The Kerst holiday was quite short this year unfortunately, but for our small team, the holiday never ended! Right after the holiday, we got right back to work. Sadly, our team can’t come together due to pandemic restrictions, but this doesn’t stop us. We continue to hold meetings through online channels and we continue to extend our presence on social media without any interruptions. We won’t stop till we make the JACCU name known throughout the Netherlands!
All our efforts are gradually coming to fruition. It makes us very happy to receive positive feedback from numerous people who love, understand, and want to share Japanese culture. Especially, the participation of young talents in our team gives us strength.
Jake and Reka, who joined us in January, are our new heroes. The two support us for our social media visibility and thanks to them, JACCU now has a LinkedIn profile, Facebook page, Instagram account, and YouTube channel!
This way, we are able to reach people all the way from Utrecht, to all over the Netherlands, and even the world. We hope that we will be able to reach thousands of people who are in love with Japanese art & culture, and share our passion and vision with them.
Don’t forget to check out our social media accounts and to like and follow us to be instantly informed about all the activities that take place under the roof of JACCU!
NEWS & ARTICLES
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