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  • African American History Month Event in Nagoya

    African American History Month Event in Nagoya

    February 12 - The Consulate held a filmshowing program of The Butler, followed by discussion with Jeff Adler, Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy Tokyo.

  • Study in the U.S. for High School Students

    Study in the U.S. for High School Students

    January 13 - At a study abroad fair sponsored by Aichi Board of Education, the Consulate hosted a booth and arranged a program by Education USA/Fulbright Japan to promote study in the United States.

  • English Speech Contest in Nagoya

    English Speech Contest in Nagoya

    On November 30, PAS Nagoya and the Aichi America Japan Society jointly held an English speech contest for university students. Paige Bolduc and Darrin Schultz, American Fulbright fellows at Nagoya University, participated as judge and interacted with students at the reception after the contest.

  • Ambassador Kennedy Begins Official Duties

    Ambassador Kennedy Begins Official Duties

    Nov. 19 - Ambassador Caroline Kennedy presented her diplomatic credentials to His Majesty the Emperor of Japan today, officially marking the beginning of her tenure.

    ALSO:  Video Photos
  • Ambassador Caroline Kennedy Arrives in Japan

    Ambassador Caroline Kennedy Arrives in Japan

    Nov. 15 - Ambassador Caroline Kennedy arrived at Narita International Airport to take up her post as the first female U.S. Ambassador to Japan.

    ALSO:  Story Photos
  • Ambassador-Designate Kennedy Introduces Herself

    Ambassador-Designate Kennedy Introduces Herself

    Nov. 13 - In a State Department video presentation, Caroline Kennedy said, "I'm deeply honored that President Obama has asked me to serve as the United States Ambassador to Japan."

    ALSO:  Story Video
  • Students Celebrate America's Birthday

    Students Celebrate America's Birthday

    July 3 - 300 leaders of the Tokai region attended Consulate Nagoya's Independence Day celebration. The highlight was the Iseyama Junior High School Band’s brilliant American music performance.

    ALSO:  Video

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  • Dogwood Tree Initiative in the Tokai Region

    In 1912, Japan gave the United States a gift of 3,000 cherry trees as a token of friendship between the two nations. In commemoration of the gift, the people of the United States today are offering 3,000 dogwood trees to the people of Japan through the Friendship Blossoms Initiative. Four planting ceremonies were held in Aichi and Mie in 2013.

U.S.-Japan Exchanges

    TOMODACHI is a public-private partnership that supports Japan's recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake, and invests in the next generation of Japanese and Americans. Ambassador Kennedy welcomed new support for the TOMODACHI Initiative to foster U.S.-Japan Exchanges.
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