• The Japan Foundation, Manila conducts a wide range of activities in introducing the different facets of Japanese culture. Activities/projects that deepen the understanding and appreciation of Japan include invitations extended to different cultural groups; workshops on human exchange programs that are directed towards personnel development and self-reliance are also undertaken.

    • Ukiyo-e Woodcut Print Lecture and Demonstration

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      Traditional woodcut print making is a composite art form in which the individual, specialist skills of artists, wood carvers, and print makers are combined to create a delicate and beautiful work of art known as Ukiyo-e (pictures of the modern world).

      Witness this unique craft as the JFM invites guest lecturers from the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints for a lecture/demonstration on August 4, 10:00am at the JFM office.  


      August 4


      The Japan Foundation, Manila


      10:00am to 11:30am




      Required: Submission of application form required on or before August 3


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