Jarman International team visits Yonezawa to explore all of its historical, cultural and gourmet gems! (Yamagata Prefecture)

During a weekend in mid-October, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman along with four JI Core 50 members headed to Yonezawa city in Yamagata Prefecture as part of a monitor tour. This year, Jarman International is becoming more involved in 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

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

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

Three works by Dutch washi master Rogier Uitenboogaart was chosen as interior decorations for one of Kochi’s leading construction companies

Jarman International has been supporting the work of Rogier Uitenboogaart who arrived in Japan 40 years ago from the Netherlands, to learn the ins and outs of making traditional Japanese paper called washi. In 2006, Rogier started his own Kamikoya Continue Reading

Uniting the world through the fun and freedom of dance – Watch Premium Yosakoi in Tokyo online and let its energy bring you a deep sense of hope

The Yosakoi Festival is one of Japan’s largest festivals, known for its diverse dance styles, vibrant costumes, and upbeat music ranging from traditional Japanese folk tunes to pop, rock, and salsa-inspired rhythms. It originated in Kochi Prefecture nearly 70 years Continue Reading

Congratulations to JI Core 50 member, Steven Liu, for receiving his Master’s Degree from Hitotsubashi University!

We are very excited to celebrate the accomplishment of JI Core 50 member, Steven Liu, for recently receiving his Master’s Degree in Business Law from Hitotsubashi University, one of the top research universities in Japan. Steven focused his studies in Continue Reading

Explore the world of saiku decorative sushi with YouTuber John Daub on his ONLY in JAPAN channel! (Tokyo)

Did you know that there are actually many styles of sushi? Besides the usual varieties like sashimi, rolls, and nigiri, there is one you have probably never heard of called saiku sushi. These consist of maguro tuna shaped like beautiful Continue Reading

Tune in this Saturday, April 10 at 8 PM on the popular TV show “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World), and watch as Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman teaches us all about what makes Japan so unique in the world!

This coming Saturday, April 10, 2021, from 8 PM, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman will teach us all about Japan’s unique people and culture on the incredibly popular TV show called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in Continue Reading

Spend a night in the only room in the world that offers an all-you-can-drink service of Krug Grande Cuvée, a world class champagne (bar hotel Hakone Kazan)

Krug was founded in 1843 in the city of Reims, France, by German-born Joseph Krug, and has since earned one of the highest reputations among the region’s Champagne houses. The Grande Cuvée is their top bottling, which is composed of Continue Reading