Wellness Wednesdays: We offer Wellness programs on Wednesday at lunchtime!
August 15 is Yoga day! In this program, no need to change clothes or use a yoga mat; you will be seated in a chair receiving relaxing instruction from a bilingual (English and Japanese) instructor. Learn simple Japanese phrases during the instruction and stretch your mind as well as your body.
There will be two free sessions beginning at 12:30pm and 1:00pm. No reservation necessary, all are welcome.
Mon-Fri: 10am-7pm, Sat: Noon-5pm
Closed on Sundays & Labor Day [Sep 3]
Pre-opening Reception: Aug 29 [Wed] @7-9pm
Venue:The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles
“TOKYO Before/After” features a selection of approximately 80 works, in which works by photographers who had captured images of Tokyo in the 1930-40s are presented in juxtaposition with those taken after 2010.
Outdoor Movie Night at The Source presents Japanese Cinema Month! Every Friday in September, we will be showcasing popular Japanese films, from anime to cultural films. Movies will start at 7PM and will screened at the 1st floor Step Plaza at The Source.
Join us for a viewing of the new Initial D trilogy, co-presented by The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles and the Petersen Automotive Museum. All three films will be screened over the course of the evening. Light refreshments and Japanese animation goodies bag (limited supply) will be provided.
Your Name. (106mins, 2016)
Directed by Makoto Shinkai
Enjoy outdoor movie screening in Japanese Friendship Garden located in Brand Park, Glendale. Bring a blanket or chair for sitting on the lawn to watch the movie.
You may bring your own food and drink, and have a picnic under the stars!
Fireworks (Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?)
Directed by Akiyuki Shinbo & Nobuyuki Takeuchi
Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation & The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles present producer Genki Kawamura’s follow-up to his mega-hit Your Name. with another tale of star-crossed teenage lovers and a sci-fi fantasy twist.
Shy Norimichi and fast-talking Yusuke, are goo-goo-eyed over the same elusive classmate, Nazuna. But Nazuna, unhappy over her mother’s decision to remarry and leave their countryside town, plans to run away and has secretly chosen Norimichi to accompany her. When things don’t go as planned, Norimichi discovers that a glowing multi-color ball found in the sea has the power to reset the clock and give them a second chance to be together. But each reset adds new complications and takes them farther and farther away from the real world – until they risk losing sight of reality altogether.
The Japan Foundation is now accepting project proposals for Performing Arts Japan (PAJ) touring and collaboratrion grants for the 2019 - 2020 fiscal year. Application deadline is 5:00 p.m. EST, October 31, 2018.
Japanese Language Learners Event Grant
Japanese Teaching Material Purchase Grant
Salary Assistance Grant for Japanese Language Courses
Japanese Language Education Project Grant
Deadline: Two months prior to the project start date