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    Consulate-General of Japan in Hagatna, Guam

    Mailing Address P.O.Box AG Hagatna GU 96932, U.S.A Telephone (1-671) 646-1290 / 5220 Fax (1-671) 649-2620/ 1490(Visa) Office Hour MON – FRI 8:30-12:30, 13:30-17:15 Consular Service Hour MON – FRI 8:30-12:30, 13:30-16:30 Culture Information Service Hour MON – FRI 8:30-12:30, 13:30-17:00

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    Consulate General of Japan at Chicago

    The Consulate General of Japan at Chicago serves the 10 Midwestern states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. The main purposes of the Consulate are 1) to serve Japanese nationals, 2) to represent the Japanese government, and 3) to provide travel services and cultural information about Japan […]

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    Japan America Society of Tucson

    The Japan America Society (JAST) was formed in 1981 in order to provide for the betterment of relations between our two nations and also to establish more fluid cultural exchanges between the people of Japan and America.Throughout the calendar year, JAST develops and sponsors programs on Japan-U.S. related topics. Each of these programs is open […]

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    West Virginia and Japan

    West Virginia has a Japan office for international business and investment. West Virginia Japan Office Kazuyo Mizutani, Deputy Director Nihon Seimei Sakaemachi Bldg., 7th Floor 24-17, 3 Chome, Nishiki Naka-ku, Nagoya Japan 460-0003 Tel: 81-52-953-9798 Fax: 81-52-953-9795 http://www.westvirginia.or.jp There is also a West Virginia Japanese Culture Center in Charleston. https://www.facebook.com/WVJCC

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    Japanese Cultural Association at Virginia Tech

    MISSION STATEMENT: Japanese Cultural Association (JCA) is an organization dedicated to those who have an interest in the Japanese culture and language. We strive to raise awareness as well as appreciation for Japanese culture. We welcome everyone, regardless of whether or not they have a Japanese background. JCA holds its own regular meetings as well […]

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    Japan-America Society of Tennessee Inc.

    JAST is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, funded by membership contributions, corporate sponsorships and grants from philanthropic foundations. We welcome you to join us in our mission to promote goodwill, friendship and understanding between the people of Tennessee and Japan. Japan-America Society of Tennessee, Inc. PO Box 330003 Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 663-6060

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    Japan America Association of South Carolina

    The Japan-America Association of South Carolina (JAASC) is a statewide, nonprofit, federally tax exempt corporation dedicated to fostering and promoting positive relationships among the peoples of the United States and Japan. The JAASC was formed in 1988 due to the large influx of Japanese-owned businesses into South Carolina. As the U.S. and Japan continue to […]

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    Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania

    The Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania is the region’s premiere organization for educational, business and arts activities related to Japan and Japanese-American relations. Tel. 412 433-5021 Fax. 412 433-5020

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    Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia

    The Greater Philadelphia region is home to numerous Japan-oriented organizations. Informally referred to as the “Japan 7” or “J7,” these organizations have different focuses, but often collaborate on important projects. Most notably, Japan 7 members worked together on the Philadelphia-Japan Disaster Relief Fund to raise money for the victims of the Tohoku Tsunami and Earthquake […]

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    Japan-America Society of Oregon

    Known to our members simply as JASO (ja-zo), we are a private, non-profit, membership organization dedicated to promoting business, education, and cultural exchange and enhancing mutual understanding between the people of Japan, Oregon and southwest Washington. We are the largest Japan-related organization in this region and sponsor a variety of programs each month. For more […]