Strengthening International Ties at the Old Ball Game

The baseball season has just begun in both Japan and the United States. Ambassador Bill Hagerty enjoyed opening day at the Tokyo Dome together with Prime Minister Abe and other dignitaries on March 27. Baseball is a time-honored tradition and a great way to make new friends from around the world. The State Department’s DipNote ...
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Promoting Studying Abroad in the U.S. at Tokyo Comic Con!

The Embassy sponsored a booth at this year’s Tokyo Comic Con Dec. 1-3 at Makuhari Messe, celebrating pop culture and promoting study in the USA. Visitors to our booth got photos with our Embassy mascot, Tom the bean, along with various other celebrities. They also had the chance to try out a virtual reality experience ...
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U.S. Embassy Tokyo Hosted its Annual “America EXPO” College Fair

U.S. Embassy Tokyo hosted its annual “America EXPO” college fair on September 9 at Ochanomizu Sola City Conference Center.  A record 93 U.S. higher education institutions participated in the event.  Approximately 1,800 students participated in 15 separate seminars on study in the U.S., covering a range of topics including scholarships, and employment opportunities after studying in the United States, ...
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Embassy Hosts “America EXPO 2017” with U.S. Universities on 9/9 Saturday

U.S. Embassy Tokyo will host its annual “America EXPO” college fair on September 9, 2017 at Ochanomizu Sola City Conference Center in Ochanomizu,  Tokyo.  There will be representatives from 90 U.S. universities and colleges, and 15 seminars at the EXPO. The event is free of charge and open to students, parents, and anyone interested in ...
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Student Visa Day at the Embassy!

The Embassy hosted a Student Visa Day on June 28 for some 50 Japanese students eager to study abroad in the United States. After their visa interviews, the students took a trivia quiz about American university life. Minister-Counselor for Public Affairs Margot Carrington spoke to the group and emphasized the value of studying abroad. Several ...
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Japanese Women’s Leadership Initiative Offers Executive Program in Boston

The JWLI is now taking applications for their four-week executive development program for up-and-coming Japanese women leaders with a clear vision for social change in Japan. The program includes participation in the Women’s Leadership Program at Babson College, a 5-day intensive entrepreneurial management program, and visits to successful nonprofit organizations in Boston to learn their ...
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