Sister Cities were created to promote peace through people-to-people relationships. They offer the flexibility to allow connections to form between communities that are mutually beneficial and take on issues that are most relevant to the partners.
Kawachinagano, Osaka, Japan
Sister City Relationship est. 1994
In 1992, international exchange activities began in Kawachinagano, Osaka, Japan. Among them was full-fledged International Promotion Project called, “Kawachinagano City Internationalization Policy Plan.” One of the results of this activity was a proposal to form a Sister City relationship. Carmel Junior High and Carmel High school already established a long-term Sister City school relationship with Seikyo Gakuen, located in Kawachinagano City, Japan.