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Japan-America Youth Baseball Camp 2007


Program Date:   August 2-12, 2007   MLB
  Application Due:   N/A
  Location:   Yokohama & Tokyo Japan
  Program Type:   Cultural Exchange
  Contact:   National Association of Japan-America Societies
Tel: 202-429-5545
Email: contact@us-japan.org

   
 
*Major funding for this program has come from the Freeman Foundation for four consecutive years. NAJAS deeply thanks the Foundation for their generosity. We are also deeply appreciative for the contributions made by both professional and amature baseball-related organizations in Japan and the U.S.

       
 

This program is made possible in part by ANA-All Nippon Airways. NAJAS would like to thank for their generous and continuous support.

ANA-All Nippon Airways

 

The Yokohama portion of the program is sponsored by Major League Baseball, Japan.

MLB


  Program Description  
     
 

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Click here for 2007 program Report (PDF: 924KB)

This summer, for the fourth year in a row, the Japan-America Youth Baseball Camp will allow American and Japanese boys aged 13 to 15 a chance to participate in a cultural exchange. The purpose of the camps is to provide baseball instruction and a cross-cultural experience, and to encourage young baseball players to learn more about each other and each others' countries.

Baseball, rich in the history of the U.S.-Japan relationship, provides an excellent platform for teenagers of the two countries to be exposed to another culture. Cross-cultural interactions are an important function of international relations, and if we are to strengthen our bilateral relationship for future cooperation, it may well begin on the baseball diamond.

Twelve Japanese baseball players have been selected from Yokohama. The selection criteria were based not only on the candidates' baseball skills, but also on their interest in having a cross-cultural experience.

 
     

     
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