Overview

Under the "KAKEHASHI Project" of Japan's Friendship Ties Programs, 7 Japanese researchers visited the United States of America from March 3 to March 10, 2020 to participate in the program aimed at promoting the understanding of Japan with regard to its politics, economy, society, culture, history, and foreign policy as well as Jewish studies in Japan.
During the school exchange program, they delivered a presentation and exchanged opinions on Jewish studies in Japan. Through the observation of various sites, the participants enjoyed a wide range of opportunities to improve their understanding of the US and Japan US relations, and shared their individual interests and experiences through social media.

[Observation] Congregation Shearith Israel (CSI)
[Observation] YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
[Exchange program] Discussion with Mr. David Bernstein (President & CEO of JCPA)
Action Plan "All participants will make a Newsletter about the overview and site visits of the program and distribute it to the audience of the reporting sessions, and post it online"