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Mai N' Mikey
· January 11, 2015
I find this place to be the deadset best Japanese language school in Sydney. I have studied at four schools now and this is the most effective. the teachers are great, the materials are useful and rel...evant and the pace is great too See More
Ronaldo Aquino
· June 17, 2017
Came for a talk on culture and architecture. Amazing resources! Might sign up for a class.
Jo-Anne Lee
· October 8, 2016
Came here to see Perspective, Tattoo exhibition of photographs. Fascinating and complex. Great catalogue and information provided. Did not know of place at all so a great find. Will be back.
Eve Girao
· April 21, 2016
I went to Japan Foundation Library to get some information about scholarship. In the begining I didn't know it was the Library. I wanted to talk to someone responsible for culture and exchange program....I talked to a japanese guy, around his 30s. He was very rude, sarcastic and very aggressive. He was sitting at reception desk. That happened 14th April around lunch time. See More
Richard Potts
· September 15, 2016
Nice little exhibition in their gallery space
岸本 ダビッド
· July 8, 2014
Live Paintings for Living Cities
Ran - 4K restoration
J-Central Draw 2017.03

TV audiences must've been shocked when they saw Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu showered with stuffed Winnie the Poohs at the Winter Olypmics.

Japan's top figure skater and the bear have a long history

#Tendon (tempura and rice) restaurant, Akimitsu, has just opened up in #Adelaide!

IN the mid-16th century, tempura arrived in Japan from Portugal. Now, it’s Japan’s turn to export it as global frenzy grows for a simple, but classic twist on the deep-fried dish called tempura donburi – or “tendon”. And the craze is about to hit Adelaide.

#JLPT registrations are now open for July 2018 in #Brisbane and #Canberra!
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Our travelling exhibition MANGA HOKUSAI MANGA is now on at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville for a limited run. Catch it before it ends on March 11!

AN international exhibition will officially launch at Perc Tucker Gallery tonight as the Japanese Foundation brings Manga Hokusai Manga to Townsville.

Hiro Goto's photos of Tokyo will make you feel nostalgic.

With a population of over 13 million people, it’s easy to get lost in the overwhelming hustle and tech atmosphere of Tokyo. The beauty of the Japanese megapolis hides in its many layers which are waiting to be discovered by eager visitors looking to experience the enchanting mix of Japanese tradit...

A detailed guide to hot spring bathing for newcomers and the rest of us who are still confused.

From open-air bathing to baths on balconies.

Will you be seeing cherry blossoms in Japan this year?

Tokyo and many parts of central Japan should prepare for the cherry blossom season to arrive early this year, according to a forecast that says winter's ic

Possibly the most expensive sandwich you'll ever eat for dessert.

A restaurant in Japan is serving a dessert made from meat. But while we may not all think it's a sweet, the dish is starting to catch on outside the country.

If you love Japanese tradition, you'll enjoy an evening of brush calligraphy which includes a talk about its history a performance by local artist Ren Yano and a chance to try your hand at the brush. Held on Wed, Feb 21 in Sydney's CBD.

Ren is an artist who specialises in ‘Shodo’, Japanese traditional calligraphy. After holding exhibitions in Tokyo and Osaka, he moved to Sydney in 1996. In 2003 he gained Australian permanent residence as an artist and has continued to practice and teach his art, which has been recognized both b...

A possible catastrophic disaster but statistically very unlikely. The giant lava dome discovered in an underwater volcano off Japan's coast shows how incredible Mother Nature is.

One of the world’s largest lava domes has been discovered in an underwater volcano south of Japan, suggesting an enormous build-up of magma may exist underneath it. The structure, which appears to be growing in size, was formed following the Akahoya supereruption that took place at the site 7300 y...

In #Cairns and looking for free activities? We're running a free program of Japanese films, featuring hit anime YOUR NAME; black comedy MOHICAN COMES HOME about family ties; and TSUKIJI WONDERLAND, a doco film on the world's largest fish market.

Sun Feb 253 TimesEvent Cinemas CairnsCairns, QLD, Australia
290 people interested

We're supporting the visually striking performance, VESSEL, created by Belgian choreographer Damien Jalet and Japanese sculptor Kohei Nawa. Shows at the Perth Festival, March 1-4.

Out of the darkness, a white organic structure looms above a pool of water. Seven near-naked bodies move on this floating stage, becoming one with the gases, liquids and solids that form all around them.

SBS Dateline interviews #Japan's amazing cheerleading grannies.

What is the secret to living large in old age? This week Dateline meets a squad of octogenerian Japanese cheerleaders and a famous TV writer challenging assumptions about people in their 90s.

Time to break the piggy bank. #dragonballz

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Join us for highly acclaimed director Hirokazu Koreeda's contemplative family film STILL WALKING, featuring Kiki Kirin and Hiroshi Abe.

Tue 6:30 PM UTC+11Japan Foundation, SydneySydney, NSW, Australia
217 people interested