JASCO’s Core Values コアバリュー :
Creating Cultural Understanding – We facilitate enrichment opportunities that create and deepen mutual respect between the Japanese and American cultures in Central Ohio.
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Japan-America Society of Central Ohio
2022 JASCO Geostrategy in the Grassroots webinar - February 17, 2022
Geostrategy in the Grassroots: COMMON STRATEGIC CHALLENGES FOR THE UNITED STATES & JAPAN Sponsored by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and the National Association of Japan-America Societies (NAJAS). Cohosted by The Ohio State University Institute for Japanese Studies February 17, 2022 This year’s speakers were David Shear, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS); and Amb. Masafumi Ishii, Gakushuin University. The ambassadors brought their experience gained by many years of diplomatic service virtually to Central Ohio for a discussion of the challenges being face by the US and Japan as the two countries look forward to 2050 and beyond.
How to make hand roll sushi(Temaki Zushi) by Kintsugi sushi bar
Kintsugi sushi bar 6750 Longshore St.Dublin, OH 43017 https://www.kintsugisushi.com/ Music by Wavecont, https://www.wavecont.com/free-download/ Licensed under creative commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Music promoted by https://www.chosic.com/
Women Entrepreneurs in Ohio part 2
Ms. Sachiyo Isoda Peterson Partner, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP Sachiyo is a partner in the Vorys Columbus office. She counsels and assists clients in the highly complex area of immigration, nationality, and employer sanctions (I-9) law. She focuses her practice on employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant visas for her clients’ global workforces. She helps clients maintain seamless business processes, including the attraction and the retention of international talent. Her practice spans various industries, including manufacturing, retail, universities, health care, agriculture and other corporations. At times, she also assists in family-based immigration matters.
2021 Ohio Japanese Speech Contest
Since 1999, JASCO has been hosting the annual Ohio Japanese Speech Contest, offering an opportunity for Japanese-language learners to showcase their achievements. The objective of this event is to foster Japanese language education throughout the state of Ohio by supporting the continued effort of local public schools and colleges to improve the quality of the Japanese-language learning environment. The winners of the contest will receive prizes that will encourage them to continue studying Japanese language. This competition not only provides highly motivated students across the state with the chance to improve their Japanese language skills, but also inspires and encourages others to broaden their understanding of Japan, its culture, and the strong ties between Japan and United States. The 2021 Ohio Japanese Speech Contest has been moved online. This year's participants and schedule are as follows: HIGH SCHOOL CATEGORY 10:00 AM WELCOME 10:10 AM Meadow Callicoat (Marysville High School) 10:20 AM Grace Hackett (Marysville Early College High School) 10:30 AM Keegan Mulligan (Marysville High School) 10:40 AM Cheyanne Parker (Marysville High School) 10:50 AM Sherzod Soatjonov (Dublin Coffman High School) 11:00 AM LUNCH BREAK (1 hour) COLLEGE CATEGORY 12:00 PM WELCOME 12:15 PM Garrett Brown (University of Findlay) 12:30 PM Allyson Givens (University of Toledo) 12:45 PM Jocelyn Haugh (University of Findlay) 1:00 PM Thea Knapp (University of Findlay) 1:15 PM Yawei Li (The Ohio State University) 1:30 PM Shuhan Luo (THK Accelerated Japanese for Professional Development Program) 1:45 PM Tamara Medakov (University of Findlay) 2:00 PM Fred Shippy (University of Toledo) 2:15 PM Samuel Thacker (University of Findlay) 2:30 PM BREAK (30 minutes) ADVANCED CATEGORY 3:00 PM WELCOME 3:15 PM Branden Labarowski (University of Cincinnati) 3:30 PM Nahal Pahlevani (University of Cincinnati) 3:45 PM Karen Xiao (University of Cincinnati) 4:00 PM JUDGING BREAK 4:30 PM WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT