• Forces at Work
    • Forces at Work

      Tuesday, December 2, 2014–January 28, 2015

      Opening reception: Tuesday, December 2nd, from 6:00 to 7:00pm, Free admission Performances by The Axel Pinpin Propaganda Machine, Derek Tumala, and Bobby Balingit, 7:00PM.

      Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM) and the University of the Philippines’ Jorge B. Vargas Museum...

    • Forces at Work
    • Art revives the spirit in the historical district of Escolta Transi(en)t Manila starts on November 15

      The Project Glocal and 98B COLLABoratory partners with Escolta Commercial Associations Inc. in its efforts to re-crown ESCOLTA as the Queen Street of Manila. Through...

    • Forces at Work
    • Earth Manual Project Talks

      November 8 at 3:00pm – 5:00pm 2F Ayala Museum

      Speaker: Professor Osamu Tsukihashi Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Kobe University

      “Lost Homes” Model Restoration Project creator Architect Tsukihashi will discuss how making pre-disaster scale models of areas devastated by a tsunami play an...

    • MARUGOTO Japanese for Beginners
    • MARUGOTO Japanese for Beginners

      Starter A1 Module 1

      The course is for beginners who are interested in the Japanese language and culture. Communicative language activities are provided and used within the context of Japanese settings, such as traveling, shopping etc. You will be able to speak...

    • MARUGOTO Japanese for Beginners
    • Oshaberi Salon: Kendo Workshop

      Are you looking for a chance to practice your Nihongo? Why not join the Oshaberi Salon? This month, we will be holding a Kendo Workshop with the Iga Kendo Club. Are you familiar with Kendo? Kendo (剣道) is a Japanese sport...

    • MARUGOTO Japanese for Beginners
    • MARUGOTO Teaching Techniques Module 1 in Baguio

      In this course, participants will learn the techniques of teaching Nihongo using the 「まるごと 日本のことばと文化」textbook, which has been developed based on the JF Standard (Can-Do Statement). The participants will first get to know what the Can-Do Statement is all...

    • We Move Forward MOVE Philippines – a new disaster education program launched in CDO
    • We Move Forward MOVE Philippines – a new disaster education program launched in CDO

      It has been almost 3 years since the tropical storm Sendong caused the catastrophic damage in northern Mindanao. Since then, the Philippines experienced more devastating natural disaster and loss of...

    • We Move Forward MOVE Philippines – a new disaster education program launched in CDO
    • The Japan Foundation Grant Programs Fiscal Year April 2015 - March 2016

      Download:   Program Guidelines

      TheJapan Foundation, Manila(JFM) is currently accepting applications for the fiscal year April 2015 – March 2016 Grant Programs in four major categories - Arts and Cultural Exchange, Japanese-Language Education Overseas, Japanese...

    • We Move Forward MOVE Philippines – a new disaster education program launched in CDO
    • HANDs Program Disaster Education – Bringing Knowledge to People through Creativity (Batch I: 2014 – 2015) Call for Applications

      HANDs Flyer

      The Japan Foundation Asia Center launched The Hope and Dreams (HANDs) Program which is a bi-annual youth exchange project, aiming to nurture a sense of common...

 

       
  ATTENTION

Please be advised that the JFM Library will be Closed on December 06, 2014 (Saturday)
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