Students and Teachers Talk About the Japan Bowl





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Published on Jan 7, 2013

The National Japan Bowl is an academic competition that tests the achievements of high school students throughout the United States who are studying the Japanese language. However, Japan Bowl goes beyond language and also tests the students' knowledge of Japan, the country.

The format of the competition is modeled on popular quiz show such as "It's Academic". Teams from across the nation compete for two days and the event also includes a variety of cultural activities.

Japan Bowl is about the future and building the "next generation" of leaders in US-Japan relations. It is a significant way to strengthen American understanding of Japan and to promote friendly relations between our two countries.

For more information, visit www.japanbowl.org
For inquiry, email japanbowl@us-japan.org


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