JSFC HELD FALL FESTIVAL

JSFC held their annual Fall Festival on September 17 in Westport. We had taiko drums, Japanese Bon dances, and more! Read about what happened HERE.

JSFC OFFERS SOROBAN WORKSHOPS

Learn the benefits of the Soroban (the Japanese Abacus). Curious how it works? Come join a workshop! They will be held October 1 and 8. Click HERE to read more.

JSFC president Jackie Alexander presents check to JHC Executive Director Kevin Peraino

JSFC PRESENTS CHECK TO JHC

At the celebration for the official opening of the Historic Jay Gardens on June 12, 2022, the Japan Society of Fairfield County presented the Jay Heritage Center a check for $15,000. This donation will fund an allée of 22 Japanese Higan Cherry Blossom trees. Read more...

HELP US BY BECOMING A MEMBER

Membership dues are our prime source of funding.

Members are entitled to reduced rates to participate in JSFC programs and are added to our mailing list to receive individual notification of events. Some programs are limited to only members such as our private social events and museum tours.

Click here for our Member Registration page!

CORPORATE SUPPORTER PROGRAM

JSFC now has Corporate Supporter Program. This is a way for businesses, from small to large, to help us continue our programs. We thank Maruichi Japanese food and Deli Stamford and Penguin Environmental Design for being our first Corporate Supporters. To learn about this program, and how it can aid your business as well as us, clck HERE.

ABOUT THE SOCIETY

Japan Society of Fairfield County, Inc. is a private non-profit membership organization comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to building knowledge and mutual understanding between Japanese and Americans through educational, cultural and philanthropic programs. View more...


CONTACT US

Japan Society of Fairfield County, Inc1 Hobby DriveRidgefield, CT 06877Tel: (203) 431-0697email: info@japansocietyfc.org
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JSFC president Jackie Alexander presents check to JHC Executive Director Kevin Peraino

JSFC PRESENTS CHECK TO JHC

At the celebration for the official opening of the Historic Jay Gardens on June 12, 2022, the Japan Society of Fairfield County presented the Jay Heritage Center a check for $15,000. This donation will fund an allée of 22 Japanese Higan Cherry Blossom trees. Read more...