The Japanese American Relations Committee

The Japanese American Relations Committee, 日米関係委員会, Nichibei kankei iinkai
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Founded: 1916


Standing Committee



1. To insure friendly relations between Japan and America, and to blend and harmonize the sentiments of both countries. 2. To work for mutual understanding in case of disputes, and to correct mistakes in newspaper reports.


1. In case of necessity, to call a general meeting by order of the standing committee. 2. To work in concert with the Japanese Relations Committee in San Francisco, as well as the Japanese-American Relations Committee in New York, and to endeavor to come to a mutual understanding.