The Japan-America Society of San Antonio, or JASSA, was established in 1985 to foster increased understanding and cooperation between the citizens of San Antonio and Japan. As a non-profit, educational, and cultural group, we strive to make Japanese culture better known in San Antonio.
Our Next General Meeting is April 23rd!
Part of our program will be a membership discussion over JASSA leadership. We welcome and look forward to your input.
Join us in the second meeting of the San Antonio Japanese Club!
Focused on improving one's Japanese conversational skills, this meeting explores sushi making and improving fluency in Japanese conversation.
Spots have filled up for our second class, but stay tuned for our next meeting!
Sister Margit Nagy Receives the Order of the Rising Sun from the Government of Japan
Planning to Visit Japan?
On Tuesday, November 3, 2015, the Government of Japan announced that Sister Margit Maria Nagy, CDP, Ph.D., Professor of History at Our Lady of the Lake University, is the recipient of “the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon”.
She was presented with this award in recognition of her esteemed service in the promotion of the mutual understanding between Japan and the United States of America.
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Video OF THE WEEK
Interested in studying animation in Japan? Watch this short video on Nihon Kogakuin College in Tokyo!
JASSA 2016 Scholarship Fund
With current low interest rates, JASSA's annual Scholarship Program has lost some of its effectiveness. Please help us reach our goal over the next few months with your donation.