Come Celebrate Spring!

2015 Stamford Sakura Matsuri
Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival

Saturday, May 9, 2015 - 11am to 4pm
Mill River Park, Stamford, Connecticut

Come celebrate Spring as the Mill River Collaborative and the Japan Society of Fairfield County host the very popular 2015 Stamford Sakura Matsuri (Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival) with live musical and dance performances, demonstrations, and craft activities for adults and children. The festival will be held in the beautifully renovated Mill River Park, Stamford, CT.  Mark your calendar!  More info....


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

Japan Society of Fairfield County, Inc. was formed in 1987. In 1998 the Tri-State American-Japanese Society, a Greenwich based organization with similar goals and activities, merged into Japan Society of Fairfield County, Inc. read more... 


Lecture and Performance:
Kabuki Dance and Kimono
Kyoko Ohnishi

Friday, April 24th  2:00 PM


Meadow Ridge Auditorium
100 Redding Road
Redding, CT

Kyoko Ohnishi is a performing artist and educator. She has taken Kabuki Dance-Drama training in the Soke-Fujima-ryu in Tokyo and New York, and granted a master’s certificate with a professional name Fujima Konishiki. She is a founding member of Japan Society of Fairfield County, CT and serves on its Advisory Board.
No reservations needed. No charge!

yokahama_rosa_cr_Hideo Mori

Japan Society of New York presents

One-Woman Comedy
Yokohama Rosa

starring Michiko Godai

Saturday, April 25, 7:30 PM 
Sunday, April 26, 2:30 PM 

An intimite portrait of a woman whose life was changed forever by WWII.  For more information
Credit Hideo Mori

Shashin: Japanese Photography FestivalShashin: Photography from Japan
A Festival in New York City

The 2015 inaugural Festival program will include slideshows, film screenings, lectures, salon-type engagements, publications, and exhibitions depicting the dynamic and diverse activities in photography found in Japan today. The Festival will center around a symposium organized by The Council for Photography from Japan along with the New York Public Library and the International Center of Photography (ICP). For more information please visit Shashin: Photography from Japan and the New York Public Library websites.