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

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

Did you miss watching Ruth Marie Jarman on the popular TV show, “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World)? No worries! You can still stream it online for free until June 26th!

On June 12, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman made her second appearance on the beloved TV Show (Nippon TV channel) called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou (The Most Useful School in the World)”. During the show, Ruth shared with us 20 Continue Reading

Catch Jarman’s CEO, Ruth Marie Jarman, on the popular TV show “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World) TONIGHT (June 12) at 7 PM!

Once again this month (TONIGHT at 7 PM), Jarman International CEO, Ruth Marie Jarman, will be back on the beloved TV Show (on the Nippon TV channel) called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou (The Most Useful School in the World)”.  Japan has Continue Reading

Ruth Marie Jarman shares interesting insight on the Tokyo Olympics!

The Tokyo Olympics is scheduled to begin about 2 months from now, and Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman had the opportunity recently to hear a speech by Seiko Hashimoto, the President of the Games. Rather than focusing on whether Continue Reading

Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman’s book ranked #1 Best Seller on Amazon Japan in response to her appearance on a popular TV show called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou (The Most Useful School in the World)”!

On April 10, 2021, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman appeared on a beloved TV show in Japan called “Sekaiichi Uketai Jugyou” (The Most Useful School in the World)”. This beloved TV show has been broadcasting every week for almost 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

Check out Jarman CEO, Ruth Marie Jarman’s new inspiring YouTube video about how unique and essential you are in this world!

This moment is the only one ever. So are you.   Check out Jarman International CEO, Ruth Marie Jarman’s new video where she talks about how incredible it is that we are all different from each other. How important it Continue Reading

In celebration of Women’s Month, Jarman International CEO Ruth Marie Jarman will be speaking at an online event hosted by U.S. Consulate Nagoya!

In celebration of Women’s Month, U.S. Consulate Nagoya is hosting a Zoom webinar highlighting the experiences of women in leadership in order to help spark and push forward the important conversation around inclusiveness and gender equality. Jarman International CEO, Ruth Continue Reading