To Our Visitors,

The Sansuikai Library is now open with appointment only.

If you have any questions, please free to contact us.

Best regards,

Sansuikai Center

 What's new  

The 571th Texas-Kai Golf Tournament

Date:5/1/22 (Sun) In case of bad weather, the tournament will be cancelled.

Tee-Off Time:8:00 a.m. Shot-Gun start

(Assembly Time 7:40 am / Registration 6:30 am)

Place:The Golf Club at Cinco Ranch 

23030 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy, TX 77450 / TEL: 281-395-4653

Rules:Double Peoria System
Registration:Click the link and register by 4/8/22

https://www.secure-cloud.jp/sf/business/1537980226IdfjPawo

Entry fee:$130.00 per player ($100.00 per player for additional family members)
Payment:Cash

Detail:here

Posted 3/25/2022

JBAH TO APPEAL FOR MODIFICATION OF BORDER MEASURES UPON ENTRY TO JAPAN

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From left to right: Consul Saito, JBAH President Kawakami, Acting Consul-General Sagawa and JBAH Advisor Nagawa

On November 4th, Atsuki Kawakami, President of JBAH visited Masaya Sagawa, Acting Consul-General in Houston to submit a written request to appeal for the following border measures: 

 

1. Exemption from the quarantine period upon entry to Japan for those who have completed vaccination.
2. Elimination of restrictions on the use of public transportation upon entry to Japan for those who have completed vaccination.
3. Resume immigration approval and visa issuance for those who have completed vaccination.
4. In addition to only Japanese government-approved vaccines, those who have completed CDC-approved vaccines are subject to the above (1), (2), (3).

 

The Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York as well as All JCC & JBA Board have also made the same appeal to ambassadors in NY and Washington DC in hopes to help streamline procedures for both Japanese and Americans entering Japan, and continue to revitalize economic activities in their respective countries.

 

As JBAH started the year 2021-2022 this October, the appeal has become a significant step forward in pursuit of our mission. 

Posted 11/11/2021  12:00

Seminar & Event
Japan Business Association of Houston 

The 571th Texas-Kai Golf Tournament

Date:5/1/22 (Sun)

In case of bad weather, the tournament will be cancelled.

Tee-Off Time:8:00 a.m. Shot-Gun start

(Assembly Time 7:40 am/Registration 6:30 am)

Place:The Golf Club at Cinco Ranch 

Rules:Double Peoria System
Registration:Click here, and register by 4/8/22

Entry fee:$130.00 per player

($100.00 per player for additional family members)

Payment:Cash

Detail:here

 

Seminar & Event
Sponsored by Other Organizations
Please note that each sponsoring organization assumes full responsibility of the event posted in this section.

2022 Spring Japanese Garden Cleanup

Date :Saturday, May 7, 2022

Time :9:00 AM  12:00 PM

Where: Hermann Park6000 Fannin Street

   Houston, TX, 77030United States (map)

Register: here

Presented by Japan America Society of Houston

Event & Meeting Schedule

Posted 04/07/2022

Thank you for Winter Storm Relief Fund donation

Dear JBAH Members:

  

Thank you for joining our fundraising efforts:

 

Number of Donors:31(Corporate 29, Individual 2)

Total Amount of Donation: $27,000(Corporate $26, 800, Individual $200)<As of 4/22/2021>

Donation of $25,000 was sent to Houston Harris County Winter Storm Relief Fund  on 3/18/21, and the remaining donation of $2,000 will be sent to the same fund later this month.

Total donation will be $27,000.

We appreciate your support and contributions.

 

Minoru Aizawa

President of JBAH

*Please refer to the letter from our President for detail.

Posted 04/22/2021  12:30

Consul-General Fukushima, JBAH President Aizawa and JBAH Advisor Nagawa visited Chris Olson, Director of Trade and International Affairs at the City Hall delivered a letter to Mayor Turner regarding the donation to Houston Harris County Winter Storm Relief Fund.

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April 1st, 2021 at the City Hall

From left: Yuzuru Nakagawa, Advisor of JBAH.

Consul-General, Hideo Fukushima.

Chris Olson, Director of Trade and

International AffairsMinoru Aizawa, JBAH President

Posted 04/07/2021  12:00

Thank you for COVID-19 donation

Dear JBAH Members:

  

Thank you for joining our fundraising efforts:

 

Number of Donors: 40 (Corporate 37, Individual 3)

Total Amount of Donation:  $42,100(Corporate $40,600, Individual $1,500)

 

With the JBAH’s contribution for the remaining balance, we donated the total of $50,000 to two COVID-19 relief funds.

We appreciate your support and contributions.

 

Yoshihiro Shiraiwa

President of JBAH

*Please refer to the letter from our President for detail.

Posted  06/12/2020  10:00

Consul-General Fukushima and JBAH President Shiraiwa visited Harris County Office and handed the letter directly to Harris County Judge Hidalgo regarding COVID-19-related donations.

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May 28th, 2020 at Harris County Office

From right; 

JBAH President Yoshihiro Shiraiwa

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo

Consul-General Hideo Fukushima

Posted 05/29/2020  11:00 

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The medical personnel who received the lunch donation from JBAH.

(Photo/Harris Health System)

JBAH would like to express our deepest gratitude for those whom made donation. Your Supports help us continue our mission and to support for those front line medical staffs who are working tirelessly to help ensure the safety of our community and also for those vulnerable families who are going through sudden severe financial hardships.

Posted 05/28/2020  9:00

Message from Mayor's Office of Trade & International Affairs

On May 26, Mayor's Office of Trade & International Affairs and Director Olson issued a message for the visit to the City Hall, donations from JBAH, and the relationship between Houston and The Japanese Business Community.

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Posted 05/28/2020  9:00

Consul-General Fukushima and JBAH President Shiraiwa visited City Hall and handed the letter directly to Mayor Turner regarding COVID-19-related donations.

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May 18th, 2020 at Hoston City Hall

From right; 

Mr. Chris Olson, Director of Trade and International Affairs

Mr. Andy Icken, Chief Development Officer

Mayor Sylvester Turner

Consul-General Hideo Fukushima

Mr. Yoshihiro Shiraiwa, JBAH President

Mr. Yuzuru Nakagawa, Advisor

Posted 05/19/2020 10:00

PRESS RELEASE 5/16/2020

The Japan Business Association of Houston Donates $50K in Support of COVID-19 Relief Efforts, Including Meals for Medical Workers.

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Posted 05/18/2020 8:00

JBAH commits $100,000 to support Hines College's Community Design Resource Center.

In honor of the 50th anniversary, the Japan Business Association of Houston announced its donation of $100,000 to the Community Design Resource Center (CDRC) in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston.

For more information, please visit University of Houston website.

Posted  02/08/2018  10:00