India and Japan share a special friendship and the relations between the two countries are of immense importance to each other and the world. The same vision of Rule of Law, Human Rights and Territorial Sovereignty is what binds the two nations together. Against this backdrop the Ananta Aspen Center supported by The Nippon Foundation organized a visit of Indian Members of Parliament to Japan. The purpose of this visit was to further strengthen the India- Japan bilateral relations by developing and promoting greater understanding and cooperation between Indian and Japanese policy makers, business leaders and academia. A five member delegation of Indian members of Parliament, representing different political ideologies as they were from different geographical regions and political parties visited Japan from 13th to 19th September 2022. The delegation met with senior ministers, officials, members of the Japanese Parliament and heads of Institutions in Japan. Various key avenues of collaboration were discussed such as Cybersecurity, R&D, Digital Innovation and Gender Equality. The fast growing geopolitics is very concerning for both the nations. How to achieve peace worldwide and in the neighborhood is a key goal for Japan – India cooperation.