Japan-U.S. Cherry Blossom Centennial
Use of logo and Event endorsement guidelines
Consulate General of Japan in New York encourages proposals for a wide range of events celebrating the Japan-U.S. Cherry Blossom Centennial. Organizers of events endorsed by the Consulate will be entitled to use the official name "Japan-U.S. Cherry Blossom Centennial" and the centennial logo in all publicity materials including posters, pamphlets, websites, signboards, and banners.
- Events should take place in the jurisdiction of the Consulate in 2012.
- Events should aim to promote Japan-U.S. relations in various fields, encourage mutual understanding and strengthen friendship between the two countries. Events should not be mainly profit-oriented.
- Proposals for events should be concrete and feasible.
- Events should not advocate any particular principle, ideology or religion. They should not support any political activity or election campaign, nor violate public order or standards of decency.
- Costs must be fully borne by the organizers.
(2) How to apply
- Applications should be submitted by either e-mail (with documents scanned as attachments) or mail to the Consulate.
- Necessary documents:
2）Supporting documents about the event (i.e., summary, budget)
3）Supporting documents about the organizer (i.e., overview, group charter, past activities)
4）Pledge on event recognition
- We are unable to return applications, so we recommend you keep a copy for your reference.
- Organizers are kindly asked to give written notice in case of changes to or cancellation of events.
Consulate General of Japan in New York
Masakazu Kigure (Mr.)
299 Park Avenue, 18th Floor, New York NY 10171