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This event includes films by eight Japanese women directors in the global spotlight, such as Naomi Kawase, winner of the Caméra d’Or (Golden Camera) and the Grand Prix at the...read more
The “LIGHT UP NIPPON” project to be held at 10 disaster-stricken areas in Tohoku was initiated as a requiem for those who suffered the Great East Japan Earthquake. Its events...read more
This exhibition is to introduce around 60 photos that relate the history of cultural exchange between India and Japan from the Meiji Period (1868-1912) to modern times. A similar...read more
KENTARO!! is one of the most promising choreographers in Japan. He was deeply impressed by street dance culture as a kid. He then discovered and was attracted by more improvised...read more
Synopsis : Fumio Yano is a young businessman working for a trading house in Tokyo. He is a quiet, unassuming man in the office and in his private life as well, but when it comes...read more
Synopsis: An old man lives in the snowy mountains of northern Japan. When young, he fought with a great bear and still has the scars and tells his young grandson...read more
Thank you ! Registration for tea ceremony is closed, as it reached full house. Japanese Lauguage & Culture Event The...read more
When people hear the word “Indian Feminism” the question that often comes up in their minds is: is there such a thing? This is quickly followed by another: isn’t Indian...read more
Japanese Language and Culture Course Fourth Term (January to April,...read more
The Japan Foundation presents a lecture and demonstration on WAGASHI- The Art of Japanese Sweets by Noriyuki Myojin and Shogo Shimada.
Japanese Language & Culture Course 2013 SUMMER COURSE for Students in Grade 5...read more
Amae, which is a psychoanalytic terms, and it literally means "Dependence" in Japanese language. The Concept of Amae was, first, introduced by one Japanese psychoanalyst, Mr....read more
The process of Japan’s first modern educational program for women began along with the waves of Japan’s modernization, starting from the mid-19th century. Yet, the sphere of...read more
The Japan Foundation happily invites you to the Book launch of Japanese "Manga" Comics “Yunagi no machi Sakura no Kuni”, translated in Hindi by Ms. Tomoko...read more
‘The Japan Foundation’ and ‘National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea’ co- organizes the 9th AMCC Conference in Korea in November, 2013. The...read more
The Japan Foundation, New Delhi brings exhibition of interesting collection of weapons used in traditional Japanese martial arts – BUDO. The exhibition will travel to various...read more
The Japan Foundation is pleased to organise the photo exhibition of Ishan Tankha - The Inbetweeners : In the Shadows in Tokyo and New Delhi, which is...read more
Why people learn foreign languages? There are mainly two reasons. One is the cultural reason. Both in the west and the east, people have learned foreign languages for cultural...read more
As the society gets more and more developed, we were supposed to be happier in proportion.
However, in reality, we have more people who feel anxiety and are under...read more
We invite you to the seminar : Buddhism and Theosophy in Modern Asia Aspects...read more
The conference is being organised by Navdanya and supported by The Japan Foundation, New Delhi. The intellectual exchange will bring together scholars, community members and...read more
The Japan Foundation brings you special screening of fascinating Japanese Animation film - " INUYASHA THE MOVIE:...read more
The Japan Foundation brings you special screening of fascinating Japanese Animation film - read more
The Japan Foundation proudly invites you to Workshop & Fan Meeting with 2 prominent Japanese voice actresses, Ms. Satsuki Yukino and Nami...read more
Setting: Tokyo, in 1958.