Join us for our family-friendly Japanese cooking class! This October we will be making an iconic Japanese home-cooked dish: nikujaga, Japanese meat & vegetable stew!
Celebrating 150 years of Baseball in Japan, and featuring Japan baseball legends Mashi Murakami and Tuffy Rhodes, as well as Senator Angus King, Senator Bill Hagerty, Assistant Secretary Dan Kritenbrink, and Ambassador Koji Tomita. Tickets on sale now.
Relive the excitement from the 31st National Japan Bowl Level IV Championship Round & Awards Dinner Broadcast! Catch all the action from the Level IV Championship Round and enjoy appearances by Japan Bowl Honorary Patron, Her Royal Highness Princess Takamado, Ambassador Rahm Emanuel, Ambassador Koji Tomita, White House AAPI Liaison Erika Moritsugu, and other special guests.
Take a walk with us through D.C. as we explore small businesses that share Japanese culture through food, retail, nature, and more!
Complete your sake-ware collection or start a new one with elegant handmade sake sets & tea cups by Laurel Lukaszewski.
Become a part of the US-Japan community in Washington DC! What unites our members is a strong interest in Japan and a recognition that the Japan-America Society of Washington DC is the best way for them to connect to Japanese culture, language, and current affairs.
Show your support for Japan-America Society of Washington DC and shop a range of DC and Japan-inspired designs from local and international artists.
Craving sushi, ramen, or katsu curry? Use our Japanese restaurant guide to find the best local spots!
Japan-in-a-Suitcase (JiS) is a free program designed to share Japanese culture with schools and students within the greater Washington, D.C. area. Click to learn more and schedule a school visit!
As a grassroots, community-focused organization, the Japan-America Society of Washington DC welcomes all those wishing to volunteer with us throughout the year. Specific volunteer opportunities vary by season.