Date: November 20, 2019

Venue: Hotel Fairmont, Washington, D.C

The Japan-America Society of Washington DC’s Annual Dinner celebrates the relationship between the United States and Japan and the enduring friendship between the American and Japanese people. Revenue from the event supports our Society’s year-round work promoting the grassroots ties that form the bedrock the U.S.-Japan bilateral relationship.

The 2019 Annual Dinner will be held on Wednesday, November 20, from 6:00 p.m. at the Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown., and will feature a panel conversation on the “Japan-US Relations: Views of Washington’s Top Experts” featuring Richard Fontaine (President, CNAS), Sheila Smith (Senior Fellow for Japan Studies, CFR), and Mike Green (Japan Chair, CSIS) and moderated by JASWDC Co-Vice Chair Emma Chanlett-Avery (Specialist in Asian Affairs, Congressional Research Service). The Annual Dinner reception and silent auction will also feature sushi by Sushi Nakazawa, and sake from Nanbu Bijin, North American Sake, and Hakkutsuru. Sponsorship and ticketing information can be accessed via the following link: Annual Dinner Sponsorship Form

If you are interested in making a donation of items or certificates to the Silent Auction, please visit the 33rd Annual dinner and Silent Auction Website or contact Ms. Yuko Smith at [email protected] using the subject line, Silent Auction.