The Japan Foundation, Budapest
Aradi str. 8-10, Budapest 1062
Phone: +36 1 214 0775
Fax: +36 1 214 0778
info@japanalapitvany.hu
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JFBP Autumn Events 2018
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Privacy Policy

    Our privacy policy has been updated to reflect the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation which comes into force on 25 th May 2018. By subscribing to...
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JFBP Autumn Programme 2018

JFBP Autumn Programme 2018

This season we offer film showings, lectures and concerts.
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2018 Intellectual Exchange Programme between Japan and Europe in Alsace Japanese Study Seminar : Digital Media and Communication  -  Call for Participation

2018 Intellectual Exchange Programme between Japan and Europe in Alsace Japanese Study Seminar : Digital Media and Communication - Call for Participation

  The Japan Foundation and Centre Européen d’Etudes Japonaises d’Alsace (CEEJA) has carried out a series of seminars since 2007, with an aim to encourage networking among young...
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The Japan World Exposition 1970 Commemorative Fund

The Japan World Exposition 1970 Commemorative Fund

About the work of The Japan World Exposition 1970 Commemorative Fund
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Japan Prize 2016 - International contest for educational media

Japan Prize 2016 - International contest for educational media

Japan Prize is an international media contest, which specializes in educational content. Entries for this year's contest are now being accepted.  
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JFBP Traveling Exhibition Collection

JFBP Traveling Exhibition Collection

The Japan Foundation, Budapest traveling exhibitions cover a wide variety of photographs and subjects from the field of fine arts.
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Traveling Exhibition Service

Traveling Exhibition Service

The Japan Foundation, Budapest circulates traveling exhibitions for museums, university galleries and cultural organizations.
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LIGHT UP NIPPON! documentary screening   Free DVD lending service

LIGHT UP NIPPON! documentary screening Free DVD lending service

Traditionally, fireworks in Japan serve as a memorial to the victims and a symbol of hope and prayers for relief and recovery.
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