The Hon. Harry H. Horinouchi, Consul General of Japan, hosted a reception honoring U.S. Service Members who have been stationed in Japan — active, reserve, and veteran.
The event included an evening of exquisite, freshly prepared Japanese cuisine, superb sakes and other refreshments, an entertaining cultural program, and networking and camaraderie with colleagues from both the U.S. and Japan. Those in attendance had the opportunity to share experiences of time in Japan while being thanked for contributions in support of the U.S.-Japan relationship and alliance.
This was the inaugural event of the “Service in Japan Alumni” project, hosted by honored guest Consul General Horinouchi at his official residence in the beautiful Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The group plans to build upon these events in the future, both regionally and in terms of theme and scope, based upon feedback and continued cooperation. For more information on the project, visit the Japan-America Society of Southern California here.
JUMP is proud to have helped provide support for this event.
When: Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Where: Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles (90020 zip code –full address to follow upon RSVP)
Invitees: Service members (active, reserve and veteran) with time in Japan, each of whom also may bring a guest.
RSVP: Ms. Emiko Mita: (213) 617-6700 ext. 420; E.Mita@LS.MOFA.GO.JP
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