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    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月22日(月)

    第10回TOGETHER FOR 3.11追悼式典(オンライン) 3月6日(日)8:00PM~(EST)

    <申込方法> Eventbriteから登録(お名前とメールアドレスのみ/無料)
    https://togetherfor311onlineevent.eventbrite.com

    ・事前に視聴用のYoutubeのリンク先情報について、リマインダーが届けられるため。
    ・万一、当日、接続の不具合で急な変更が生じた場合、参加登録いただいた皆様に迅速に連絡を取るため。

    なお、最新情報は、Facebookで随時アップデートしていきますので、ぜひ、こちらもフォローして下さい。
    <Facebook> https://www.facebook.com/TOGETHERFOR311

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月18日(木)

    実践的テイクアウト・デリバリー対策オンラインセミナー ~レストランが今すぐにできる対策~

    日時:
    2021年2月25日(木)15:00~16:15(米国西部時間)
    主催:ジェトロサンフランシスコ/ロサンゼルス
    講師:フードビジネス・HRコンサルタント 野口桂子氏

    内容:
    ジェトロ・サンフランシスコ/ロサンゼルスでは、北加日本商工会議所のご協力のもと、レストラン関係者様などを対象にしたオンラインセミナーを開催いたします。新型コロナの感染状況に左右されずにできる、テイクアウトやデリバリーなどに関する実践的な工夫や事例などを専門家より詳しくお話しをさせていただきます。皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。

    講演言語:日本語
    参加費:無料
    申込方法:
    https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/743373627419110159

    定員:1000名(先着順。定員になり次第、締め切らせていただきます)
    ※当日視聴できない場合でも、後日アーカイブ動画をご覧いただけます。
    ※申込ページには講師への事前質問を記載できる欄を設けています。
    申込の際に選択いただく「都道府県」につき、設計上、選択肢は米国の州のみとなっておりますこと、
    予めお詫びいたします。また、「組織名」は企業名の記載をお願いいたします。

    詳細:
    フライヤーをご覧下さい。
    https://www5.jetro.go.jp/newsletter/losangeles/2020/0225OnlineSeminar_restaurant_SFLA.pdf

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月09日(火)

    The New Age of Elder Care: Advances in Technology and Mental Health in an Aging Society

    An increase in life expectancy and a decrease in birth rates are leading populations around the world towards an aging society. According to the Urban Institute, there are over 54 million Americans today that are age 65 and older. By 2040, this number will increase to 80 million. In this webinar, we explore how to live a long and healthy life by focusing on the latest AI technology and psychosocial care methods that can physically and mentally empower the older adult population. On the technology side, we hear from two experts from Japan, a nation with the highest proportion of aging citizens of any country in the world: Dr. Yoshiyuki Sankai the developer of the world’s first wearable cyborg HAL and Dr. Takanori Shibata, the inventor of PARO, the therapeutic seal robot. On the mental health side, psychotherapist and Geriatric Medical Social Worker Mrs. Shiori Lange, LCSW will discuss how psychosocial approaches can help older adults and their loved ones. UCLA Associate Professor Lené Levy-Storms Ph.D. will be moderating the panel of three speakers.

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月09日(火)

    2月20日(土)オンライン勉強会「女性ホルモンの役割と更年期障害」

    乳がん、卵巣がん、子宮がん患者さん支援団体のJapanese SHARE (SHARE 日本語プログラム) では
    勉強会「女性ホルモンの役割と更年期障害」を開催いたします。
    今回の勉強会は、講師に京都大学医学部、産婦人科の池田裕美枝先生をお招きして、
    女性ホルモンの役割についてや、それが欠乏した場合の身体の変化や問題、更年期障害時期や期間、その付き合い方などを、わかりやすくご説明いただきます。
    会の後半には、参加者のみなさまからのご質問にお答えいただく、質疑応答の時間も設けております。
    一般の方にもご参加いただけますので、みなさまぜひご参加ください。

    【講師】池田裕美枝(いけだゆみえ)
    京都大学医学部 産婦人科 医師
    専門・認定医:日本産科婦人科学会専門医、日本女性医学学会女性ヘルスケア専門医、日本内科学会認定医、日本プライマリケア連合学会認定医、認定産業医
    専門分野:女性ヘルスケア、産婦人科一般、内科一般

    【進行】小杉祐子 乳がんサバイバー/SHARE日本語プログラム ファシリテーター、長距離ランナー

    【日時】 2月20日(土)
    17:00~18:30 (PST)
    18:00~19:30 (MST)
    19:00~20:30 (CST)
    20:00~21:30 (EST)
    (日本時間 2月21日(日)10:00~11:30)

    【会場】Zoom ミーティングルーム

    【参加費】無料

    【参加方法】
    参加ご希望の方は下記ウェブサイト内のお申し込みフォームよりご登録ください。(フォーム受領の返信はいたしません)
    https://sharejp.org/schedule/2021/2/20

    ZOOMのミーティングURLは勉強会の前日、19日(金)にE-mailでお知らせいたします。

    *定員(300名)になり次第締め切らせていただきます

    --
    Facebook: @sharejp.org
    Twitter: @SHARE_Japanese
    Instagram: @japanese_share

    • お困りですか?? / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月08日(月)

    リトル東京サービスセンターでは、50 歳以上の方を対象に専門家による無料の心理カウンセリングを日本語で提供しています。

    先が見えないコロナ禍、異常事態が「新しい形の標準」となり、多くの人がさまざまな面で適応に苦労しています。精神面にもそれが強く現れ始めており、これまで心理カウンセリングなど他人事だと思っていた方や、以前治療した心の傷が再び痛み出した方、また特に独り暮らしやネット環境のない高齢者やそのお子さんたちなど、多くが疎外感や孤独感、焦燥感を募らせています。親子関係、夫婦関係、失業、将来への不安、職場や友人との人間関係、健康問題など、コロナ禍でさまざまな困難に直面し悩んでいる方、ぜひ、リトル東京サービスセンター(LTSC)の社会福祉部、メンタルヘルス窓口の専門スタッフまでご相談ください。州免許を持つ臨床社会福祉士が対応いたします。

    50 歳以上で、カリフォルニア州在住の方でしたら、どなたでも無料で心理カウンセリングが受けられます。収入や資産によって費用がかかる場合もありますが、それぞれの事情をお伺いして対応しますので、まずは、お問い合わせください。

    心配事が続いたり、不安な気持ちが以前よりも増えていても「その内どうにかなる。こんなことで相談するのは恥ずかしい」と感じている方もいるかもしれません。しかし、症状が軽い内に専門家に相談することは、悪化を防ぐ第一歩です。迷っていたら、まずはお電話ください。カウンセラーがあなたに寄り添い、解決の糸口を見つけるお手伝いをいたします。LTSCに勤務する心理カウンセラーは全員、アメリカの大学院を卒業し、臨床経験を積んだ、メンタルヘルスの専門家です。秘密は厳守いたします。

    連絡先:リトル東京サービスセンター社会福祉部: (213) 473-3035 。

    受付スタッフ、あるいは留守電に「メンタルヘルスサービスの情報が知りたい」とお伝えください。担当者が折り返しご連絡いたします。

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月04日(木)

    Music Mondays February: Love Cheer up with "Virtual" Concert Naomi Ozawa

    Music Mondays
    February: Love

    Cheer up with "Virtual" Concert
    Naomi Ozawa

    Monday, February 8, 2021
    12:30PM (PST) (25min)
    via JFLA Facebook LIVE

    We want to bring some cheer to your lives by music!
    JFLA presents live music performances via JFLA Facebook LIVE! Every Monday, talented performers will play their repertoire dedicated specially to you. Just go to JFLA's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/JFLALC).
    Let’s start a new week with some uplifting music wherever you are!
    December's theme is Hope.

    Just go to Japan Foundation's Facebook page.
    www.facebook.com/JFLALC
    (You don't need to have a Facebook account. Click the link above.)
    *If you miss it, you can find it later on our FB or our YouTube channel.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYEG7P8EVh__UihWg-k0zBQ


    Performer
    Naomi Ozawa

    Since 2001 Naomi Ozawa has lived in the Los Angeles area and has been active as a solo, chamber, and orchestral musician on the Oboe and English Horn. Originally from Hamamatsu (Shizuoka) Japan, she now lives in Torrance California. Over the last few decades, Naomi has performed throughout Japan, Europe and the United States. Naomi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from the Vienna University of Music and she holds a Performing Arts and a Masters degree from Mannes College of Music, New York. Naomi teaches music at her Los Angeles home studio “Visionary Music Entertainment”. Additionally she coaches local youth orchestras, chorus groups and chamber groups. Naomi also performs in local Symphony Orchestras including the Huntington Beach Orchestra. Naomi is a Board Member of the Music Teachers Association of California and is one of the cofounders of the nonprofit group “Tulips in Harmony”--which, since 2011, after the North Eastern Japan Earthquake disaster, has raised money and improved awareness to support the Miyako Junior Strings Ensemble in Iwate Prefecture. In 2019 Naomi started rock band experience with UMAMIX, and she performs with the band on alto saxophone. Naomi’s hobbies include playing various musical instruments and composing music in the style of new age jazz. Most recently, composing jazz and new-age folk-style music has become the center of her musical growth and development. www.naomish.com


    The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles offers a "Music Mondays" program every Monday at 12:30pm (PT)!
    *Live from Japan will start at 6PM (PT)

    Check the schedule for February as follows.

    February 1: Motoko Honda (Jazz Piano)
    February 8: Naomi Ozawa (Piano, Oboe & Saxhorn)
    February 22: Ten (Koto & Band)

    You can see the past live performances by clicking the link here.
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHWT-LDRbtOMKVxryIS2goApDH793KE6h

    Check updated schedule and more details:
    https://www.jflalc.org/ac-others67-virtualconcert

    • プレスリリース / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月04日(木)

    アメリカで成功する!SNSを活用したレストラン経営のマーケティングを日本語で解説!

    初心者にもバッチリ!各SNSを効果的に使ってあなたのレストランを効率よく宣伝しましょう。

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    ウェビナー:PPPローン第二弾と雇用維持による有利な税額クレジット

    このウェビナーでは、第一弾のPPPローンによる資金調達から得られた教訓、第二弾のPPPローンでは何が変わったのか、組織にとってのメリットをどのように判断するのかを下記のトピックに沿ってご紹介致します。

    ・雇用維持税クレジット(ERC)の概要と2021年の新ルール
    ・貸し手を選ぶ際のベストプラクティス
    ・PPPローン第一弾と第二弾の詳細
    ・PPPローン第二弾の申請要件と計算方法

    • 知って得する / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    Japanese Language Education Update 86

    How has the first month of 2021 been treating you so far? With the pandemic looming over us for about a year, we have had to adjust our ways of operating. This month, we will have webinars to attend every week and it’s been exciting to connect to various affiliates! We are also going to reach out to Japanese teachers all around the United States to understand how COVID-19 has impacted their classrooms. Our first COVID-19 survey took place in fall and we were able to report the results through AATJ (American Association of Teachers of Japanese) webinar in October: https://www.aatj.org/teaching-resources/big-picture. There were various panelists that provided different perspective in terms of Japanese language education. It was interesting to hear how people in business thought about Japanese language learners and listening to heritage learners and their perceptions and motivations when it comes to language learning. As a heritage learner, my motivation to learn Japanese was through entertainment and being able to communicate with my relatives in Japan. But it was also important for me to learn Japanese in a learning environment, as well as use Japanese in a professional environment. That helped me further my Japanese and be able to use Japanese in various situations. Another challenge I face as a heritage learner is not feeling enough/feeling far from perfect. But working at JFLA as an Advocacy coordinator has really challenged my perspective about being a Japanese speaker/learner and now feel comfortable with my skills. I hope I could help other heritage speakers as well as Japanese language learners feel that way as well. Feel free to contact me at jflaeducation@jflalc.org for any questions or concerns! I look forward to hearing from you.

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    VIRTUAL MEDITATION WITH JAPANESE SINGING BOWL

    Wednesday, February 10th & 24th
    12:30PM PT (15 Min Session)
    www.facebook.com/JFLALC
    Meditation with Japanese Singing Bowl will still be offered in 2021 via JFLA Facebook LIVE!

    The singing bowl used for this program harmoniously combines the healing qualities of the Tibetan singing bowl and its Japanese traditional singing bowl. Relax and feel your stress dissipate into thin air as the sounds of the singing bowl lead you into a meditative state.

    There will be one session starting at 12:30pm. Just go to JFLA's Facebook page. Stretch and refresh yourself with us at home!

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    VIRTUAL BILINGUAL YOGA AT LUNCHTIME

    Wednesday, February 3rd & 17th
    12:30PM PT (15 Minute Session)
    www.facebook.com/JFLALC
    Bilingual Yoga will still be offered in the new year via JFLA Facebook LIVE!

    No need to change clothes or use a yoga mat; you will be seated in a chair at home and receive an instruction from our instructor in bilingual (English and Japanese). Easy and relaxed!

    There will be one session starting at 12:30pm. Just go to JFLA's Facebook page. Refresh and recharge yourself with us at home!

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    VIRTUAL CONCERT EVERY MONDAY

    Our virtual concert series Music Mondays continues in February with many more amazing musicians! Bringing some cheer to your lives through music, we will be preforming LIVE via Facebook this month on Mondays (except 2/15) at 12:30PM (PST).

    The theme this month is "Love" and we will feature the following artists:

    FEBRUARY 1: MOTOKO HONDA
    Critically-acclaimed Japanese-born pianist/composer/media artist Motoko Honda has created a distinctive sound through her holistic approach to music, her collaborative sensibility to multiple art forms and inspired use of innovative technologies. Portrayed as a “Keyboard Alchemist”(Chris Barton, L.A.Times) and the “Embodiment of a Muse” (Greg Burk, metaljazz.com),Honda has fascinated critics and audiences alike with her genre-defying innovative approach to piano playing and composing: “Imagine Radiohead teaching Franz List how to rock a Kaoss Pad; or John Cage facing off with Bud Powell over prepared piano”(Matthew Duersten, stompbeast.com). With stylistic influences ranging from jazz to Indonesian music and contemporary prepared & electrified piano, Honda is a musical force of nature, bringing a unique creative sound to her solo works and wide-ranging collaborations. Her music transports audiences on sonic adventures that transcend the boundaries and conventions of traditional contemporary music concerts.
    www.motokohonda.com

    FEBRUARY 8: NAOMI OZAWA
    Since 2001 Naomi Ozawa has lived in the Los Angeles area and has been active as a solo, chamber, and orchestral musician on the Oboe and English Horn. Originally from Hamamatsu (Shizuoka) Japan, she now lives in Torrance California. Over the last few decades, Naomi has performed throughout Japan, Europe and the United States. Naomi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from the Vienna University of Music and she holds a Performing Arts and a Masters degree from Mannes College of Music, New York. Naomi teaches music at her Los Angeles home studio “Visionary Music Entertainment”. Additionally she coaches local youth orchestras, chorus groups and chamber groups. Naomi also performs in local Symphony Orchestras including the Huntington Beach Orchestra. Naomi is a Board Member of the Music Teachers Association of California and is one of the cofounders of the nonprofit group “Tulips in Harmony”--which, since 2011, after the North Eastern Japan Earthquake disaster, has raised money and improved awareness to support the Miyako Junior Strings Ensemble in Iwate Prefecture. In 2019 Naomi started rock band experience with UMAMIX, and she performs with the band on alto saxophone. Naomi’s hobbies include playing various musical instruments and composing music in the style of new age jazz. Most recently, composing jazz and new-age folk-style music has become the center of her musical growth and development.
    www.naomish.com

    FEBRUARY 22: TEN
    Ten is an instrumental world music band based in Los Angeles that blends the ancient sound of the Japanese koto with contemporary music instruments like the bass and drums. The name of the band means "Heaven" in Japanese.
    Ten was founded in Tokyo, Japan in 2005 by husband and wife Ash (Bass) and Yuki (13-string koto & 17-string koto). They moved to New York in 2009, and finally Los Angeles in 2014. They invited Haru (Drums) to the band in 2020.
    https://www.tenvolume.com

    To participate, please visit JFLA's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/JFLALC).

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    Find a Season in the Words: Haiku Workshop for Beginners (Winter/Spring)

    Tuesday, February 16th
    7:00 - 8:30PM PST
    Free to Attend, Registration Required

    Haiku is a type of short poetry originated in Japan. Haiku depicts a sense of season in just three-line phrases with 5-7-5 syllables.

    In this online, yet hands-on haiku writing workshop for beginners, you will learn the origin and history of haiku poetry. Also you will be taught the basics of English haiku writing technique from a veteran haiku poet, Deborah J. Kolodji.

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    LECTURE: FACE-TO-FACE WITH BUDDHIST DEITIES IN KYOTO & NARA

    Come take a virtual journey to the ancient cities of Kyoto and Nara!
    We will present two virtual lectures focusing on Buddhist Deity sculptures in Buddhist temples in Kyoto and Nara. Michael VanHartingsveldt will present a brief history for four temples in each lecture and then highlight specific and noteworthy sculptures visitors might want to see within their precincts. Kay Allen from the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) will then suggest unique and interesting experiences that can be found in the general vicinity of each temple. We hope attendees will use these lectures to inform their visits to Kyoto and Nara, which would result in a rich and fulfilling engagement with Japanese art and culture!

    • 各種イベント / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    YOKAI: ONI! FROM FOLKTALES TO DEMON SLAYER

    Tuesday, February 2nd
    7:00PM PST
    Free to View, Registration Required

    In Japan, you can find YOKAI(ghosts) everywhere from folktales, traditional rituals, to popular manga and anime. The most present YOKAI in Japanese society and culture is the Oni(demon) and they are seen as guards protecting hell, and causes disasters and pandemics.

    On the day of Setsubun, which is the first day of spring in the lunar calendar, people throw soybeans at the Oni to fend off the evil spirits within the home. On the same day, we will be inviting award-winning translator, writer, and folklorist, Zack Davisson as a lecturer to talk about Oni’s presence in Japanese culture. Also, he will explain how Japanese people think about Oni from folktales to Demon Slayer.

    • 知って得する / 各種グループ
    • 2021年02月01日(月)

    2021-2022 Japanese Language Grants Now Available!

    Learners Event Grant
    Deadlines: 3/1/2021, 9/1/2021

    Teaching Material Purchase Grant
    Deadlines: 3/15/2021, 9/15/2021

    Salary Assistance Grant for Japanese Language Courses
    Deadline: 4/10/2021

    Language Education Project Grant
    Deadline: Two months prior to the project start date

    • プレスリリース / 各種グループ
    • 2021年01月28日(木)

    Music Mondays: Motoko Honda (Jazz Piano), February 1, 2021, 12:30PM (PST)

    Music Mondays

    February: Love
    Cheer up with "Virtual" Concert
    Motoko Honda

    Monday, February 1, 2021
    12:30PM (PST) (25min)
    via JFLA Facebook LIVE

    We want to bring some cheer to your lives by music!
    JFLA presents live music performances via JFLA Facebook LIVE! Every Monday, talented performers will play their repertoire dedicated specially to you. Just go to JFLA's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/JFLALC).
    Let’s start a new week with some uplifting music wherever you are!
    December's theme is Hope.

    Just go to Japan Foundation's Facebook page.
    www.facebook.com/JFLALC
    (You don't need to have a Facebook account. Click the link above.)
    *If you miss it, you can find it later on our FB or our YouTube channel.

    Performer
    Motoko Honda
    Critically-acclaimed Japanese-born pianist/composer/media artist Motoko Honda has created a distinctive sound through her holistic approach to music, her collaborative sensibility to multiple art forms and inspired use of innovative technologies. Portrayed as a “Keyboard Alchemist”(Chris Barton, L.A.Times) and the “Embodiment of a Muse” (Greg Burk, metaljazz.com),Honda has fascinated critics and audiences alike with her genre-defying innovative approach to piano playing and composing: “Imagine Radiohead teaching Franz List how to rock a Kaoss Pad; or John Cage facing off with Bud Powell over prepared piano”(Matthew Duersten, stompbeast.com). With stylistic influences ranging from jazz to Indonesian music and contemporary prepared & electrified piano, Honda is a musical force of nature, bringing a unique creative sound to her solo works and wide-ranging collaborations. Her music transports audiences on sonic adventures that transcend the boundaries and conventions of traditional contemporary music concerts. www.motokohonda.com
    The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles offers a "Music Mondays" program every Monday at 12:30pm (PT)!
    *Live from Japan will start at 6PM (PT)

    Check the schedule for February as follows.

    February 1: Motoko Honda (Jazz Piano)
    February 8: Naomi Ozawa (Oboe & Piano)
    February 22: Ten (Koto & Band)

    You can see the past live performances by clicking the link here.

    Check updated schedule and more details:
    https://www.jflalc.org/ac-others67-virtualconcert

    The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles
    jflainfo@jflalc.org
    www.jflalc.org

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