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  • Annual Report: About: Japan Society
    Attend the Annual Dinner Corporations Become a Corporate Member Current Corporate Members Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities Attend the Annual Dinner Foundations Government Space Rentals Annual Report Mission Statement Overview Visit Brief History Board of Directors Staff Career Opportunities News Annual Report Audited Financial Statement Home About Annual Report Annual Report Japan Society s Annual Report chronicles FY 2014 15 program highlights and provides background information on the history and mission of the organization Complete Annual Report PDF Chronology of Events PDF Japan Society Supporters PDF Summary in Japanese PDF You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these reports Download Acrobat Reader Calendar of Events February 2016 S M T W Th F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Language Center Event Nihongo Chat About Overview Brief History Board of Directors Staff Career Opportunities News Press Annual Report Space Rentals Programs Business Policy Education Family Film Gallery Innovators Network Language Center Performing Arts Talks Multimedia Articles Video Calendar Upcoming Events Here and There Press Press Releases Press Registration Support Overview Individual Corporations Foundations Government Annual Dinner E

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  • Audited Financial Statement: About: Japan Society
    most recent audited financial statements for the year ended June 30 2015 Audited Financial Report PDF You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this report Download Acrobat Reader Calendar of Events February 2016 S M T W Th F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

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  • Programs: Japan Society
    the international business and policy community covering the people and issues that define the U S Japan relationship in a regional and global context Education Family Through exciting online and on site programing Education Family Programs bring Japan to American schools and communities and brings together Japanese and American students Film The Film Program endeavors to increase access to Japanese film through diverse presentations from classics to contemporary independent productions Gallery Japan Society s Gallery is among the premier institutions in the U S for the exhibition research and publication of Japanese art Innovators Network The U S Japan Innovators Network is a multidisciplinary network of emerging and established innovative leaders committed to creating a better world Language Center The Toyota Language Center offers 12 comprehensive levels of Japanese as well as a variety of specialized courses and workshops including shodō Japanese calligraphy Performing Arts Established in 1953 the Performing Arts Program has introduced audiences to Japan s contemporary performance scene as well as its traditional dance music and theater through more than 500 individual programs Talks The Talks Program brings together leading thinkers and practitioners to provide provocative discussions on diverse topics including social issues aesthetics consumer culture and

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  • Business & Policy: Programs: Japan Society
    Wine Industry in Japan has Big Potential japantimes https t co KJKsqL2Q8V https t co cNUrR68jmT Japan s Travel Agency UnagiTravel Escorts Toys on Vacation for Busy People Telegraph https t co LbQnetBI6y https t co myrMy1Ruqo View more Past Event Photos The Importance of History Yukio Okamoto on Addressing Japan s Past April 6 2015 Alan Klein coords 800 532 Glenview Capital s Larry Robbins on Investing in Today s Markets February 3 2015 Alan Klein coords 800 532 Abenomics in the New Stage March 24 2015 Alan Klein coords 532 800 The Trans Pacific Partnership TPP and the Future of U S Japan Trade Relations March 30 2015 Alan Klein coords 532 800 Changes in Japanese Management Style An Insider s Look May 6 2015 Owen Rojek Japan Society coords 532 800 Coach s Next Chapter Transforming into a Global Luxury Lifestyle Brand April 23 2014 Alan Klein coords 800 531 The Cool Japan Strategy Sharing the Unique Culture of Japan with the World January 13 2014 Alan Klein coords 800 532 LINE s Global Strategy A Paradigm Shift in Social Media October 17 2013 Alan Klein coords 532 800 My Vision for Japan s Economic Future Sustainable Growth Through Structural Reform October 1 2013 Alan Klein coords 532 800 Takeda Pharmaceutical Steps Out November 5 2014 Alan Klein coords 800 532 Lawson s Takeshi Niinami on the Next Step for Japan s Growth Strategy July 23 2014 Alan Klein coords 800 532 The US Japan China Triangle Building a Path to Trilateral Cooperation January 22 2014 Alan Klein coords 532 800 Hitting the Mark The Third Arrow in Sharper Focus April 30 2014 Alan Klein coords 532 800 The Rewards of Taking Risks in the Age of Innovation March 8 2013 Alan Klein coords 800 532 Tokyo

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  • Education: Programs: Japan Society
    and high school classroom teachers librarians and school administrators principals assistant principals and department chairs only and includes an intensive pre departure orientation and a study tour to Japan in June July for the cost of 1 200 Read more Workshop for Educators March 5 April 17 6 sessions This professional development workshop examines historical experiences in Japan and the United States before during and after the Second World War in the Asia Pacific 1937 1945 in order to deepen teachers understanding of not only the nature of that conflict but also the war s ongoing influence upon U S Japan relations Read more About Japan A Teacher s Resource Website About Japan A Teacher s Resource A dynamic website bringing together experts about Japan and K 12 educators to provide teaching ideas essays and multimedia resources Go To Website Going Global Going Global Japan Society s Social Network connecting students in the United States Japan and Pakistan More Info Go To Website Generous support for the Educators Study Tour Professional Workshops for Teachers and the Junior Fellows Leadership Program is also provided by the United States Japan Foundation Japan Society Junior Fellows Leadership Program is supported by generous grants from an anonymous family foundation Mr Wilbur L Ross Jr ITO EN North America INC and the United States Japan Foundation and an anonymous donor Education programs are made possible in part by Chris A Wachenheim the Wendy Obernauer Foundation and The Norinchukin Foundation Inc Additional support is provided by James and Beatrice Del Favero and John T Hutcheson About Japan A Teacher s Resource is generously funded in part by a three year grant from the International Research and Studies IRS Program in the Office of Postsecondary Education U S Department of Education P017A100018 Student and Family Programs are

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  • Family Programs: Programs: Japan Society
    Japan Society soon Family Membership 125 Two adults and up to four children under 18 Free admission to gallery exhibitions Invitations to members only programs and gallery exhibition openings Discounted tickets to box office events and family programs Discounts on classes at the Toyota Language Center Discounts on performing arts workshops for children and teens Discounts on the Summer Immersion Program for high school students Discounts on Japan Society exhibition catalogues Subscription to bimonthly Calendar of Events Free access to C V Starr Library When purchasing a new membership online please note membership discounts on ticket orders may not immediately apply To receive membership discounts immediately on ticket purchases please order over the phone through the box office at 212 715 1258 Click here to browse our other membership levels Star Festival Tanabata Sunday July 10 2 4 PM Explore the Tanabata tale of star crossed lovers Hikoboshi and Orihime through interactive storytelling and crafts which include making your own tanzaku wish to hand in our bamboo garden Summer Immersion Workshop for High School Students Summer 2016 Manga J Pop and cooking oh my Each summer participants are immersed in theme based workshops that explore a topic through instruction hands on activities and field trips led by Japanese artists and specialists in their fields Themes change from year to year so there is always something new to learn All program content subject to change Family Programs are made possible by The Norinchukin Foundation Inc Chris A Wachenheim the Wendy Obernauer Foundation James Read Levy and Jon T Hutcheson Annual Family Festivities are sponsored in part by Kumon of Manhattan Centers Student and Family Programs are supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council Slideshow photos From Tanabata Japan s Star Festival photo

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  • Innovators Network: Programs: Japan Society
    social change The Network staff also administers the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund JERF launched by Japan Society on March 12 2011 to aid the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake Participants Harue Ishikawa Founder Care Center Yawaragi Kohei Nishiyama CEO Founder elephant design co ltd Cameron Sinclair Executive Director Co Founder Architecture for Humanity Keith Yamashita Chairman Founder SY Partners View all Participants Contact For more information about the program Email Upcoming Events Innovators Network Local Innovators Forum 2016 Saturday February 27 10 30 AM North Korea in Fiction and Nonfiction Innovators Network A Trip into the Twilight Zone North Korea in Fiction and Nonfiction Monday April 4 6 30 PM Buy Tickets Knowledge Sharing Current Project U S Japan Leaders Exchange 2013 2016 Past Event Summaries The Design Difference 2010 The Design Difference Japanese Language 2010 IN SIGHT Bridging Gaps by Alan Webber 2008 On Innovation and Community A U S Japan Dialogue 2006 Videos The Design Difference 2010 The Blue Sweater 2009 Rules of Thumb Video 2009 Dan Pink s Adventures in Manga Video 2008 COMMUNITY COLLABORATION Managing Disaster Recovery International Policy and Practice October 26 29 2009 ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEADERSHIP Table for Two Connecting the World by Sharing a Meal July 21 2010 INNOVATION CREATIVITY Rules of Thumb A Global Guide to Thriving Not Just Surviving in Turbulent Times April 22 2009 The U S Japan Innovators Network is made possible in part by Hiroko Onoyama and Japan Society s endowment for policy projects International transportation is assisted in part by United Airlines and All Nippon Airways Co Ltd Images Photo Ben Platt Photo Ayumi Sakamoto Photo Owen Rojek Photo Hiroto Kikuchi Photo Betty Borden Calendar of Events February 2016 S M T W Th F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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  • Language Center: Programs: Japan Society
    Waku Waku Japanese Miyashita Sensei Language Classes Open Courses Spring 2016 Intensive Japanese Weekend These concentrated courses are designed to teach beginners basic conversational skills They will be useful to people with traveling or schedule conflicts or those who were too late to register or missed too many of our regular classes Spring 2016 Japanese Language Teacher Training Program Introductory Course This program is a practical course for those who wish to learn essential classroom teaching skills in order to teach Japanese in classroom or individual settings and for those who have had little or no formal training in teaching Japanese as a foreign language Spring 2016 Japanese Thirteen levels of Japanese from beginning to advanced emphasize conversation listening reading and writing Kanji JLPT courses and specialized courses are also offered Registration is closed 2016春期英会話教室 Spring 2016 English Courses Thirty eight hours of beginner and intermediate advanced English as a Second Language ESL conversation Registration is closed Spring 2016 Shodo These hands on workshop classes will introduce the techniques of shodō an art form using a brush and charcoal ink on paper wood plaques and fabric Registration is closed Spring 2016 Hiragana Katakana Workshops These mini workshops offer the beginning student of Japanese the opportunity to quickly and efficiently master the reading of the two Japanese syllabaries hiragana and katakana Registration is closed New Classes JAPANESE 10 A Conversation through Manga Tuesdays 2 2 4 5 6 10 8 00 pm 10 lessons Prereq level 9 or above Instructor Kurahara Manga is a powerful learning tool illustrations provide clear contexts and dialogues are written in natural colloquial Japanese It s also a great source for learning onomatopoeia In this new class we will focus on conversational Japanese through a mixture of contemporary manga including Pluto by one of the most famous manga artists of today Naoki Urasawa Other titles may include Sherlock Holmes and Nihonjin no Shiranai Nihongo a popular manga series filled with fun and practical tips for native and non native speakers alike JAPANESE 12 A J Drama in Action Wednesdays 2 3 4 6 6 10 8 00 pm 10 lessons Prereq level 11 or equivalent Instructor Kurahara Unlike textbooks Japanese TV dramas provide the unique advantage of seeing language in action In this class we will use excerpts of dramas to explore vocabulary and grammar not frequently encountered in the traditional classroom setting and we will have lively discussions on social and cultural issues relevant to us today In addition enactment of short scenes will encourage students to feel the character s emotions and understand the situation more intimately Support for Japan Society s Toyota Language Center is provided in part by Mark F Goldfield and Mary E Hatch Mr Christopher Hong William K Tomita Mr Steven Giordano Mr Shinjiro Tsutsui and Dr Bic Kanayjorn All photos George Hirose Calendar of Events February 2016 S M T W Th F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

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