J-Center at the USCCD
The J-Center serves as a clearinghouse for all things Japanese in the American Midwest.
An online database of Japanese cultural organizations, community exchanges, sports clubs, language groups, and business associations highlight the vibrant network of Japan-related opportunities in 12 states of the American Heartland.
The J-Center strengthens, promotes, and expands existing exchange and outreach activities aimed at fostering ties between Japan and the American Midwest. J-Center operations unite educational, governmental, business-oriented, and non-profit organizations with the shared vision of strong Japan-U.S. relationships.
It’s time to take your Japanese studies abroad to learn in Japan. Monbukagakusho, the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) is offering five different scholarships for non-Japanese nationals wishing to study in Japan.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policy “Abenomics” has ended more than a decade of deflation, pushed the stock market sharply upwards, and accelerated economic growth. Join the Institute for Japanese Studies and Japan-America Society of Central Ohio (JASCO) for two lectures regarding “Abenomics”: Is Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Leading Japan Back to Militarism and Abenomics: Beyond the Buzzword.
Do you have an interest in any kind of arts? Do you have any talent for it? Take this chance to spend three months in Japan through the U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Program. The deadline is February 1.