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JAPANEMA: Mitsuko Delivers

Wednesday, April 23 at 7PM

Mitsuko (Riisa Naka) is a young woman who believes everything will be okay and always tries to help those around her. One day, she met an American man and wanted to help him. They became involved in a relationship and she moved with him to California. A little later, her boyfriend left her and she returned to Japan alone.

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Summer Camp for Teens
Discover Little Tokyo
July 21 -25, 2014
10% off when you register by 6/15

Fun and interactive language day camp for teens!  Campers will learn Katakana and easy expressions in Japanese through fun activities while exploring Little Tokyo.  July 21 to 25 for 14 -18 years old with no Japanese language learning experience necessary.
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Language Courses
JF Nihongo Spring Term
April 19 – June 12
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Let’s learn Japanese this spring!  Our courses are designed for new Japanese-language learners, as well as those who are interested in improving their existing language skills.  Enjoy the friendly, interactive, and above all, fun courses!
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Operation Tomodachi and Afterwards:

A U.S. Marine Corps Perspective

Thursday, May 15 at 7PM

Dr. Robert D. Eldridge, the Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for G-7, and Political Affairs and Public Diplomacy Officer, Marine Corps Installations Pacific (Okinawa, Japan) will talk about the actions taken by Americans immediately following the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on March 11, 2011, known as "Operation Tomodachi".
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