AJET Blocks

AJET Blocks, by color (From AJET website)
Guide for the AJET Block map (From AJET website)

The Association of JETs (AJET) has divided up the prefectures into blocks. There are 11 blocks throughout Japan. This is not to be confused with the local Block system in Akita.

AJET Block Division

Block 1
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Amanda Tsuhako

  • Hokkaido
  • Aomori
  • Iwate
  • Akita

Facebook group here


Block 2
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Merran Eby

  • Miyagi
  • Yamagata
  • Fukushima
  • Niigata

Facebook group here


Block 3
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Ashley Fox

  • Ibaraki
  • Tochigi
  • Gunma
  • Saitama
  • Nagano

Facebook group here


Block 4
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Kristie Fletcher

  • Chiba
  • Tokyo
  • Kanagawa
  • Yamanashi
  • Shizuoka

Facebook group here


Block 5
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Domnhall McFarline

  • Toyama
  • Ishikawa
  • Fukui
  • Gifu
  • Aichi

Facebook Group here


Block 6
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Carolina Swift

  • Shiga
  • Kyoto
  • Hyogo

Facebook group here


Block 7
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Jessica Laufer

  • Mie
  • Osaka
  • Nara
  • Wakayama

Facebook group here


Block 8
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Amon Bradshaw

  • Tokushima
  • Kagawa
  • Ehime
  • Kochi

Facebook group here


Block 9
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Dustin Reimer

  • Tottori
  • Shimane
  • Okayama
  • Hiroshima
  • Yamaguchi

Facebook group here


Block 10
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: Harriett Bougher

  • Fukuoka
  • Saga
  • Nagasaki
  • Oita

Facebook group here


Block 11
2016 - 2017 Block Rep: CJ Fischer

  • Kumamoto
  • Miyazaki
  • Kagoshima
  • Okinawa

Facebook group here


AJET Block Elections

Around January to February, the AJECT council accepts applications to run for Block Representative positions. Elections are held in late February to March. If you are interested in running for Block Representative or want more information on elected AJET positions, check here.


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