I seem to open every President’s Message with a line about how busy we are at JSS. But nonetheless it is true and it must be acknowledged.
Japanese Social Services (JSS) is asked to consult on a wide range of problems, including Domestic Violence (referred as DV), some of which involve life and death situations. JSS’s two counsellors have been involved in such issues for many years, and each issue needs a lot of time, effort and resources to try to resolve.
A seminar on the basic knowledge and importance of Power of Attorney and Wills was held on November 27th, 2014 at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, co-sponsored by JSS and Momiji Health Care Society.
It has been almost four years since the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11th, 2011. I was born and raised in the small town of Ishinomaki in Tohoku. My father ran his own business there and had lots of interaction with most of the people in the community. Therefore, as I grew up, I […]
People often ask me what my secret is for living an active, spirited life. They want to know the secret of my fountain of youth. I am 91 years and a half at present, but I cannot think of anything special I have been doing for my health and longevity. If I look back on […]
This Hidamari Club was formed in February 2010 by three mothers who wanted to do “child- friendly” activities. We wanted a Japanese only speaking environment for our children and a fun environment for mothers to do something that would keep us high-spirited.
Hello, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Naomi Matsui. I host classes in table setting design as well as cooking and catering. My goal is to help people enjoy the presentation of various foods alongside the taste.