Samuel Ullman was an American businessman, poet, humanitarian, and religious leader. In his retirement, he wrote a poetic essay entitled “Youth (青春)" which is known and admired by the Japanese. The Samuel Ullman Museum was created to advance Ullman's vision by examining his civic, educational, and religious ideas and endeavors.
The Japan-America Society of Alabama initiated the Samuel Ullman Award in 1992 to recognize those who have made significant contributions toward the advancement of the relationship between Japan and Alabama. We honor a recipient of the award every year during our Annual Dinner celebration.
Each year, the Alabama Department of Commerce releases its "The Alabama Economic Development Impact Report" (formerly known as the New & Expanding Report) containing information about new projects and capital investment across the state. This report can be found on the Business Development Division's website, madeinalabama.com.
Japanese companies invested $289,200,000 with 6 new projects and 411 new jobs created in 2022.
Discover the organizations and places in Alabama that have a special connection to Japan!
If you are aware of any places in Alabama that showcase Japanese culture, art, food, or any other aspect related to Japan, we would love to hear from you! Please feel free to reach out to us through our email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever wanted to learn Japanese but didn’t know where to start? Or perhaps you have some Japanese knowledge and would like to improve?
We have a list of materials you can use to learn Japanese and Japanese culture.
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