Your Link to Japan in North Texas

Mutual understanding. Ongoing engagement. Enduring friendship and trust. The Japan-America Society is your gateway to authentic, vibrant cultural exchange in Dallas/Fort Worth. Person-to-person and business-to-business connections form a solid foundation for the U.S.-Japan friendship; when you get involved, you’ll not only enrich your own life, but also promote international peace and understanding. Join us in building a more connected world!

Upcoming Events

2021 Japan America Friendship Night

Aug 4, 2021

After a hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, the Japan America Friendship Night returns in 2021. This is also our first time at the Texas Rangers’ new stadium, Globe Life Field! Join us for this fun event to build U.S.-Japan camaraderie, cheer on the Rangers, and see the Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, a Japanese […]

[Online Event] The U.S.-Japan Space Partnership: Fostering Collaboration on Earth and Beyond

Sep 16, 2021

Making up two of the five principal countries involved on the International Space Station, the United States and Japan continue to directly work together on exploring the final frontier. This program, led by several esteemed speakers from across the U.S. and Japan, will dive deep into the evolving landscape of historic and startup space industries, the business factors playing into current space exploration, the government […]

2021 Sun & Star Legacy Award Dinner

Oct 4, 2021

Join us as we honor exemplary supporters of the U.S.-Japan relationship. Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the United States (2012-2018) and current President of The Japan Institute of International Affairs, and his wife Nobuko Sasae, President of the Nobuko Forum Japan and conference interpreter, will receive the Sun & Star Legacy Award for fostering cooperation and friendship between the two countries.


JASDFW Celebrates Tanabata

What is Tanabata? Tanabata Matsuri, also known as the Star Festival, is one of dozens of summer festivals celebrated across Japan each year and is celebrated either on July 7th or August 7th. The history of Tanabata in Japan goes back over a thousand years to a Chinese legend. The festival commemorates the folktale of […]

Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is a special month to recognize Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, broadly defined as first generation immigrants and Americans who can trace ancestry to the countries of the Asian continent, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The United States Congress established this month-long celebration in 1992 and U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye, himself a prominent Japanese American […]


On April 19, 2021, former U.S. Vice President and U.S. Ambassador to Japan Walter Mondale passed away at the age of 93. He was the inaugural recipient of the Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth’s Sun & Star Legacy Award in 1998, a founding member of the Society’s Advisory Council in 2002, and he penned a […]

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