About JETAANYThe Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program Alumni Association of New York (JETAANY) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving over 2,000 members in the tri-state area. JET Alumni have all lived and worked in Japan as English teachers in the Japanese Public School System. JETAANY’s mission is to assist returning JETs with acclimating to life and work in New York, foster education and understanding of Japanese culture and strengthen the ties between JET alumni and the Japanese community. We do this through a wide variety of social, cultural, professional and athletic events throughout the year.
Japan Photo Contest
- JQ Magazine: Book Review — ‘Tokio Whip’
- JQ Magazine: Book Review — ‘Diary of a Tokyo Teen’
- JQ Magazine: Nippon in New York — Perfume, Guitar Wolf, Digimon Premiere, The Joy of Sake
- JQ Magazine: Manga Review — ‘The Osamu Tezuka Story’
- JQ Magazine: Nippon in New York — Studio Ghibli, Asa Akira, Liberty City Anime Con, Sekai no Owari
Archive for December, 2007
Posted on December 7, 2007 | No CommentsDate: Wednesday December 12th Time: 8pm Location: Forbidden City 212 Avenue A between 13th and 14th www.forbiddennyc.com Happy Fun Smile the Okinawa band with the hot lead singer will be performing Cover: FREE Everyone Welcome! (To see the article on Kossan, the band’s shamisen player, who is a real Buddhist monk, go to http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/11/26/the-chanting-rollerblading-monk-at-the-met/.)
Posted on December 6, 2007 | No CommentsThe Kinokuniya in Rockefeller Center (49th St. between 5th and 6th Avenue) is closing soon. Kinokuniya will be moving all of their Manhattan operations to their new location at 41st St. and 6th Avenue. Since they are closing, the Rockefeller Center Kinokuniya is having a 50% OFF SALE until the end of the month. ALL BOOKS AND MANGA ARE HALF-PRICE. If you’re looking for Japanese books, or TOEIC resources, this is the place to go, and you’ll never find better deals than this. Hurry, because the good stuff will go quickly! Thanks to Nat and Michiko for the tip.