This class has reached its capacity of students. If you would like to be put on the waiting list, please email your name and contract details to email@example.com. This course is a continuation of Japanese Language Class 1 and designed for beginning level learners who have some or very little knowledge of basic Japanese. This course is recommended as a next step to those who have taken any of the JASDFW basic Japanese classes offered in 2021.The course focuses on…
Although its East Asian neighbor may receive many of the headlines, Japan is the #1 foreign investor into both the U.S. and North Texas economies. Japan plays a vital and essential role in the well-being of Americans' lives, and this is a story not often shared in the media. Dallas is also home to three of Japan's largest banks, including Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), which support over 200 Japanese companies' operations in North Texas and the region. Moreover, financial…
Irving Convention Cneter, 500 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving,
Logistics and Supply Chains in U.S.-Japan Business and Trade The annual Japan Currents Symposium returns as in-person event. For 2022, the conversation will focus on logistics and supply chains, which represent both challenges and solutions to recent global trade shortages. As the COVID pandemic has drastically affected the availability of key products and resources, the U.S. and Japan have been looking to innovative models to secure their economic security. Moreover, Japan is the U.S.' fourth largest trading partner and the…
Tuesday, March 22 | 9:30 am - Thursday, March 24 | 3:30 pm
Gleneagles Country Club, 5401 West Park Boulevard Plano,
75093+ Google Map
This event is presented by Sogetsu Ikebana Dallas Branch. Promotional and registration assistance provided by the Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth. Partners and sponsors include the City of Plano's Multicultural Outreach Roundtable, the Dallas Japanese Association, Jinbeh, Plano International Festival, and Virtuous Capital. An introduction to Japanese art and culture including Ikebana, Haiku, Tea Ceremony, Koto Music, Calligraphy, and more. Daily schedule 9:30 am - Program start 10:00 am - Demonstration 12:00 to 1:00 pm - Lunch 1:00 to 3:30 pm…
The speed at which our world has been changing and the diversity of the people we work with is unprecedented and has brought more challenges to many leaders. And in order to find our pathway forward, we need to adapt and navigate through the boundaries. The solution is not just working harder to solve the problems in our lives and workplace. It’s increasing our capacity as a leader through awareness and inner resources – including leveraging the stress we feel as…
The word kansha, or "appreciation," is evident in many aspects of Japanese society and daily living. In the kitchen, kansha expresses gratitude for both nature’s bounty and for the efforts of clever people who bring that bounty to table. Practicing kansha in the kitchen means creating nutritionally sound, aesthetically satisfying meals while avoiding waste, conserving energy, and sustaining natural resources. This program will focus on one important aspect of kitchen kansha: ichi motsu zen shoku 一物全食 (one food, used entirely). This age-old custom of using all edible…
Saint Ann Court, 2501 N. Harwood St. Dallas,
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Join us to celebrate another outstanding year in which we persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic! This is our first in-person Annual Meeting & Members' Social since 2019. Mix and mingle with JASDFW members as you enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine and special guided tour of the newest exhibition, IRON MEN: The Artistry of Iron in Samurai Armor.
Omni Frisco Hotel, The Star Ballroom, 11 Cowboys Way Frisco,
Join us as we honor exemplary supporters of the U.S.-Japan relationship. Sean Donohue, CEO of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, will receive the 2022 Sun & Star Legacy Award for fostering economic exchange, cooperation, and friendship between the U.S. and Japan. Hideto Nishitani will receive the Bridges-to-Friendship Award for his commitment to North Texas-Japan relations as a business executive and his ongoing support to several U.S.-Japan grassroots organizations.
Monday, June 6 | 9:00 am - Friday, June 10 | 12:00 pm
Central Five Hundred Conference Center, 500 North Central Expressway Plano,
75074United States+ Google Map
Explore Japan's language, culture, and traditions in a one-week summer camp!
Explore the wonders of Japan in the week-long Japan-America Society Summer Camp ! This summer camp is for children (ages 8 to 12, grades 3 through 7) who are interested in learning Japanese language, daily life, and holiday customs.
The Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth is excited to partner with Arigato Japan Travel on a virtual exploration, especially as tourists will soon be able to return to the country. We will venture to the Tsukiji Market, an area of Tokyo known for generations as a destination for fresh fish, produce, and a flavor of authentic Japan. Although several wholesale fish sellers moved to the new Toyosu facility, 65 specialty vendors and hundreds of traditional businesses are still here, which…