9.5.18 | Way of the Ninja Performance

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PRESENTED BY THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF JAPAN IN MIAMI

“WAY OF THE NINJA”

“WAY OF THE NINJA” delivers an authentic NINJA performance with the use of actual weapons such as a shuriken, kusarigama, and Japanese swords. TOMONOSUKE, a descendant of the ancient IGA NINJA clan, has performed all over the world with the purpose of introducing the skills of the IGA style of NINJA arts. Audiences will also learn more about the background of NINJA in JAPAN in this exciting display. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime experience to meet a NINJA and see them in action!

ADMISSION IS FREE

 

MORNING SHOW

Co-sponsored by FIU Asian Studies Program

TIME: 10:45 am
LOCATION: The Herbert & Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center
ADDRESS: FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, 10910 SW 17th St. Miami, FL 33199
 
AFTERNOON SHOW

Co-sponsored by Broward Center for the Performing Arts

TIME: 3:30pm
LOCATION: Abdo New River Room, Broward Center for the Performing Arts
 
EVENING SHOW

At capacity and no longer available

 

Internship Opportunity | Sasakawa USA

Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA is hiring Paid Interns for Fall 2018. (Washington, D.C.)

Interns will either support our Communications and Education programs or support our Research programs. The application deadline is August 17. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. For details on the available internships and for instructions on how to apply, please click here.

Western Japan Flood Relief

As many of you know, there have been many victims of devastating floods in Western Japan over the last few weeks. Florida Jetaa has decided to support the donations campaign created and monitored by #USJETAA. If you are looking for a safe and reliable way to get funds to Japan, we encourage you to go through US JETAA!

Since the beginning of this fundraiser, USJETAA has received overwhelming support and has almost reached their goal of $5,000 to support Japan Platform (ジャパン・プラットフォーム) and their great efforts connecting funds to organizations on the ground in western Japan.

If you haven’t donated yet, please consider helping them reach their goal. #prayforjapan #westernjapan

https://usjetaa.networkforgood.com/projects/55620-western-japan-flood-relief

Thank you.

JOB OPPORTUNITY – Mitsukoshi

Mitsukoshi USA, Inc. operates the Japan Pavilion at Epcot. They have an immediate opening for an assistant buyer. This position will be responsible for purchasing Japanese clothing, food stuff and toys that will be sold at the Japan Pavilion at Epcot.

Qualifications include:
Bi-lingual in Japanese
1+ years of buying experience
Bachelor’s Degree

To apply, please visit http://www.mitsukoshi-orlando.com/

HELP WANTED! Tampa Natsumatsuri

Looking for help with the Tampa Natsumatsuri (Sat. 6/23)!
This #FREE Japanese festival is organized by JET Alumni from central Florida, but you don’t have to be Alumni to be a part of the festival! Help is needed to run game booths. We are also looking for people to join a Festival Committee to plan next year’s Natsumatsuri. Sponsored by the Florida JET Alumni Association (non-profit) and the Consulate General of Japan in Miami!

Please contact Festival Director Tom Gregorich if you would like to volunteer.

Webinar Series | USJETAA

This newly launched FREE webinar series is intended to provide guidance and instruction to JET alumni across the country on a variety of careers, professional development topics, and unique challenges and how to navigate them. This webinar is on how to become a Japanese teacher after JET. Current JETs and JET alumni are both welcome to join. For those who can’t attend, a recording will be available after the webinar at: https://usjetaa.org/programs/webinar-series/

WANTED: Natsumatsuri Festival Committee

Did you know that the Florida JETAA Natsumatsuri in Tampa has is our largest event each year? What started 13 years ago as a small, local festival run by former JETs has turned into a huge community event that draws over 800 guests! Most importantly, it remains a FREE community event run by volunteers.

After 13 years, John McGee and his family, who spearheaded and led Tampa Natsumatsuri, are returning to Japan. We are sad to see them go, but are excited for a chance to see the festival grow with a newly established Festival Committee under the leadership of Festival Director Tom Gregorich. You don’t have to live in Tampa to participate!

To Join

MESSAGE Tampa Kumicho or email Tampanatsumatsuri@gmail.com.

New committee members that join by June 5th will have a chance to shadow/learn from John directly how he has prepared the festival each year.

Positions

-Floor Manager
Arrange, direct, and monitor set up for festival. Main contact for vendors.

-Festival Treasurer
Keep budget, man front desk at festival

-Inventory Chair(s) (2) 
In charge of storage unit and inventory

-Activities Chair 
Coordinate all FLJETAA activity booths, recruit and direct volunteers

-Stage Manager
Coordinate all on-stage activities. MC.