Japan America Society of Chicago (JASC)

Japan America Society of Chicago (JASC) Established in 1930, the Japan America Society of Chicago is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan, nonpolitical association that "fosters understanding between our two cultures, to cultivate personal friendship between our two people."
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The Society promotes dialogue, social interaction, cooperation and friendship among its members by serving as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on economic, political, business and cultural affairs that inform and shape U.S.- Japan bilateral relations in world affairs. The Japan America Society of Chicago now serves as the principal clearinghouse in the Greater Chicago area and much of the Midwest on information pertaining to U.S. - Japan bilateral relations. The Society sponsors programs to serve some 1400 American and Japanese nationals interested in business and cultural issues in each nation. The Society serves this dual constituency by annually sponsoring some 50 business-related and cultural programs on a wide variety of subjects. Business and Public Affairs programs have included presentations by high level Japanese business and governmental leaders. The Society has sponsored three Japanese prime ministers in the past decade, along with reform-minded political leaders, in and out of government, and a Japanese nobelist in physics who has headed a task force on the reform of the Japanese educational system. This tradition will be continued. As in the past, leading American executives from commerce, industry, and government will continue to enhance Society programming in the form of forums, symposiums, business luncheons and special events, such as our annual golf tournament and the Christmas/Bonenkai Gala to support scholarships and general programming activities. Future programming will increasingly focus on Japan's leap into the age of information technology and investment opportunities in Japan for foreign corporations. Cultural activities will also continue to be presented to provide balanced programming. Popular and traditional Japanese art forms, from rakugo comedy to contemporary Japanese popular culture have been presented. This tradition will be expanded to educate Americans on the richness of Japanese culture. New avenues will be explored and avant garde films produced and directed by a new wave of Japanese artists will become a common staple. Japanese language instruction will continue to feature evening classes with basic to advanced levels of instruction. Cooperation with the Art Institute of Chicago and its School, local universities, and the Japan Information Center of the Consulate of Japan at Chicago will be furthered and ties strengthened. The Society's outreach program to public schools in the inner city of Chicago will continue in the form of scholarship assistance and curriculum development about Japan.

Operating as usual

Did you know?For comparison, Japan has around 3,000 McDonald’s, while the U.S. has around 14,000!
11/18/2020

Did you know?
For comparison, Japan has around 3,000 McDonald’s, while the U.S. has around 14,000!

Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago 在シカゴ日本国総領事館
11/18/2020

Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago 在シカゴ日本国総領事館

Don’t forget to RSVP for Thursday’s FREE webinar with Japan America Society of Chicago (JASC)’s YPC, JASC - Japanese American Service Committee, and JETAA Chicago - JET Program Alumni of Illinois, Wisconsin & Indiana, “Hinata Farms: A Japanese Heritage Farm in Chicago.” Learn all about Rachel Kimura’s work with the brand-new heritage farm that brings Japanese produce to the Chicago community! https://bit.ly/3nBP3Un

Three more days to register! On Thursday, November 19 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Rachel Kimura, Head Farmer, Hinata Farms will...
11/16/2020

Three more days to register!
On Thursday, November 19 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Rachel Kimura, Head Farmer, Hinata Farms will give a virtual presentation Hinata Farms – a Japanese Heritage Farm in Chicago. Rachel will talk about her motivations, farming practices, and what she's learned from the first season.
Register here:
https://jaschicago.org/event/ypc-hinata-farms/

Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago 在シカゴ日本国総領事館
11/16/2020

Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago 在シカゴ日本国総領事館

Have you registered for the Japan America Society of Chicago (JASC)’s “COVID Q&A” yet? Be sure to join guest speaker Dr. Michael Lin from Rush University Medical Center, who will present the latest info about COVId-19 answer all related questions: https://bit.ly/2II4R9f

Two more days to register! (TUES 11/17 6-7 pm) “COVID 19: Expert Guidance and Q&A” featuring Dr. Michael Lin. Dr. Michae...
11/14/2020

Two more days to register! (TUES 11/17 6-7 pm) “COVID 19: Expert Guidance and Q&A” featuring Dr. Michael Lin. Dr. Michael Lin, an Infectious Diseases Physician from Rush University Medical Center, will present the latest information about COVID-19 and answer your questions.
Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/covid-19-qa/

Last night Aya Pastry demonstrated how to make our own Japanese sweet potato pie, just in time for the holidays! Wesley ...
11/13/2020

Last night Aya Pastry demonstrated how to make our own Japanese sweet potato pie, just in time for the holidays! Wesley Rizal of our Young Professionals Committee’s did a great job hosting (and showing us how to pinch a pie crust).
Located in West Town Chicago, Aya Pastry won Eater’s National Pastry Chef of the Year in 2016 and Chicago Tribune’s Pastry Chef of the Year in 2018. Thanks for your expertise and delicious treats, Aya!

Register today! On Thursday, November 19 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Rachel Kimura, Head Farmer, Hinata Farms will give a virtu...
11/11/2020

Register today! On Thursday, November 19 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Rachel Kimura, Head Farmer, Hinata Farms will give a virtual presentation Hinata Farms – a Japanese Heritage Farm in Chicago. Rachel will talk about her motivations, farming practices, and what she's learned from the first season.
Register here:
https://jaschicago.org/event/ypc-hinata-farms/

3 days to register! https://jaschicago.org/event/japanese-pastry-demonstration/On Thursday, November 12 from 6-7:00 pm (...
11/09/2020

3 days to register!
https://jaschicago.org/event/japanese-pastry-demonstration/
On Thursday, November 12 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Aya Fukai, Pastry Chef, Aya Pastry will give a virtual demo and discussion on her special Japanese Sweet Potato Pie recipe. All attendees will receive a recipe in time for the holidays!

For our Fun Fact Friday, we've decided to share some lesser-known facts about Japan's new Prime Minister, Yoshihide Suga...
11/06/2020

For our Fun Fact Friday, we've decided to share some lesser-known facts about Japan's new Prime Minister, Yoshihide Suga. Did you know PM Suga is a black belt?
If you want to learn more about PM Suga and the legacy of former PM Shinzo Abe, JASC is hosting an event on Tuesday, November 10th featuring Japanese politics expert Tobias Harris. Register here:

https://jaschicago.org/event/new-japan-shinzos-legacy/

Register today! (TUES 11/10 6-7 pm CST) Suga Yoshihide and the New Japan: How Japan’s New Leader Will Grapple with Abe S...
11/05/2020

Register today! (TUES 11/10 6-7 pm CST) Suga Yoshihide and the New Japan: How Japan’s New Leader Will Grapple with Abe Shinzo’s Legacy? featuring Tobias Harris, Expert on Japanese Politics & Author.

Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/new-japan-shinzos-legacy/

Register today! On Thursday, November 19 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Rachel Kimura, Head Farmer, Hinata Farms will give a virtu...
11/04/2020

Register today! On Thursday, November 19 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Rachel Kimura, Head Farmer, Hinata Farms will give a virtual presentation Hinata Farms – a Japanese Heritage Farm in Chicago. Rachel will talk about her motivations, farming practices, and what she's learned from the first season.

Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/ypc-hinata-farms/

Register today! (TUES 11/17 6-7 pm) “COVID 19: Expert Guidance and Q&A” featuring Dr. Michael Lin.  Dr. Michael Lin, an ...
11/03/2020

Register today! (TUES 11/17 6-7 pm) “COVID 19: Expert Guidance and Q&A” featuring Dr. Michael Lin. Dr. Michael Lin, an Infectious Diseases Physician from Rush University Medical Center, will present the latest information about COVID-19 and answer your questions.

Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/covid-19-qa/

3 more days to register: https://jaschicago.org/event/bilingual-decision-making-a-psychological-perspective/On Thursday,...
11/02/2020

3 more days to register: https://jaschicago.org/event/bilingual-decision-making-a-psychological-perspective/
On Thursday, November 5 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Dr. Sayuri Hayakawa, Research Assistant Professor in Bilingualism & Psycholinguistics Research Group, Northwestern University will give a virtual presentation Decision Making Processes of Bilingual Speakers: A Psychological Perspective. Dr. Hayakawa will propose that our native "autobiographical" language plays a key role in how our past experiences come to influence our future behavior.

Register today! On Thursday, November 12 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Aya Fukai, Pastry Chef, Aya Pastry will give a virtual dem...
10/29/2020

Register today! On Thursday, November 12 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Aya Fukai, Pastry Chef, Aya Pastry will give a virtual demo and discussion on her special Japanese Sweet Potato Pie recipe. All attendees will receive a recipe in time for the holidays! Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/japanese-pastry-demonstration/

Highlighting another Japanese treat!! Do you like Hi-Chews?
10/28/2020

Highlighting another Japanese treat!! Do you like Hi-Chews?

Two more days to register! Celebrate fall with an exclusive koto performance by Chicago’s very own Tokiko Kimura. Hear t...
10/27/2020

Two more days to register! Celebrate fall with an exclusive koto performance by Chicago’s very own Tokiko Kimura. Hear the sounds reminiscent of Japanese childhood including: Autumn in Hometown 里の秋, Moon on a Rainy Day 雨降りお月さん, Hazy Moon 朧月夜 & The Last Rose of Summer 庭の千草. Enjoy an evening with your family embracing the beautiful sounds of Japan.
Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/autumn-in-japan-music-by-koto/

Register today! On Thursday, October 29 from 7-8:00 pm (CST) John Gaunter, Sake Educator, Promoter & Evangelist will giv...
10/26/2020

Register today! On Thursday, October 29 from 7-8:00 pm (CST) John Gaunter, Sake Educator, Promoter & Evangelist will give a virtual presentation What You Need to Know About Sake to Enjoy it Today. Gauntner will cover a mix of SAKE basics and other topics to help attendees enjoy SAKE immediately. SAKE production, history, grades, and enjoyment will all be briefly covered.
Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/how-to-enjoy-sake/

Register today! Celebrate fall with an exclusive koto performance by Chicago’s very own Tokiko Kimura. Hear the sounds r...
10/23/2020

Register today! Celebrate fall with an exclusive koto performance by Chicago’s very own Tokiko Kimura. Hear the sounds reminiscent of Japanese childhood including: Autumn in Hometown 里の秋, Moon on a Rainy Day 雨降りお月さん, Hazy Moon 朧月夜 & The Last Rose of Summer 庭の千草. Enjoy an evening with your family embracing the beautiful sounds of Japan. Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/autumn-in-japan-music-by-koto/

We’re pretty excited for Halloween treats! Have you ever tried pumpkin Pocky?
10/22/2020

We’re pretty excited for Halloween treats! Have you ever tried pumpkin Pocky?

Register today! On Thursday, November 5 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Dr. Sayuri Hayakawa, Research Assistant Professor in Biling...
10/21/2020

Register today! On Thursday, November 5 from 6-7:00 pm (CST) Dr. Sayuri Hayakawa, Research Assistant Professor in Bilingualism & Psycholinguistics Research Group, Northwestern University will give a virtual presentation Decision Making Processes of Bilingual Speakers: A Psychological Perspective. Dr. Hayakawa will propose that our native "autobiographical" language plays a key role in how our past experiences come to influence our future behavior.
Register here: jaschicago.org/event/bilingual-decision-making-a-psychological-perspective/

この度、Beginning ‪火曜10am-11am‬クラスを新設いたしました!そして定員に満たないクラスは途中参加が可能です。ご興味がある方はぜひご連絡下さい!【Beginningクラス】←NEW!10:00am-11:00 / 火曜日 ...
10/19/2020

この度、Beginning ‪火曜10am-11am‬クラスを新設いたしました!
そして定員に満たないクラスは途中参加が可能です。

ご興味がある方はぜひご連絡下さい!

【Beginningクラス】←NEW!
10:00am-11:00 / 火曜日 / Gary先生

【Beginningクラス】
1:00pm-2:00pm / 火曜日 / Gary先生

【Beginningクラス】
9:00am-10:00am / 金曜日 / Audrey先生

【Intermediateクラス】
10:00am-11:00am / 金曜日 / Diana先生

【Business Englishクラス】
6:30pm-7:30pm / 火曜日 / Gary先生

※時間は全てシカゴ時間になりますのでご注意下さい。
また、11月1日から夏時間終了に合わせてシカゴ時間がずれますのでお気をつけ下さい。

皆様のご参加お待ちしております。

お問い合わせ&お申し込み先
[email protected]
https://jaschicago.org/language-courses/english-classes/

Three more days to register for this event on Thursday! 🚗🚙Daron Gifford will discuss the manufacturing outlook and lands...
10/19/2020

Three more days to register for this event on Thursday! 🚗🚙
Daron Gifford will discuss the manufacturing outlook and landscape for the major manufacturing sectors. Dave Andrea will discuss establishing the right customer-supplier relationships to respond to an increasingly volatile business environment.
Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/auto-manufacturing-outlook/

Have you tried any of these interesting Kit Kat flavors? What’s your favorite?
10/16/2020

Have you tried any of these interesting Kit Kat flavors? What’s your favorite?

シカゴ日米協会では英会話クラスの生徒を募集しています!今期の授業は全てオンラインですので、皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。スピーキング、リスニング、ボキャブラリーに焦点を当てた少人数制のクラスです。ネイティブの先生や他の生徒たちとの会話を...
10/14/2020

シカゴ日米協会では英会話クラスの生徒を募集しています!
今期の授業は全てオンラインですので、皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。

スピーキング、リスニング、ボキャブラリーに焦点を当てた少人数制のクラスです。
ネイティブの先生や他の生徒たちとの会話を通し、自信を持って英語を話せる会話力を身につけましょう!

【Beginningクラス】
1:00pm-2:00pm / 火曜日 / Gary先生

【Beginningクラス】
9:00am-10:00am / 金曜日 / Audrey先生

【Intermediateクラス】
10:00am-11:00am / 金曜日 / Diana先生

【Business Englishクラス】
6:30pm-7:30pm / 火曜日 / Gary先生

※時間は全てシカゴ時間になりますのでご注意下さい。
また、11月1日から夏時間終了に合わせてシカゴ時間がずれますのでお気をつけ下さい。

皆様のご参加お待ちしております。

お問い合わせ&お申し込み先
[email protected]
https://jaschicago.org/language-courses/english-classes/

Three more days to register for this interesting event! On Thursday, October 29 from 7-8:00 pm (CST) John Gaunter, Sake ...
10/14/2020

Three more days to register for this interesting event!
On Thursday, October 29 from 7-8:00 pm (CST) John Gaunter, Sake Educator, Promoter & Evangelist will give a virtual presentation What You Need to Know About Sake to Enjoy it Today. Gauntner will cover a mix of SAKE basics and other topics to help attendees enjoy SAKE immediately. SAKE production, history, grades, and enjoyment will all be briefly covered.
Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/how-to-enjoy-sake/

Looks like we’re on a gyoza roll this week! Today we have a recipe for homemade gyoza (minus the wraps). This recipe inc...
10/13/2020

Looks like we’re on a gyoza roll this week! Today we have a recipe for homemade gyoza (minus the wraps). This recipe includes shiitake mushrooms, but it’s fun to experiment with the filling!

Three more days! On Thursday, October 15 from 6-7 pm (CST) Prof. Jeffry Gayman, Hokkaido University, will give a virtual...
10/12/2020

Three more days! On Thursday, October 15 from 6-7 pm (CST) Prof. Jeffry Gayman, Hokkaido University, will give a virtual presentation Japanese Multiculturalism as Examined Through the Lens of Indigenous Empowerment: The Case of the Ainu People. The presentation will focus on recent developments in Ainu policy to examine the issue of Japanese multiculturalism through the lens of Ainu rights as an Indigenous people.
To register click here: https://jaschicago.org/event/indigenious-education-ainu/

Have you seen these adorable masks?
10/10/2020

Have you seen these adorable masks?

On October 8, over 150 guests enjoyed an inspiring and informative presentation by Dr. Xiaojin Wu, Curator of Japanese &...
10/09/2020

On October 8, over 150 guests enjoyed an inspiring and informative presentation by Dr. Xiaojin Wu, Curator of Japanese & Korean Art, Seattle Art Museum on the beautiful Richard E. Fuller collection of Japanese Art. A rare treat for members and guests alike!

Register today! On Thursday, October 22 from 6-7:30 pm (CST) Daron Gifford, Plante & Moran and Dave Andrea, Plante & Mor...
10/07/2020

Register today! On Thursday, October 22 from 6-7:30 pm (CST) Daron Gifford, Plante & Moran and Dave Andrea, Plante & Moran will give a virtual presentation Automotive & Manufacturing – Survive 2020; Thrive in 2021! Daron Gifford will discuss the manufacturing outlook and landscape for the major manufacturing sectors. Dave Andrea will discuss establishing the right customer-supplier relationships to respond to an increasingly volatile business environment. Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/auto-manufacturing-outlook/

Three more days to register for this event!On Thursday, October 8 at 6pm, speaker Xiaojin Wu will discuss the Japanese a...
10/05/2020
Collecting Japanese Art

Three more days to register for this event!
On Thursday, October 8 at 6pm, speaker Xiaojin Wu will discuss the Japanese art collection at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). This presentation will introduce the iconic works in SAM’s collection and share the stories on how these treasures ended up in SAM. A virtual tour will offer an in-gallery look at the masterpieces in a new light: they are now displayed in a cross-cultural context and provoke visitors to ask new questions. We hope to see you there!
Register here: https://jaschicago.org/event/collecting-japanese-art/

Reservations: www.jaschicago.org or email [email protected] About the Event The Japanese art collection at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) consists of approximately 3400 works with si…

シカゴ日米協会では英会話クラスの生徒を募集しています!今期の授業は全てオンラインですので、皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。スピーキング、リスニング、ボキャブラリーに焦点を当てた少人数制のクラスです。ネイティブの先生や他の生徒たちとの会話を...
10/05/2020

シカゴ日米協会では英会話クラスの生徒を募集しています!
今期の授業は全てオンラインですので、皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。

スピーキング、リスニング、ボキャブラリーに焦点を当てた少人数制のクラスです。
ネイティブの先生や他の生徒たちとの会話を通し、自信を持って英語を話せる会話力を身につけましょう!

【Beginningクラス】
1:00pm-2:00pm / 火曜日 / Gary先生

【Beginningクラス】
9:00am-10:00am / 金曜日 / Audrey先生

【Intermediateクラス】
10:00am-11:00am / 金曜日 / Diana先生

【Business Englishクラス】
6:30pm-7:30pm / 火曜日 / Gary先生

※時間は全てシカゴ時間になりますのでご注意下さい。
また、11月1日から夏時間終了に合わせてシカゴ時間がずれますのでお気をつけ下さい。

皆様のご参加お待ちしております。

お問い合わせ&お申し込み先
[email protected]
https://jaschicago.org/language-courses/english-classes/

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The Kurama Fire Festival (Kurama no hi matsuri) is one of the most famous fire festivals in Japan. This historical and d...
10/02/2020

The Kurama Fire Festival (Kurama no hi matsuri) is one of the most famous fire festivals in Japan. This historical and dramatic ceremony takes place on October 22nd every year.
The Yuki-jinja shrine was moved to Kurama (a village north of Kyoto) due to a war and an earthquake during the Heian Period. The parade is a reenactment of the celebration villagers held to welcome spirits to the shrine: the lighting of torches was meant to facilitate the passage of deities to their new home in Kurama. Beginning at dusk, local families display antique heirlooms in their windows and light small torches outside of their homes. Because this festival is also considered a rite of passage for the youth of Kurama, children lead the procession. Then come the men of the town, clad in traditional historical garb such as loincloths. They follow carrying torches (taimatsu) that can weigh around 80kg. Later, the shrines of the village are carried around on omikoshi, and the Shinto celebration continues while the dramatic village festival draws to a close.

Did you know Japanese school buses are sometimes designed to look like popular kids’ characters and mascots? Here are so...
09/30/2020

Did you know Japanese school buses are sometimes designed to look like popular kids’ characters and mascots? Here are some especially cute ones we enjoyed. Which is your favorite?

Address

Suite 2475, 1 North LaSalle Street, Loop Chicago 60602
Chicago, IL
60602

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(312) 263-3049

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eTranslation Services is looking for a Japanese interpreter in the Arlington Heights, IL area for a job on Feb 10th for a parent/teacher meeting. If interested, please send your resume to [email protected] Thank you.
Kobe College Corporation-Japan Education Exchange (KCC-JEE) is hosting our Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 7 th from 1:00-5:00 pm at the Union League Club in downtown Chicago. This year we are inviting three former KCC-JEE High School Essay Contest winners to speak about how they have continued their study of Japan and Japanese in college. This panel was specifically designed to provide information and insight to high school students currently studying Japanese who may be looking ahead to college in the next few years. Our panelists will discuss some of the different ways they have used their Japanese language and cultural skills once they got to college and opportunities they sought out to further their knowledge of the language, country, and culture. The event is FREE and everyone is welcome! Attendees will be provided with a list of scholarships, programs and other opportunities for college-level Japanese language learners. Hope to see you there!
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Hello JASC! My name is Serin Lee, and I'm with the University of Chicago's student filmmaking organization Fire Escape Films. I am directing a short film this fall and winter, for which we are currently casting two leads-- Middle-aged man – MALE. 35+. Asian. A surly, jet-lagged businessman who reluctantly wanders into a female chef’s sushi restaurant. Prone to projecting insecurities as fact—but age brings his speech grooves of truth. Must be fluent in Japanese. Young woman – FEMALE. 18-30. Asian. A wiry, stolid woman who indulges in bouts of idleness but ultimately takes her job seriously. Must be comfortable with Japanese or Korean. The roles are non-union and will be paid! This is a story that deals with the similarities that thread Asian-American experience, through Japanese and Korean perspectives— If you are interested or would like to know more, please reach out to [email protected]!
I am having trouble opening a puzzle box that I purchased in Hakone. Are there any puzzle box fans who can help me?
Hello! I place exchange students throughout the United States, I follow this group and have been impressed with your love for the Japanese culture. Have you thought about hosting a Japanese Student for the school year or know someone who might? I have several Japanese students we are seeking homes for. If this is something you are interested in hearing more about, please email me at [email protected] or message me here. Thank you!