Language Center Event
Thursday, March 12, 12 PM
Stories from the War
Registration Now Open
Register early--classes fill up very fast.
- New! Special Workshops for Advanced Japanese Students
- Spring Intensive Japanese Weekend
- Spring Conversational Japanese
- Spring Shodo
- Spring Open Level Shodo
- Spring Teacher Training
- Miyashita-sensei Language Videos
Uki Uki NihonGO + Culture! Lesson 19: Interesting Food
Learn how to converse about some lesser known Japanese food like nattou, torotoro, and shiokara!
- The Story of Tokyo Rose
- Memories of Oshogatsu, Japan's New Year's Family Celebration
- Taking The First Steps To Learning Japanese
- Delight in the Details: A Closer Look at Japan Society's �Garden'
- Nothing Less Than Perfection: The Dedication of Japan�s Master Craftsmen
- Smashing in Pink: Japan's Artful, Rebellious Film Genre
- Centuries Before Memes, There Were The LOLCats Of Japanese Woodprints http://t.co/NL1NZgHose via @HuffPostArts #lifeofcats #caturday
- Celebrate #Hinamatsuri #DollFestival here 3/1�Songs, stories & #dollmaking for kids! http://t.co/FK25pz0IFO http://t.co/NA79auCR2r
- RT @nerdyorkcity: Iron Chef and Okonomiyaki Ambassador Masaharu Morimoto comes to @japansociety on March 3! http://t.co/NfQriVwQNN
- 2nite's #selectivememory #storiesfromthewar panel inspired by John Dower's WAYS OF FORGETTING. @NPR Excerpt: http://t.co/VhcfUp2xtU
- .@huffpolifestyle re our cat pictures http://t.co/e0Sqpl1gz5 =^..^= http://t.co/vrOTVQF76C
- RT @JessicaEspey: Dr. Sachs on challenge of sustainable dev & the role of business. The Japan Society @UNSDSN @JeffDSachs @JS_BizPol http:/�
Japan Earthquake Relief Fund
On March 12, 2011, Japan Society created the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund, a disaster relief fund to aid victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake. One hundred percent of your tax-deductible contributions to the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund go to organizations that directly help victims of the March 11 disaster.
To learn how one grantee is revitalizing local economies in Tohoku, hear first-hand from Haruo Miyagi, the founder and CEO of ETIC.
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