cuisine:

Listing of recommended Japanese Restaurants in Indianapolis.

Listing of recommended Japanese Restaurants in Indianapolis.

At Katsumi's Teaching Kitchen you can learn to make authentic Japanese meals with confidence!  6446 W. Washington St. indianapolis, IN 46241 (317) 431-4153  

At Katsumi's Teaching Kitchen you can learn to make authentic Japanese meals with confidence! 

6446 W. Washington St.
indianapolis, IN 46241
(317) 431-4153

 


visit:

This beautiful Japanese Style Garden is a serene park located just south of Carmel City Hall that was inspired by representatives from Carmel’s Sister City, Kawachinagano, Osaka, Japan. *You can bike there via the Monon Trail! One Civic Square Carmel, IN 46032

This beautiful Japanese Style Garden is a serene park located just south of Carmel City Hall that was inspired by representatives from Carmel’s Sister City, Kawachinagano, Osaka, Japan.

*You can bike there via the Monon Trail!

One Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032

Cat cafes were made popular in Japan and now you can enjoy Indy's very first at Nine Lives Cat Cafe where you’ll get to pet adoptable cats, sip on coffee or tea, color, knit or just de-stress. Located in Indy's hippest neighborhood, Fountain Square. (Opening soon!) 1315 Shelby Street, Suite 1 Indianapolis, IN 46203

Cat cafes were made popular in Japan and now you can enjoy Indy's very first at Nine Lives Cat Cafe where you’ll get to pet adoptable cats, sip on coffee or tea, color, knit or just de-stress. Located in Indy's hippest neighborhood, Fountain Square. (Opening soon!)

1315 Shelby Street, Suite 1
Indianapolis, IN 46203


arts:

Indianapolis Regional Origami Network of Folders (aka IRON Folders) is an Indianapolis based local folding group of Origami USA.  They convene the 3rd Saturday of each month at the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library’s Central Library. Indianapolis Central Library 40 E. St. Clair Street Indianapolis, IN  

Indianapolis Regional Origami Network of Folders (aka IRON Folders) is an Indianapolis based local folding group of Origami USA.  They convene the 3rd Saturday of each month at the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library’s Central Library.

Indianapolis Central Library
40 E. St. Clair Street
Indianapolis, IN
 

Park Sensei has been teaching Judo, Kendo, Iaido and Jujitsu in Indianapolis since 1967. Instructing a range of individuals from youth to senior in the Japanese martial arts, classes at the Mudokwan Japanese Martial Arts School are designed not only for self defense but a balance and harmony of mind, spirit and soul through meditation, discipline and physical training. 8230 E. Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219 (317) 897-1000

Park Sensei has been teaching Judo, Kendo, Iaido and Jujitsu in Indianapolis since 1967. Instructing a range of individuals from youth to senior in the Japanese martial arts, classes at the Mudokwan Japanese Martial Arts School are designed not only for self defense but a balance and harmony of mind, spirit and soul through meditation, discipline and physical training.

8230 E. Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
(317) 897-1000


events:

Japanese Festival hosted by the Japan-America Society of Indiana. It is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one's ancestors.

Japanese Festival hosted by the Japan-America Society of Indiana. It is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one's ancestors.

Festival hosted by the Asian American Alliance in celebration of Asian-American  culture and heritage where you can experience Asia without leaving home!

Festival hosted by the Asian American Alliance in celebration of Asian-American  culture and heritage where you can experience Asia without leaving home!


community:

Founded in 1988, The Japan-America Society of Indiana (JASI) is a not-for-profit cultural and educational organization whose mission is to serve as a bridge of friendship between the people of Indiana and Japan. The Society is supported by a diverse membership of individuals, families, businesses and academic institutions. Japan-America Society of Indiana Union Station 39 West Jackson Place, Suite 50 Indianapolis, Indiana 46225 (317) 635-0123 jasi@japanindiana.org  

Founded in 1988, The Japan-America Society of Indiana (JASI) is a not-for-profit cultural and educational organization whose mission is to serve as a bridge of friendship between the people of Indiana and Japan. The Society is supported by a diverse membership of individuals, families, businesses and academic institutions.

Japan-America Society of Indiana
Union Station

39 West Jackson Place, Suite 50
Indianapolis, Indiana 46225
(317) 635-0123
jasi@japanindiana.org
 

A group for those trying to learn the Japanese language, and for people who already speak the language to have an opportunity to practice. Native speakers interested in learning English are also encouraged to join! This group is also a forum to discuss Japanese culture.  

A group for those trying to learn the Japanese language, and for people who already speak the language to have an opportunity to practice. Native speakers interested in learning English are also encouraged to join! This group is also a forum to discuss Japanese culture.