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The National Association of Japan-America Societies, Inc. (NAJAS) is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization that offers educational, cultural and business programs about Japan and U.S.-Japan relations to the general public through its member Japan and Japan-America Societies. NAJAS is the only national non-profit network in the United States dedicated to public education about Japan. NAJAS consists of approximately 40 independent Japan-related organizations located in 32 cities around the country. Its membership cuts across usual group boundaries (business, political, academic, American, Japanese, etc.) and affords a variety of perspectives on U.S.-Japan relations. That variety and outreach are its main strengths.

This membership network annually presents to its members and the general public:

  • Over 800 public affairs programs
  • 500 corporate programs
  • 160 cultural programs and educational programs reaching more than 250,000 students each year

Collectively, the member societies represent more than:

  • 15,000 individuals
  • Over 15,000 corporate representatives
  • Educational outreach programs reaching more than 250,000 students each year

NAJAS is served by a Board of Directors and Advisory Board comprised of key individuals from business, academia and government involved in the US-Japan relationship.

 

 

 

       
 

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