royal charter, and governed under the University Statutes by the Delegates of the Press, who are appointed from the academic staff of the University. Oxford University Press has very specific criteria for the types of books that may be published, which necessitate careful monitoring of content and quality.

Since 1957 OUP Japan has had a branch office in Tokyo and has worked in partnership with teaching professionals in Japan to provide educational support services that are second to none. Our bilingual team of representatives and consultants advise teachers on the suitability of all Oxford materials. We are proud to work with the finest authors and educators and by sponsoring speakers to attend conferences and by arranging teacher-training workshops, we bring authors and teachers together to share theories and ideas.



English Language Teaching (ELT) Department

The Press's authority with regard to the English language is unrivaled, and is maintained by ongoing investment in language research and new technology. It is our commitment to the quality of our books that has made us the world's leading publisher of ELT materials. Our professionally qualified, bilingual team of English Language Teaching Consultants is available to advise teachers on the suitability of all Oxford ELT materials as well as to give teacher training seminars and product workshops. Please contact us at elt.japan@oup.com for details.



Academic Department

Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world's largest university press, publishing over 4,000 new titles a year. It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing program that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, school and college textbooks, children's books, business books, dictionaries and reference books, as well as materials for English language teaching. We also publish a number of books on Japan and Japanese culture as well as books by Japanese authors. In Japan, all publishing other than ELT materials is represented and supported by the Academic Department. For more information, please visit the Academic Section of this site or contact us at ag.japan@oup.com for details.



Global Academic Publishing (GAP)

GAP currently offers more than 300 high quality scholarly journal titles (Oxford Journals) as well as a wide range of online products covering e-books, dictionaries and references for educational/research institutions, corporations, hospitals and governmental organizations.

We offer our services to the academic community and beyond, and by providing excellent content and research findings, our services benefit society as a whole. Please contact GAP for more details as below.



Applied Linguistics Journal and ELT Journal

Oxford University Press publishes two quarterly journals that are of most relevance to ELT professionals with a particular interest in applied linguistics. Both journals provide up-to-date coverage of the latest research in applied linguistics, together with discussion of how it relates to practical pedagogy. For more information on subscriptions to either the Applied Linguistics Journal or the ELT Journal please contact David English House, Hiroshima at (Tel) 082-244-2633; (Fax) 082-244-2651; (e-mail) deh-at@mxa.meshnet.or.jp.