Explore Tohoku’s rich cultural heritage through an exquisite collection of handcrafted art from the region resolutely recovering from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Organised regularly for over 10 years, The Weekend Japanese Film Show is open to the public and free of charge.
The JFKL Library is open to members and non-members. It offers a quiet environment, conducive for studying and quiet reading.
Complete the application form and bring (or send) it together with two passport size photographs and RM10 (we only accept postal order for applications sent by post).
The Cultural Affairs Department (CAD), formerly known as Japan Cultural Centre, has been active in Humanities and Social Sciences, and we continue to do so. >
To develop a pool of local expertise in the field of Japanese language training. To support the learning of the Japanese language in Malaysia. >
To develop a pool of local expertise in the field of Japanese studies . To support the learning of the Japanese culture in Malaysia. >