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Japanese flag Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville

Address1801 West End Avenue, Suite 900
Nashville, TN 37203
Phonelocal: (615) 340.4300
international: +1.615.340.4300
Faxlocal: (615) 340.4311
international: +1.615.340.4311
Web sitehttp://www.nashville.us.emb-japan.go.jp/index.htm

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Comments on this Consulate-General

Jeanette Evans
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 21:18 EST
Stop the cruel and barbaric slaughter of whales and dolphins
The unpardonable slaughter of whales and dolphins in Tajii is cruel and horrifying.
It is a slur on Japan.
Jeanette Evans
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 20:50 EST
Stop the slaughter of whales and dolphins in Tajii
Please stop the brutal, and unpardonable slaughter of whales and dolphins in Tajii.
It is a slur to the name of Japan to kill sea creatures that cannot defend themselves.
Nancy Cottrell, President, Taiho Manufacturing of
Tue, 17 Jan 2017 16:12 EST
Difficult to find Japanese/English employees
My name is Nancy Cottrell, President, Taiho Manufacturing of Tennessee.
(Parent company, Taiho Kogyo, Co., Aichi-Toyota City, Japan)

My company has immediate job openings for Japanese/English speaking members in Engineering and Sales.
We are having difficulty to find candidates that speak Japanese/English.
Do you have any resources you can provide to assist me with my trouble?

Thank you,
Nancy Cottrell, President
Taiho Manufacturing of Tennessee
ncottrell@taihoua.com, 615-683-3224
Pat Tracy
Tue, 16 Feb 2016 13:23 EST
It is sad that I could not bring something to the consulate and have interpeded in to English my mother was from Osaka and if she was still alive she would have thought this to be very rude
Jim Banick
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 11:34 EST
Iwo Jima WWII artifacts
I'm a Marine veteran that did a historical tour of Iwo Jima in 1990. I have two bowls that I recovered in the tunnels on the island. I would like to return them. I will pay all postage just need a place to return them. If you are interested please email me a address to mail them. Email address jimb1260@yahoo.com. Thank you
Jim Warren II
Sun, 1 Feb 2015 18:45 EST
Dear Citizens of Japan,
I wish to express our prayers and condolences on the loss of your two citizens. The gross and dishonorable actions of the terrorists must not be allowed to stand. I wish for comfort for the families of the victims. May the pain of this loss be assuaged with the knowledge that we as Americans and Allies stand united with you all.

Sincerely and Respectfully,
Jim Warren II
Brian Orlich
Wed, 31 Dec 2014 15:51 EST
Tom and Rhea Moore
We have been trying to contact Tom and Rhea. Mail is returned and the phone is disconnected. Are they alive? Did you a acquire Tom's land in Sewanee ? Brian
Mon, 6 Oct 2014 14:53 EDT
to tom moore
I have received your message i wrote for you in your inbox am not arround right now try to call me on this number 00229 97 08 08 69 for more details
tom moore
Mon, 6 Oct 2014 14:10 EDT
inerested in donating land
My wife and I have a small house 1.51 acres 7 miles from Sewanee in a beautiful wooded setting with a spring and within view of Lost Cove . I have been an Aikido
instructor most of my life and have an aesthetic love for Japanese culture. I am 70 yr. old and we are planning our will . Having no heirs , my interest has been for this property to be a retreat for Japanese artists and writers . Would the Japanese Consulate be at all interested in acquiring this land for that purpose ? My email is
tom@kaigaka.com. I hope you receive this message. Sincerely , Tom and Rea Moore.

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