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Joto Sake Tasting

NEJETAA members are invited to a sake tasting by Joto Sake at Fugakyu. Please mention you’re from NEJETAA when you RSVP!   Brewery Tour, 2012 Joto Sake Please join us in welcoming the owners from three of the most prestigious breweries in Japan! Yuki No Bosha, Eiko Fuji and Shichi Hon Yari. Enjoy a Sake tasting and […]

JQ Magazine seeks writers

JQ Magazine Seeks Writers for Summer 2012! As we slide into summer, JETAA New York’s JQ magazine continues to provide content with an ever-expanding array of articles, interviews and features (see our recent stories here). We’re now looking for new writers, including recent returnees and JET vets, from all JETAA chapters worldwide for posting stories via our host at […]

Kickstarter for JET alum documentary on Fukushima Taiko

Fukushima JET Alum, Darryl Wharton-Rigby has started a kickstarter fund to support his documentary project about the Fukushima youth taiko group’s story that you may have heard about.  His letter is below and you can find more details at JETwit here. I am a former JET (2005 – 2007, Kawamta-machi in Fukushima-ken). I am reaching out […]

Contributions needed for “Inaka” Project

Current Oita JET, Chris Allison, has started a project to share information about great places for foreign travelers in Japan to check out.  It’s called “The Inaka” Project. As JET and JET Alumni we are in a unique position to help contribute to this project. JETwit has more details here and as noted by another JET officer, this […]

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