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Our hearts are with the families affected by the devastating earthquakes that struck Kumamoto Prefecture in mid-April. We wish them strength as they continue rescue efforts and recovery.

In order to assist with recovery efforts, JASSA, in conjunction with multiple San Antonio organizations, is currently collecting donations to bolster relief programs run by the City of Kumamoto.

To donate to the Kumamoto Earthquake Relief Fund, click the donate button below.

Welcome! ようこそ!
The Japan-America Society of San Antonio, or JASSA, was established in 1985 to foster increased
understanding and cooperation between the citizens of San Antonio and Japan. As a non-profit, educational, and cultural group, we strive to make Japanese culture better known in San Antonio.


Japan Fest 2016 (Akimatsuri)

Thank you everyone who stopped by Japan Fest on October 16th. With your support our sister city of Kumamoto is one step closer to a full recovery!

We would also like to thank our various guests and performers for donating their time to our cause. Without your support, Japan Fest would not have been such a success.

We look forward to seeing everyone again next year!

Next General Meeting: TBA

Our next general meeting will be our end of the year party, Bounenkai!

Stay tuned for more details and other events we have in store!

Upcoming events

  • Stay tuned for future JASSA events!

Upcoming Classes

  • January 17, 2017 6:00 PM
    St. Anthony Catholic High School, Classroom #320, 3200 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX
  • January 17, 2017 7:00 PM
    St. Anthony Catholic High School, Classroom #320, 3200 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX
  • January 17, 2017 8:00 PM
    St. Anthony Catholic High School, Classroom #320, 3200 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX


Previous Announcements

Planning to Visit Japan?
JASSA Members Get Hotel Discounts!


The Imperial Hotel in Tokyo and The New Otani Club are extending special discounts to members of the Japan-America Society of San Antonio.

You can learn more about these benefits here (IH) and here (NHC)


Sister Margit Nagy Receives the Order of the Rising Sun
from the Government of Japan

On Tuesday, November 3, 2015, the Government of Japan announced that Sister Margit Maria Nagy, CDP, Ph.D., Professor of History at Our Lady of the Lake University, is the recipient of “the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon”.

She was presented with this award in recognition of her esteemed service in the promotion of the mutual understanding between Japan and the United States of America.

Please click here for the full press releaseEmail Only Membership is now available

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JASSA 2016 Scholarship Fund

With current low interest rates, JASSA's annual Scholarship Program has lost some of its effectiveness. Please help us reach our goal over the next few months with your donation.

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