It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!
A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Council, sponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.
As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!
April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then!
It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!
A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Council, sponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.
As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!
April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then!
It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!
A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Council, sponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.
As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!
April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then
It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!
A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Council, sponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.
As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!
April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then!
It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!
A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Council, sponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.
As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!
April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then!
It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!
A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Council, sponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.
As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!
April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then!
It was another beautiful day at the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival. Thank you for joining us! This year's Festival was bigger and better than ever and so was the attendance. We, at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee, are in awe and ever so grateful to see so many people of all ages from Nashville and so many other cities in Tennessee and our neighboring states come together at the Festival to enjoy the day with family and friends and to celebrate Japanese culture. It was once again the happiest place in Music City!

2015年度ナッシュビル桜祭り、今年もお天気に恵まれ皆様にはご参加いただき心から感謝しております。今年の桜祭りはこれまでで一番大きく、より良く、そしてお越しいただいた方々の数もこれまでで最高となりました。弊協会、テネシー日米協会では、テネシー州内から、そして近隣の州から日本文化を祝うためにご家族やお友達とお越しいただいた多くの方々にお会いする事ができ、とても光栄に思っております。今年もミュージック・シティーで一番楽しい場所となりました。

A big thank you to everyone who made the 2015 Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival possible - our sponsors, partners, artists, exhibitors, vendors, performers, martial arts groups, volunteers, Advisory Council and Planning Committee. It truly is a team effort. Our Advisory Councilsponsors and partners keep the Festival free. Our artists, exhibitors, vendorsperformers and martial arts groups are the reason we all love to come to the  Festival. Our volunteers and Planning Committee members work hard in the months before and on the day of the Festival, and we couldn't do it without them. And, a very special thanks to Mayor Karl Dean and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - our partner since the first Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival in 2009.

2015年ナッシュビル桜祭りに携わって下さいました全ての方々(スポンサー、パートナー、アーティスト、展示者、出店者、出演者、武道披露出演グループ、ボランティア、諮問委員会、そして実行委員会の方々)に心より御礼を申し上げます。桜祭りは本当に皆様からのチームワークの賜物です。諮問委員会スポンサーパートナーの協力により、桜祭りを無料で提供することができましたアーティスト、展示者、出店者出演者、そして武道披露出演グループが参加くださったおかげで多くの方々が素敵な思い出を作る事が出来ました。又、ボランティア、そして実行委員会による数か月も前からの、そして桜祭り当日の働きが無しでは桜祭りを行う事ができませんでした。そして、初めて行われた2009年桜祭りから私どものパートナーであるナッシュビル・デビッドソン郡・メトロ政府とカール・ディーン市長に心より盛大な感謝を致します。

As a reminder, proceeds from the Festival benefit our mission to plant 1,000 cherry blossom trees – 100 each spring over 10 years in Nashville parks and neighborhoods. So far, we have planted 700 trees. We hope you enjoy these trees and the shade they provide this summer until they bloom again next spring and remind us all that it's time again for the Festival!

最後になりますが、桜祭りを通じて得られた寄付などは私どもの1,000本の桜の植樹計画に役立っておりますー毎年春に100本の桜を10年間掛けてナッシュビルの公園や近郊に植えています。既に700本の桜を植樹してきました。来年の春に又花を咲かすまで、そして桜祭りの到来を知らせてくれるまで、夏の間は桜の木が作る木陰や緑をお楽しみください!

April 9 is the date for the 2016 Festival, and we hope you will join us at Nashville Public Square again next year. See you then!

2016年度の桜祭りは4月9日に決まりました。来年もナッシュビルのパブリック広場でお会いできるのを楽しみにしています!

The 2016 
Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival
will be on 
Saturday, April 9.

Cherry Blossom Walk 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m.
Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

FREE parking at LP Field!
Scroll down for details.

2016年度のナッシュビル桜祭りは
4月9日(土曜日)です。

桜ウォーク 午前9時~午前10時
ナッシュビル桜祭り 午前10時~午後5時

LPフィールド(スタジアム)の駐車場を無料でご利用できます
詳しくはページの下をご覧ください
We hope you will be able to join us
at Nashville Public Square
to celebrate spring and Japanese Culture!

日本の文化と春をお祝いし
ナッシュビルパブリック広場で
お会いできるのを楽しみにしています。

You can help us 
plant 100 Cherry Trees 
in Nashville parks and neighborhoods this year.

Click here to see where 
the Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival 
Tree Planting Project 
has planted 700 cherry trees.

100本の桜の植樹
今年も皆様からの寄付のご協力をお願い致します。

これまでの7年間で700本の桜の木を植樹してきました。
ここをクリックすると植樹箇所の地図をご覧いただけます。
Cherry Tree Donation

If making a donation online, 
please email the sponsorship form below

オンラインで寄付を希望されます方は、
下記申請書を

jasninfo@jastn.com宛にお送り下さい。



For Corporate Donation,  
Please click here.
企業寄付はこちらをクリック下さい。
Get Directions To:
1 Public Square
Nashville Tennessee 37201
USA

New this year, FREE parking is available at LP Field Lot A and with FREE shuttle service,  sponsored by Fifth Third Bank. The shuttle service will be offered to and from the Public Square entrance on Union Street. To park in LP Field Lot A, exit  I-65/I-24 via Exit 48 (James Robertson Parkway/State Capitol). Go toward downtown on Interstate Drive. Turn right on Russell Street. Lot A will be on the right. An alternate route is to follow the signage from the interstate to LP Field and continue following signage to LP Field Lot A. And, look for the shuttle stop signs. 

The shuttle service schedule:
One shuttle from 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. 
Three shuttles from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
One shuttle from 2:00 p.m.-5:15 p.m.

Parking for $5 is also available in the Public Square/Metro Courthouse Garage at 101 James Robertson Parkway. Parking Map This garage is underground, directly beneath Public Square Park, and is part of the Historic Metro Courthouse complex. There are two entrances and exits - from James Robertson Parkway and from Gay Street. The garage attendant will collect the $5 parking fee as you enter the garage, so if you canpay $5 in cash, entry into the garage will be faster and easier. Additional parking is also available at a variety of downtown locations, or consider riding downtown on the MTA bus. 


今年からLP Field(会場近くのスタジアム)のLot 番号A にて無料駐車場と、無料シャトルサービスFifth Third Bankのご提供によりご利用になれます。シャトルはUnion Streetのパブリック広場入口に停まります。LP Filed のLot Aへは高速65号線・24号線の48番出口(James Robertson Parkway/State Capital)を出て、Interstate Driveをナッシュビルダウンタウン方面へ向かい、Russel Streetを右に曲がっていただくと、Lot A は右側になります。他にも高遅くを降りてLP Fied への指示に従い到着することも出来ます。シャトルの停留所にはサインが付いています。

循環シャトル運航スケジュール:
午前9時~10時  シャトル1台
午前10時~午後2時  シャトル3台
午後2時~午後5時15分  シャトル1台

会場のパブリック広場・メトロ裁判所駐車場地下にある駐車場も一日5ドルでご利用になれます。(101 James Robertson Parkway) 地図 入口は2か所ございます。一つはJames Robertson Parkway沿い、もう一つはGay Street沿いです。各入口で駐車代5ドルを係員にお渡しください。出来れば現金をお支払いいただけると混雑が防げスムーズに駐車場へ入る事が出来ます。その他の駐車場はこちらをご覧ください。 又はナッシュビルダウンタウンを走るMTA Busをご利用ください。

Or, leave you car at home, skip all the traffic, get some exercise and ride a bike to the Cherry Blossom Festival!  Walk/Bike Nashville will be offering free, secure bike parking throughout the festival!  And, everyone who leaves a bike with Walk/Bike Nashville's free Bike Valet will be entered into a drawing for a goody bag full of special Nashville Cherry Blossom prizes.
又は自宅に車を置いて、混雑を避け運動を兼ねて桜祭りまで自転車でご参加ください。 Walk/Bike Nashville では無料で確実な駐輪場を桜祭り開催中に用意しています。Walk/Bike Nashville の無料バレット駐輪場に自転車を停めた方の中から抽選で桜祭りスペシャル・ギフト・バッグが当たります。
For an ADA accommodation,
contact Ginger Byrn at (615)603-9180

ADA(障害を持つアメリカ人法)設備に付きましては
Ginger Byrn(615)603-9180までご連絡下さい。
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Contact us:
Japan-America Society of Tennessee (テネシー日米協会)
P.O. Box 330003, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone:   (615)663-6060 English
      (615)556-1928  Japanese (日本語)