Upcoming Events

Please click on the Calendar link for more information on Japanese cultural events in Southern Arizona

For Upcoming Japanese Movies, go to our separate link: http://www.southernazjapan.org/upcoming-movies/

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Tucson Japanese Language School schedule for 2018 to 2019 (ongoing)

※ このお知らせは、補習校に登録されているアドレスに広く送らせていただいています。

来年度より、日本語を母語としない家庭の子供を対象に日本語科の設立にあって以下の募集要項をお知らせ致します。日本語に興味をもっているお友達をご存知の方はこのメールを転送するなどして、周知していただけると幸いです。

“We are very excited to announce that we are opening classes for students who don’t have a Japanese background next fall! Last three years, Tucson Japanese Language School has been dedicated to providing Japanese children opportunities to learn Japanese language and culture in a school setting with their peers and also helping families to immerse their children cross-cultural experiences to deepen understanding in Japanese culture and tradition.
This coming academic year, we would like to invite children in all over Tucson who is interested in Japanese language and culture to experience our one of a kind program. Please see the attachments below for the details and see if your child qualifies.
If you wish to enroll your child, please fill out Enrollment Intent and mail it along with $30 one-time enrollment fee by July 20, 2018. Your child(ren) will be placed in the order that this letter was received for each child. Please note that we are not obligated to secure your child’s spot until all documents have been completed and full or partial tuition has been paid in time.”
Feel free to email us if you have any questions. 
 
2018 – 2019 School Calendar
1803 E Seneca St. Tucson, AZ 85719
Tucson Japanese Language School Managers
 Hitomi McKnight
 Minami Espinosa
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Free Kadomatsu demonstration at Yume Japanese Gardens on December 12

“At year’s end, Japanese flank the entrances of their homes and shops with pairs of kadomatsu – arrangements of bamboo and pine boughs – to welcome ancestral spirits and to assure themselves of prosperity in the New Year.

At 1:00 pm on December 12, Yume Executive Director Patricia Deridder will demonstrate how to make these traditional “gate pine” decorations. Attendance is free with regular Gardens admission, and no reservation is needed.”

www.yumegardens.org

Admission

Adults: $13.00
Seniors (65+): $10.00
Students & Military (w/ID): $9.00
Children 3-15: $6.00
Children 2 and under: Free

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2019 Tucson Japanese Festival moving to new location at Tucson Chinese Cultural Center on January 19