I came to Seattle for the internship at Japan America Society.
I was born and raised in Shiga, which was the country side of Japan. I graduated from high school at Kyoto and I am sophomore in Kyoto University of Foreign Studies.
I also belong to free guide club, in which members show the famous temples and shrines in Kyoto to tourists from foreign countries for free. So I know many amazing things of Japan, especially Kyoto. I am willing to tell a lot if you want to know of golden pavilion temple, Kiyomizu temple, and so on.
P.S The photo is after the guide at Ryoanji temple.
Hello, my name is Tomomi Tamura.
I started to work for JASSW as an intern from August 22nd of 2012.
I was born and raised in Tokyo Japan.
I’m a junior in economics major at Yokohama City University.
I stayed at Portland Oregon for half a year to study English.
My last day of work will be on September 14th but I will do my best for working with JASSW!
Hello, my name is Satomi Aiba.
I’ve officially started working at JASSW from Monday July 30th/ 2012.
I was born and raised in Nagoya Japan, and came to North America when I was sixteen years old as an International student.
I’ve graduated from high school in B.C. Canada, went to Pierce College in Lakewood WA, and recently graduated from University of Washington with International Studies major.
Therefore, I have good mixture understanding and exposure to both authentic Japanese culture and North American culture.
I am looking forward to contribute to the JASSW and grow together with it.
If you have any comments, ideas, opinion, feedback on JASSW and our events, please email me at email@example.com
Looking forward to meeting you soon!
The journey to Boeing's infintessimally slow moving production line started in 19th Century Japan. Honed over years and exported a century later, the concepts of Just in Time, Oobeya, and Jidoka have drasically cut both labor and material costs, waste, and helped keep the private aerospace giant on even footing with its biggest competitor, a competitor with the backing of five European countries. Attendees workshopped their own Toyota Management System scenario between presentations from the new expert, Boeing, and the old, Toyota.
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Business leaders in all Japan-related areas bring their colleagues and clients to an event which has been presented for over 50 years. Fresh yakisoba, golf in the height of summer, and a dinner and awards ceremony make this an excellent opportunity for networking, fun, and supporting the Society.
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On May 23rd Japan-America Society will hold a tax seminar covering recent developments in IRS examination, transfer pricing, and various tax proposals discussed in the upcoming Presidential Election. Senior speakers from Ernst & Young will present the most up-to-date tax information relevant for Japanese companies doing business in the United States. Free to JASSW members, held at The Harbor Club Bellevue.
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Lean and the Toyota Method have been hot topics for decades, implemented with varying degrees of success. Mr. Ed Dean has lead the Lean charge at Boeing since the 1970's, and gives a detailed account of our local aerospace giant's impressive results in trimming, maximizing, and achieveing more with less.
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Thank you to all who joined us for the JYPG Spring Networking even and Kaname Izakaya and Shochu Bar. Almost 50 Young Professionals (of every age!) enjoyed good food and great conversation while making Japan connections.
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Treat yourself to a great night of networking, tasty izakaya morsels, and fun! JYPG Spring Networking event is next Thursday March 29th at 6:00. Come one, come all!
Also on Sunday Winds for Hope raised money to buy instruments for students affected by the Earthquake-Tsunami in a glittering show of classical and Jazz musicians, from local groups to international figures. Ko-Ichiro Yamamoto, principal trombone Seattle Symphony, Toshiko Akiyoshi, jazz pianist and composer, Lew Tabackin, flute and tenor sax, and Eric Miyashiro wowed the near-capacity audience for a good cause.
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