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Resources

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Corporate Meeting


NC Business Organizations

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC)

https://edpnc.com/about-the-edpnc/

800-228-8443 (Monday thru Friday, 8 am - 50m)

15000 Weston Parkway

Cary, NC 27513-2118

 

North Carolina Department of Commerce

https://www.nccommerce.com/it/international-regions/japan

info@nccommerce.com

(919)814-4600

 

The State of North Carolina Japan Office(ノースカロライナ州政府日本事務所)

http://www.nctokyo.com/

info@nctokyo.com

03-3435-9301

東京都港区虎ノ門3−20−4

虎の門鈴木ビル5階

Southern Bridge International

Email: sbi@southernbridgeintl.org
Phone: 919.830.7130
Address: 110 Pheasant Wood Ct. SuiteC
Morrisville NC 27560

NC Education

North Carolina Educational Organizations and Institutions. 

The Japanese Language School of Raleigh (ローリー日本語補習学校)

http://www.japanschoolraleigh.com/english.html

admin@japanschoolraleigh.com  

Saint Mary’s School

900 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27603

919-787-1300

The Japanese Language School in Charlotte(シャーロット日本語補習校)

Waddell Language Academy

http://jlsc.g1.xrea.com/

7030 Nations Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28217

The Triangle Center for Japanese Studies

Carolina Asia Center at UNC-Chapel Hill

https://carolinaasiacenter.unc.edu/

FedEx Global Education Center, McCauley St, Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Asian/Pacific Studies Institute at Duke University

NC Japan Center at the University of North Carolina

https://japan.ncsu.edu/

705 Barbour Dr, Raleigh, NC 27603

(919) 515-3450

Japan Culture Exchange (Japanese language school)

https://www.japance.com/?page_id=653

5106 Oak Park Rd, Raleigh, NC 27612

Government

Consulate-General of Japan in Atlanta

consulate@aa.mofa.go.jp

404-240-4300

Phipps Tower, Suite 850, 3438 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30326

NC Japanese Associations

The Chapel Hill Durham Japanese Association

http://www.geocities.jp/cd_nihonjinkaijp/

cd.nihonnjinkai.jp@gmail.com

 

The Japanese Association in Charlotte

http://jacharlotte.g1.xrea.com/

Mother and Daughter
Veggie Sushi

NC Cultural Clubs

Nippon Club of the Triangle

https://trianglejapanclub.org/

 

Charlotte Kendo Club

charlottekendoclub@gmail.com

 

Carolina Kendo Kai

https://unc.trianglekendoiaido.org/

 

Triangle Kendo & Iaido

http://www.trianglekendoiaido.org/membership-info/

NC Japanese Food & Grocery

Toyo Shokuhin & Gifts (東洋食品)

 748 E Chatham St L, Cary, NC 27511

(919) 319-1620

Oriental Store of Raleigh

3601 Capital Blvd STE 101, Raleigh, NC 27604

(919) 876-6911

K-Town (Kim’s Asian Market)

6014 Duraleigh Rd, Raleigh, NC 27612

(919) 510-5999

H Mart

1961 High House Rd, Cary, NC 27519

(919) 535-5900

https://www.hmart.com/

Ling Ming’s Global Mart

 3400 Westgate Dr, Durham, NC 27707

(919) 401-5212

National Japanese Scholarships

Image by Syuhei Inoue

Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science

Value of Award:

Maintenance Allowance (¥534,000), Airfare, Research Support Allowance and Overseas Travel and Accident Insurance Policy are provided.

Fulbright Award - Japan

- Open Study/Research Award for Graduate Students

- Open Study/Research Award for Graduating Students

Blakemore Foundation

- Blakemore Freeman Fellowships - Language Grants

- Blakemore Kingfisher Fellowships - Art History Grants

Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Program for U.S. Citizens

Foggy Lake

JET PROGRAM USA

The JET Program is a competitive employment opportunity that allows young professionals to live and work in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Being a JET is an opportunity to work and to represent the United States as cultural ambassadors to Japan. Most participants serve as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) and work in public and private schools throughout Japan; some work as Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) as interpreters/translators.

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