JTTRI・JITI / JNTO 2019 International Exchange and Tourism Seminar
The Future of the US-Japan Friendship:
How International Exchange and Tourism are Changing Perspectives
Thursday, March 21st, 2019
3:00- 5:45 PM
reception to follow
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
The US-Japan relationship is one of the most intimate relationships in the world and has deepened over time thanks to numerous initiatives. These initiatives include the 1912 gift of cherry trees from the Mayor of Tokyo to Washington D.C., and the more recent TOMODACHI Initiative which originated in response to the need for assistance after the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011.
For this seminar, JTTRI・JITI and JNTO is pleased to have well-known individuals and experts in international exchange and tourism between the US and Japan who will speak on the current situation and issues in their field, the many aspects of their efforts, and the measures which need to be taken to deepen international exchange, including tourism, between the US and Japan.
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