• Kazuko Lillie

Subarashii Sponsors! - Bronze Level

Today we are excited to shine the spotlight on all of our Bronze Level sponsors on the blog! These sponsors all make contributions not just to JapanFest, but to the local and international communities in Georgia and beyond!

Georgia Asian Times

Georgia Asian Times covers the multicultural Asian American community in metro Atlanta and Georgia. It is a pioneer digital newspaper in providing coverage across the diverse Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian, Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino, Singaporean, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Thai, Burmese, Indian, and Indonesian communities in Georgia. It also celebrates the achievement of Asian businesses in Georgia and promotes a cultural bridge among the different Asian communities that the newspaper serves. The paper (printed in English) is published biweekly, via direct-mail subscription, and has a distribution of 28,000 subscribers. You can sign up for a subscription here!


MomoCon brings together fans of Japanese Anime, American Animation, Comics, Video Games, and Tabletop Games to celebrate their passion by costuming / cosplay, browsing the huge exhibitors' hall, meeting celebrity voice talent, designers, and writers behind their favorite shows, games, and comics and much much more over this 4-day event on May 27th-30th, 2021. Visit there website here (https://www.momocon.com) and check out our in-depth blog post about them here.

Temple University, Japan Campus

TUJ offers the unique opportunity to receive an American university education in Tokyo. Established in 1982, but moved to a brand new campus, in Setakaya-ku, Tokyo, in the fall of 2019 (the campus had it's one year birthday on August 14th!). The new campus delivered a brand new, purpose-built facility in one of Tokyo's most popular wards for TUJ students. Students from around the world come to TUJ for its unique mix of academic rigor, central Tokyo location, and Japanese cultural immersion. All classes at TUJ are taught in English and no Japanese proficiency is required to start. Approximately 70 countries and regions are represented in the student body. Small classes of around 21 students each encourage student participation and allow faculty to provide individualized attention. TUJ is also excited to announce they will be welcoming their new Dean, Mr. Matthew Wilson in September 2020.


WOWNOW is Georgia's primary source for South Asian events and much more! It provides the latest information on what’s happening in Georgia’s growing and vibrant South Asian community. It also prides itself on being the most comprehensive South Asian source of information in Atlanta and Georgia since 1994. You can find the latest community and concert/event information, a comprehensive Restaurant Guide, grocery stores, organizations, and places of worship listed on WOWNOW. They also support most South Asian non-profit organizations and associations in Georgia including several national organizations. Check out their website here: https://wownow.com/

We at JapanFest Atlanta would once again like to thank all of our generous Bronze Level sponsors for their generous contributions!