• The Japan Foundation, Manila carries out different types of arts exchange programs in its misison to deepen mutual understanding between Japan and the Philippines.

      • Superb Japanese Design in 100 Products Japanese Design Today 100 exhibition to open at the MET

        Avant gardefashion designer Issey Miyake’s No. 1 Dress in all its gorgeously pleated glory;

        the finely crafted children’s Bentwood Cycle made of local beech wood; the seemingly floating airvase paper container -- these three and 97 more will be showcased at Japanese Design

        Today 100, the traveling product exhibition proudly presented by the Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM), the Metropolitan Museum of Manila(MET) and the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, with support from JT International (Philippines) Inc. It will run at the Tall Galleries of MET from June 30...

      • Of Shrines and Sculptures: “Kami No Miya” Photo Exhibition Opens September 18 at the UP Asian Center

        The Asia Center, University of the Philippines Diliman, supported by The Japan Foundation, Manila, presents the photo exhibition Kami No Miya: Shrines of the Gods by the Japanese photographer Yukihito Masuura, opening on September 18 at the Hall of Wisdom of GT-Toyota Asian Cultural Center. The photographs, all 37 of them, will be on view until October 30, 2015.

        Kami No Miya features Masuura’s photographs of ceremonial practices in two of Japan’s most revered Shinto Shrines – Ise Jingu and Izumo Taisha – in 2013. The images explore the...

      • Tanabata Festival 2015 in Baguio City This year’s theme is inspired by the well-loved samurai, Masamune Date

        Tanabata Festival 2015, which also overlaps with the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month of July,opens in Baguio City with the theme “Why not Kabuku and Enjoy! Tanabata in Date-ism”. Now in its sixth year, the festival is sponsored by the Embassy of Japan; The Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM); the JICA Philippines Office; the Japanese Association in Northern Luzon (JANL); the Filipino-Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon (Abong); the FDCP-Baguio Cinematheque; the Baguio City National High School; the universities of Baguio and La Trinidad; the City of Baguio; and the Baguio Museum.


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