National Japan Bowl

Time: 
April 10: 1:45 – 5 PM
April 11: 8 – 5 PM
Location: National 4H Youth Conference Center – 7100 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD, 20815 (Map)
Cost: FREE

To observe the National Japan Bowl Championship Rounds, email name and affiliation to japanbowl@us-japan.org.

The National Japan Bowl is an academic competition that tests the achievements of high school students throughout the United States who are studying the Japanese language. However, Japan Bowl goes beyond language and also tests the students’ knowledge knowledge of Japanese culture, history, geography, arts and current events.

The format of the competition is modeled on popular quiz show such as “It’s Academic”. Teams from across the nation compete for two days and the event also includes a variety of cultural activities.

Through the Japan Bowl, the Japan-America Society and its many supporters recognize and show appreciation to those high school students from across the US who have chosen Japanese as their foreign language.

Getting There

National 4H Youth Conference Center
7100 Connecticut Avenue,
Chevy Chase, MD 20815 (Map)

Contact Information

The Japan-America Society of Washington DC
P: 202.833.2210
E: japanbowl@us-japan.org
www.japanbowl.org