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ONE-MAN KABUKI STORYTELLER
Kunitoshi Kineya U.S. Tour
October 5, 2014 (Honolulu, HI)
October 8, 2014 (Portland, OR)
October 10, 2014 (Los Angeles, CA)
Reduced Kabuki play narrated and sung by one man, with shamisen demonstration. Don’t miss this chance to experience a unique theatrical art from Japan! (English subtitles provided)
Wednesday, September 24 at 7PM
Following the Northeastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, countless bodies began to be found and were carried to makeshift morgues. One man who appeared in the confusion was retired Tsuneo Aiba (Toshiyuki Nishida) who now served as a regional social worker.
JFLA Lecture Series 23
Thursday, October 9 at 7PM
Mikiko Hara, one of the photographers from the current exhibition In Focus: Tokyo at the Getty Center will give a talk at JFLA while she is visiting Los Angeles as an artist in residency at the Getty Center.
2014 JLPT Registration Open
Deadline: October 3 at 9PM ET
Test Date: Sunday, December 7
Registration for the 2014 JLPT will last until Friday, October 3, 2014. This year, there are two new test sites in Boulder, CO, and Columbus, OH. The Atlanta test site will return to its regular location at Georgia State University and the Los Angeles test site has been changed to California State University Los Angeles. Please make sure to register early to ensure your seat for this year's test.
JF Nihongo Fall Term
September 20 – November 25
Let’s learn Japanese this fall! Our courses are designed for new Japanese-language learners, as well as those who are interested in improving their existing language skills. Enjoy the friendly, interactive, and above all, fun courses!
Call for Grant Applications
Performing Arts Japan 2015-2016
Deadline: October 27, 2014
The Japan Foundation is now accepting project proposals for Performing Arts Japan (PAJ) touring and collaboration grants for the 2015 - 2016 fiscal year. This program is designed to provide financial assistance for non-profit organizations in the U.S. and Canada that aim to introduce Japanese performing arts to local audiences.
Temporary Guest Entrance
There is still considerable construction around our office with the renovation of the courtyard. You will need to enter through our employee entrance to access the library. We were notified that construction will continue till the end of October 2014 and we will provide additional updates as they become available. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to the completion of our new courtyard.
New Entrance Map>