A decade after a law was passed aimed at ensuring equality of the sexes, women are still a small minority among Japan’s top business executives, prompting some to turn to networking.

Around 300 female company presidents gathered in May at Tokyo’s Omotesando Hills retail complex to hear uplifting talk on weathering the recession.

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