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  • Nurturing U.S.-Japan Exchange in Buzen

    Nurturing U.S.-Japan Exchange in Buzen

    April 23, 2015, Buzen - U.S. Consulate Fukuoka, together with Buzen City, Fukuoka Prefecture planted 60 North American dogwood saplings marking 60 years since the city’s establishment.

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    Cultivating Relationships

    March 25, 2015 – Munakata City, U.S. Consulate Fukuoka, together with Munakata City, planted 30 dogwood saplings on the “Hill of Wind” at Munakata YURIX, the city's premier cultural and sports complex.

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  • Planting Near Former Hangar

    Planting a Living Monument to Peace

    March 18, 2015, Usa City, Oita – On the 70th anniversary of the aerial bombardment of Usa, Oita, the U.S. Consulate Fukuoka planted 30 North American dogwoods at the site of a former imperial naval air station.

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  • The U.S. Consulate in Fukuoka seeks to enter into contracts with qualified, reliable firms with sufficient facilities, financing, and work experience for the following projects:

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    Fukuoka EducationUSA Fair

    The U.S. Consulate Fukuoka and the Fukuoka Prefectural International Exchange Foundation will host the Fukuoka EducationUSA Fair.  There is no fee to participate in this public event; we welcome admissions officers, alumni, and current students to represent their institutions. [more]

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Dogwood Initiative

  • Friendship Blossoms logo A century ago, Japan gave the United States 3,000 cherry trees in friendship. Now the United States is commemorating that legacy by giving 3,000 dogwood trees to Japan. [More]