Project Japan
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    In many cases, the cause of the problem is that your email program is filtering or blocking emails from us. We encourage you to follow the instructions here to add our email addresses to your address book so you don't miss the news that's important to you.

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  • How do I register to gain access to Project Japan's Testing & All about medicine Center?

    Unlimited access to Project Japan's Testing & All about medicine Center is available by purchasing a Premium Subscription here.

    Interactive databases, industry rankings, surveys, whitepapers and reports are available on an individual basis and can be found here.

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  • How do I subscribe to the Project Japan's weekly magazine?

    Project Japan's weekly print magazine is available as part of a Print, Classic, or Premium Subscription and can be purchased here.

    Project Japan's weekly digital magazine replica is available as part of a Classic or Premium Subscription and can be purchased here.
  • How is Project Japan's weekly digital magazine replica delivered?

    The Digital Magazine Replica is available or your smartphone and tablet beginning every Saturday morning when an email notification is sent. Apps are also available with , and .
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    Your account number can be found on your mailing label - it is the second set of numbers and begins with a series of 000's. .
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  • Can I pay my bill online?

    To pay your bill via credit card, simply click here to be taken to our secure payment page.

    Otherwise you can always mail your payment to:

    Project Japan

    P.O. Box 433277

    Palm Coast, FL 32143-9678

    If you have sent payment, please allow 2 weeks for processing and disregard any additional invoices you may receive.
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    To enroll in auto renew or change auto renew settings, simply click here.
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  • How can I cancel my subscription?

    To cancel your subscription, please contact us toll free at 1-877-812-1581.
  • How can I get a replacement for a damaged issue?

    If you have received a damaged issue, please contact us with the issue date and we will get a replacement copy out to you right away or call us at 1-877-812-1581.
  • How often does Project Japan publish?

    Project Japan is published weekly. There is a combined issue prior to July 4th, Thanksgiving week and the final week of December and a magazine will not be published during those weeks.
  • When should I expect my issues to arrive?

    Project Japan print magazine should arrive to your mailing address between Monday and Wednesday of each week.

    Project Japan digital replica magazine is available on Saturday of each week.
  • My issues keep arriving late, or not at all.

    There could be several reasons for this, including an incorrect address, non-payment or other. In order for us to best serve you, please contact us toll-free at 1-877-812-1581 or contact us. (Please be sure to include the issue date of the last copy you've received.)
  • How can I temporarily suspend delivery?

    If you will be out of town or would like to temporarily suspend your issue for any reason, please call us at 1-877-812-1581 or contact us. (Please be sure to include the issue date of the last copy you've received.)
  • I am receiving duplicate issues.

    In order for us to resolve this matter, please contact us and provide the account number of both subscriptions and which one you would like to keep, or by phone at 1-877-812-1581.
  • How can I purchase a past issue of Project Japan?

    To purchase past issues, Please click here to contact us or call us toll free at 1-877-812-1581. Please be sure to have the date of the issue you would like to purchase.
  • How can I purchase reprints of an article in Project Japan?

    To order article reprints, please contact Lauren Melesio here or at 212-210-0707.
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