Pauline founded The Japan Room to revive the salon atmosphere of eighteenth-century Europe from which speculative Freemasonry originated in combination with her friendship with Japan. She has many hobbies and interests but is mainly involved in three activities:
Pauline is a Visit Kyoto Ambassador as appointed by Mayor Kadokawa of The City of Kyoto.
In 2015, Pauline was elected onto the Board of The Japan America Society of Hawaii.
Pauline is a Director Emeritus of The Japan Society of the United Kingdom from 2008-2014.
Pauline spends 1-2 months in Kyoto every year, usually during the spring or autumn. Pauline was also elected a Governor of the English-Speaking Union of three years from 2011-2014. The ESU was originally found to act as a bridge to link the UK with the US.
The Founder is neither Japanese nor part-Japanese - her ancestry is Armenian. To learn more about Armenia, please take the time to visit www.armenianhighland.com and click on the "Encyclopedia" after selecting the Enhanced or Plain version.
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