About the New Global Jun-Ai Website

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Video Clip 1

Prologue. The story begins with the scene from an abandoned Japanese settlement community in China. This story is true to the essence based on historical facts.

Video Clip 2

Ai and Shunsuke. After their escape journey, their brief and peaceful time as a couple had come to an end. (Japanese scenes; with English subtitles)

Video Clip 3

Collaborative work in rural China. The relationship between Japanese settlers and Chinese villagers began to blossom. (Chinese scenes with English and Japanese subtitles)

Japanese Trailer

The trailer is packed with 2 minutes 30 seconds of the finest Jun-Ai scenes.

2013.03.10
About NPO Kokusai-Youth Fund
2013.02.12
Endorsement by Dr Darlynn Bowman PhD MscD CMHt (Nov.2012)
2013.02.12
Endorsement by Dr Gnobo A. Calypso (Nov.2012)
2013.02.12
Endorsement by Eriko Yamatani, Member, House of Councilors Japan (Feb.2011)
2013.02.12
ARIZONA STATE UNIVIRSITY(2013 March 29th)
2013.02.12
Nisei Veterans Hall at Seattle(2013 March 16th)

2013.02.12
ARIZONA HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM(2013 March 10th)
2012.02.18
Sedona International Film Festival Official Exhibition
2012.02.25
Opening of JUN-AI's Multi Lingual Website

Multilanguage subtitles

Our aim is to perform screenings for the purpose of international exchange.

Jun-Ai Festival

Jun-Ai screenings are always full of touching moments.

Jun-Ai Passports

The volunteers, also known as Jun-Ai family, are currently increasing in numbers.

Educational Support for the Children

One of our objectives is to present a dream to the children.