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Annual Meeting & Shinnenkai 2014!

It’s time for JETAA to ring in the new year with our Annual Meeting and Shinnenkai! We are hosting our event at the Nagomi Tea House located in the heart of the International District. Tickets for the event are only $20 if you pre-register, or $25 if you buy tickets at the door. Children are …

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SIFF 2013

Every year, the Seattle International Film Festival brings movies from around the world to theaters. We’re happy to highlight the ones from Japan below. Capturing Dad What started out as an adventure of two young girls to reconnect with their long lost dad becomes a journey of self-discovery, reconciliation, growth, and love. The Great Passage …

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This Weekend: Happy Hour and Book Club!

This Friday is our monthly happy hour, and we’re happy to be holding it at Octo Sushi, followed by an optional karaoke session at Rock Box as the nijikai! Both of these are super exciting. And on Sunday, we’re having a book club meeting! This month’s book was Rouse Up O Young Men of the …

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North American Nippon Educational Services Looking for Host Families

North American Nippon Educational Services is looking for host families that can host a Japanese high school student for a stay in Seattle. Full details are below. Please note that this is not related to JETAA, so if you are interested please contact the organizer directly.

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2013 Shinnenkai Tickets Now Available!

Our annual meeting, party, and networking event is all set for Saturday, February 2! JETs, friends of JETs, families and well-wishers are all welcome! (Tickets from BPT) We’re very happy to be returning to the charming Nagomi Tea House this year for our Shinnenkai. We’ll be holding our annual elections for the JETAA steering council, …

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Tickets for Bounenkai Available!

Come celebrate the end of another great year with PNWJETAA! We are trying a new location this year for something different, and we are looking forward to hanging out on the East side at the newly renovated and reopened Ginza restaurant. Tickets are available in advance from Brown Paper Tickets!

Upcoming Events

First of all, thanks to everybody who came to Transitions! We’re very happy how the event turned out – lots of great participants, presenters, and vendors. If you attended, you can expect a short followup email from us soon. If you didn’t notice them on the calendar, we’ve got some other great things coming up, …

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