The Japan-America Society of Washington DC is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, nonpartisan educational and cultural organization for individuals and corporations with an interest in Japan and US-Japan relations. Founded in 1957, the Society promotes greater understanding and networking between Americans and Japanese through its many cultural, public affairs, and educational programs. Serving the six million residents of the Nation's Capital region, the Society also sponsors programs of national significance, including the Japan Bowl®, the Sakura Matsuri, and the Annual Dinner.
Networking Lunch in Japanese
Due to Sakura Matsuri & Japan Bowl the next NLJ will be offered on Friday, May 1 at noon @JASW
J-Book Club: All She Was Worth by Miyuki Miyabe
On Monday, March 30 at 6:30 pm @ Teaism in Penn Quarter
(8th & D Street, MW)
J-book club will be held at Teaism in Penn Quater (8th & D Street, MW).
お話会-Japanese Story Time
March 18th will be the last day of our Ohanashikai due to the preparation for Sakura Matsuri. Ohanashikai will start on April 22nd again.
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March 22 - 26, 2015
Five of Japan's most recent
and best films, each in a
different genre, reflecting the
the richness and diversity of today's Japanese cinema
The 2015 CineMatsuri list of films will be announced at the "CineMatsuri Encore" event at the Freer Gallery on Sunday, March 1. More information to come soon.
28th Annual Dinner & Silent Auction with Guest Speaker Dr. George R. Packard
Thursday, December 4, 2014
A major national public affairs gathering that honors distinguished leaders from America and Japan.
Tanaka & Green Scholarships
The Japan-America Society of Washington DC is pleased to announce the establishment of the Tanaka and Green Scholarships to support short-term academic study (one semester or one academic year) at colleges and universities in Japan. The application deadline for the 2014-2015 academic year is July 15, 2014.
Japan in 2015: A Look at the Year Ahead
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Japan in 2015 is an all-day symposium that gathers the top experts on Japan from think tanks, academia, the government, the press and the business and non-profit sectors to look at Japan's domestic and international prospects for the coming year.
Japanese Language School - Winter 2015
English Language School - 冬期講座 2015
Learn more about past JASWDC events.
Since January 1, 2015
2014 Annual Program Report