Former Governor Martha Layne Collins introduced the Japanese Consul General Motohiko Kato before his remarks during a Shinnenkai, a traditional Japanese New Year's celebration hosted by Japanese/America Society of Kentucky at the Governor's Mansion in Frankfort. Collins was heavily involved in forming the first relationships with the Japanese when Toyota came to Kentucky in the early 1980s.
Former Governor Martha Layne Collins introduced the Japanese Consul General Motohiko Kato before his remarks during a Shinnenkai, a traditional Japanese New Year's celebration hosted by Japanese/America Society of Kentucky at the Governor's Mansion in Frankfort. Collins was heavily involved in forming the first relationships with the Japanese when Toyota came to Kentucky in the early 1980s. Herald-Leader
Former Governor Martha Layne Collins introduced the Japanese Consul General Motohiko Kato before his remarks during a Shinnenkai, a traditional Japanese New Year's celebration hosted by Japanese/America Society of Kentucky at the Governor's Mansion in Frankfort. Collins was heavily involved in forming the first relationships with the Japanese when Toyota came to Kentucky in the early 1980s. Herald-Leader

Party known as 'shinnenkai' further unites Japanese, Kentucky cultures

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