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The Japan-America Society of Georgia, Inc.
3121 Maple Drive, Suite224
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Phone: (404) 842-1400
Fax: (404) 842-1415
Email: jasg@mindspring.com

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The Japan-America Society of Georgia (JASG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote mutual understanding between the people of Japan and the State of Georgia through establishing and promoting ties and programs in the areas of culture, customs, education, commerce and politics. Read more

JapanFest (September 20-21, 2014)



JapanFest Weekend will be held September 20-21, 2014, from 10am to 6pm (Saturday) and 10am to 5pm (Sunday) at the Gwinnett Convention Center. Tickets are $8. Children age 6 or younger free. Teachers can bring their students to JapanFest for free by applying online at www.japanfest.org. Larger organizations can save money by purchasing advanced ticket packages online.

The theme of this year’s festival will be “Washoku—Traditional Japanese Cuisine” and the JapanFest Organizing Committee has made plans to have various kinds of Japanese foods for everyone to experience. Washoku practices have been passed down through families and has been added to UNESCO’s Intangible Heritage list. JapanFest will have an assortment of the best Japanese food from local Japanese restaurants in Atlanta. This year’s festival has a special group of food vendors, including more than 10 local established restaurants providing roll sushi, bento boxes, ramen noodles, takoyaki, shaved ice, curry rice, yakisoba, torikaraage and more.

Guest performers include Sushi for Dummies author, Mineko Moreono, Japanese candy artist, Miyuki Sugimori, Samurai Yoshi Amao; J-Pop/J-Rock artist Junko Fujiyama; and the always popular taiko drum group, Matsuriza.

JASG Events Coming Soon

2014 JASG Events/Programs Calendar

Upcoming Events and Important Dates:

June 2 – July 31 - Summer Business Japanese Language Classes: A variety of levels of Japanese language classes are offered. Classes meet for two hours, one evening per week, for a total of eight weeks.

July 9 – July 23 - Asian Pacific Children’s Convention: As Georgia’s liaison office for the 26th Annual Asian-Pacific Children’s Convention (APCC), the JASG is again able to share a once in a lifetime opportunity with 4 elementary school students (two boys and two girls) and 1 chaperone from the State of Georgia through this fully funded exchange program to Fukuoka, Japan (Atlanta’s Sister City) July 10-24, 2014.

July 26 - YP Drive-In Movie Outing: Join the YP group for an all-American experience at a drive-in theatre to see a double feature under the stars. Bring your own food and beverages. Specific movie titles to be determined.

August 6 - 19 - Obirin University Sports Business Program: The JASG partners with the Obirin Univeristy to offer this 2 week one-way exchange program for students from J.F. Oberlin University in Japan. Students taking part of the Sports Business Program will visit various athletic facilities and professional sports teams and learn how the sports industry operates in the U.S., while also visiting local attractions in Atlanta.

August 8 - Atlanta Falcons Night Out: Join the JASG and friends for a evening of football at the Georgia Dome as the Atlanta Falcons play host to the Miami Dolphins for their first pre-season game.

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