Kamikoya Washi Studio was featured in a video by Outdoor Japan!

Jarman International has been supporting the owner of Kamikoya Washi Studio in Kochi Prefecture, Rogier Uitenboogaart, who has been hand making traditional Japanese paper (“washi”) for 40 years. In August, Kamikoya was featured in a beautiful video by Outdoor Japan about Continue Reading

Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman’s book reached #13 on Amazon’s bestseller list under Diplomacy and International Relations! You can still stream her appearance on the beloved TV show, “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World), online for free!

On September 18, 2021, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman appeared on the popular TV show, “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World), for the third time this year. In response to the success of the show, Continue Reading

Jarman CEO Ruth Marie Jarman will be on the popular TV show “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou (The Most Useful School in the World)” for the third time on September 18 at 7 PM!

This month, for the third time, Jarman CEO Ruth Marie Jarman has been called back on the incredibly popular TV show called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou (The Most Useful School in the World)“, which will be broadcasted on September 18 from Continue Reading

Learn all about Japanese gourmet ramen & noodles with John Daub! (Live from Japan Rail Cafe in Tokyo station)

Japanese cuisine is no stranger to noodles, and YouTuber John Daub has travelled all across Japan to taste its countless varieties. Brought to you live from the Japan Rail Cafe in Tokyo station, John will introduce some of his most Continue Reading

Article about summer in Tohoku written by JI team member Chiara Terzuolo was published on Japan Today!

Although many of Tohoku’s beloved summer festivals have been cancelled or scaled down due to the pandemic, there are infinite ways to still have fun in this incredible northern region of Japan.  Visit Esashi Fujiwara Heritage Park in Iwate, a Continue Reading

The Jarman International Virtual Charity Golf Cup was highlighted in Metropolis magazine!

On July 14, 2021, Metropolis magazine published an article highlighting Jarman International’s monthly Virtual Charity Golf Cup, which takes place at EastWood Country Club in Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture.  Jarman chose the Mirai no Mori charity due to their influential aim to Continue Reading

In Yamatogokoro’s inbound report, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman shares insightful tips for successful tourism marketing based on the keyword, “international residents”!

The outbreak of COVID-19 fundamentally changed the way we think about tourism and inbound strategies. Among countries that are struggling to contain the pandemic however, there are those successfully implementing widespread vaccinations and allowing tourism travel to slowly return.  Based Continue Reading

Ruth Marie Jarman and Adam Fulford create insightful videos that highlight the cultural differences between Japan and the world for MS&AD, one of the world’s largest insurance companies (ranked in the Fortune Global 500)

On July 14, 2021, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman and JI Core 50 member Adam Fulford collaborated on a project to create 10 short videos for one of Jarman’s partners, MS&AD Holdings, that each highlight a different aspect about Continue Reading

The Jarman International ‘Virtual’ Charity Golf Cup was featured on the Japan Times!

We are very excited to share that our monthly Jarman International ‘Virtual’ Charity Golf Cup was featured on the Sustainable Japan by The Japan Times in their Times Gallery (June edition) which highlights a variety of important celebrations and events held Continue Reading

Don’t miss the re-broadcast of Premium Yosakoi in Tokyo, available online until July 22!

On July 4, 2021, Yosakoi dance teams from across Japan and the world came together for a special online performance, which was livestreamed via their Premium Yosakoi in Tokyo YouTube channel. It was an immense success with hundreds of Yosakoi Continue Reading