North Carolina Japan Center
The NC Japan Center serves as a focal point for interaction between Japan and North Carolina, and is a statewide resource intended to assist all citizens, universities, companies, and public and private institutions in relations with the Japanese.
Founded in July 1980 by Governor James B. Hunt, the Center continues to strengthen the state's academic, business, and cultural ties with Japan. Its Academic Advisory Board consists of faculty from colleges across the University, providing guidance and direction for academic exchange and development. An external Board of Advisors includes prominent citizens of North Carolina who have a strong interest in Japan and US-Japan relations.
Pre-register for fall classes!
Find out about courses at the NC Japan Center, and sign up for one of
our regular classes for youth or adults, or consider one of our
weeklong beginner classes for learners of all ages. See our
for more information.
Open weekday mornings until mid-afternoon except for holidays. Please call in advance.
NC State University
|NC Japan Center · 705 Barbour Drive, Raleigh, NC 27603 · (919) 515-3450|