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  • Disability Rights Advocate Visits Nagoya

    Disability Rights Advocate Visits Nagoya

    Dec. 6 - Special Advisor for Disability Rights Judith Heumann visited Nagoya to participate in a lecture/discussion program sponsored by the Aichi Disability Rights Forum and meet with local leaders.

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  • Ambassador Kennedy visits Aichi

    Ambassador Kennedy visits Aichi

    October 9 - Ambassador Kennedy met with Aichi Governor Hideaki Ohmura, Nagoya Mayor Takashi Kawamura and business leaders. She also visited Tokugawa Art Museum and Nagoya Castle.

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    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.


  • Dogwood Tree Initiative in the Tokai Region
    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. Planting ceremonies were held in Aichi, Mie, Shizuoka and Gifu in 2013 and 2014.