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Welcome to the Institute for Japanese Studies

The Institute for Japanese Studies (IJS) was created in 1985 through a gubernatorial initiative in recognition of Ohio's national status as the second greatest site of Japanese manufacturing investment. Between 1985 and 1995 IJS received $1.8 million from the state of Ohio to intensify language training, introduce courses for students in professional schools, and reach out to businesses and the community. Today it continues to vigorously promote education and research about Japan.

 

Useful Links:



Journal of Japanese Linguistics:

Mineharu Nakayama, Editor



Japan-America Society

of Central Ohio

 

Ohio Association

of Teachers of Japanese


 

 

 

Institute for Japanese Studies

The Ohio State University | 306 Oxley Hall | 1712 Neil Avenue | Columbus, OH 43210
Tel: 614-292-3345 I Fax: 614-292-7589

Richard Torrance, Director I Janet Stucky-Smith, Assistant Director | Professor Bradley M. Richardson, Founding Director
Program Assistant I Webmaster

Journal of Japanese Linguistics: Mineharu Nakayama, Editor
Japan-America Society of Central Ohio | Ohio Association of Teachers of Japanese