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Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania
  25th Anniversary Annual Dinner
November 3, 2011

Please join us on Thursday, November 3, 2011 as we celebrate 25 years of service to Western Pennsylvania. We are pleased to have Ambassador Shigeyuki Hiroki,Consul General of Japan in New York, as our keynote speaker. This special event will be held at the Duquesne Club in downtown Pittsburgh. Special thanks to Toshiba International Foundation and UPMC for being sponsors of this event. ...more

The Japan-America Society of Georgia
  Miso Cooking Demonstration and Tasting
July 31, 2011

Join us in learning about the healthy benefits of the traditional Japanese ingredient-MISO-as we enjoy Chef Taka's culinary skills and are treated to a tasting of some of his secret miso recipes...more

The Japan Society of Boston
  2011 Annual Dinner
June 9, 2011

Japan Disaster Relief Dinner at The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, hornoring Anderson Cooper & Dr. Shinya Yamanaka...more

The Japan-America Society of Washington, Inc.
  51st Sakura Matsuri - Japanese Street Festival
Saturday, April 9, 2011

First held in 1961, the Sakura Matsuri - Japanese Street Festival is now the largest one-day exhibition of Japanese culture in the United States. Stretching for nearly one mile through the streets of downtown Washington DC, from near the White House to FBI headquarters, the Sakura Matsuri is held each spring as the climax of the two-week National Cherry Blos som Festival. On good weather days, it has drawn over 140,000 visitors in 7 hours. The Sakura Matsuri is a family-friendly festival. There are over 15 vendors of Japanese food, two beer gardens, 30 exhibitors of Japanese arts and culture, 15 vendors of Japanese products, and over 30 hours of live performances on five stages...more

Japan-America Society of Tennessee, Inc.
  3rd Annual Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival
Saturday, March 26, 2011

The mission of the Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival Committee is to plant 1,000 cherry trees by planting 100 trees every spring over 10 years. These cherry trees will not only beautify Nashville's landscape, but also provide a backdrop for the annual Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival...more

The Japan America Society of Alabama
  JASA Annual Cherry Blossom Festival
Saturday, March 19, 2011

Celebrate the arrival of spring under the cherry blossoms! Activities include Martial Arts demonstrations, ikebana, koi society, bonsai display, teahouse viewing, Consulate of Japan tent/Japanese nationals passport issues/ assistance, manga, anime, origami and "go" displays and demonstrations, Free and open to the public...more

Japan-America Society of Greater Philadelphia
  2011 Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia
March 4, 2011 - April 15, 2011

The Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia is an initiative to encourage a better understanding of the cultural, social, and educational customs of Japan and the United States. For hundreds of years, Japan has been celebrating the beauty of the elegant pink cherry blossom with picnics under the trees accompanied by traditional music and dance...more

Japan-America Society of Greater Cincinnati
  From Black Ships to a Black President
Thursday, January 27, 2011

Take a lively tour through history via woodblock prints, postcards (the internet of the 1890's), and contemporary political cartoons, examining events such as Perry's arrival, the Road to Pearl Harbor, World War II, the Occupation, and trade wars, up through current international situations. See how cultural observations that influenced domestic and international policy in the past remain with us today...more

Japan-America Society of Southern Colorado
  Mochitsuki (New Year's Rice Cake Pounding)
Saturday, January 22, 2011

Come pound Japanese mochi and taste them for longevity and prosperity in the New Year! Children are welcome to help pound. This is an outdoor event -- in case of inclement weather, we will move indoors...more

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