A Message From Consul General Kayoko Fukushima
In compliance with government directives, the Japan/America Society of Kentucky (JASK) office will be temporarily closed as of March 17, 2020. Thank you for your understanding.
You remain in our thoughts during this time of uncertainty. As you and your loved ones take precautions and follow recommendations to stay healthy and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), you can stay connected to Japan from the JASK website and via social media
Established in 1987, the Japan/America Society of Kentucky (JASK) is a nonprofit, nonpolitical membership organization dedicated to promoting a better understanding of the business, cultural and social practices and customs of Japan and Kentucky. Headquartered in Kentucky's Capitol, Frankfort, JASK provides member events and services throughout the state.
JASK is overseen by a 34-member volunteer Board of Directors who represent leading businesses throughout the commonwealth. JASK members have the opportunity to communicate and cooperate with each other, fostering greater mutual reliance and creating an improved regional business climate for companies of both nations.
JASK is a member of the National Association of Japan/America Societies (NAJAS). This allows our Corporate Members access to each of the 38 Japan/America Societies, including a job/resume database and a directory of links to Japan resources.