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19/10/2017 - Rakugo in English by Diane Kichijitsu

Brace yourself to be tickled silly by the comic stylings of renowned Rakugo performer Diane Kichijitsu.

16/10/2017 - Calligraphy Demonstration by Sisyu

Watch the ink fly as Sisyu illustrates her unparalleled skill in penmanship that has made her an internationally established name in Japanese calligraphy.

5/9/2017 - Japanese Film Festival 2017

Now in its 14th year, Malaysia’s largest showcase of new Japanese movies is back to serve up a diverse feast of offerings to sate every cinematic palate.

16/8/2017 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] Japanese Film Festival 2017

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur (JFKL) is now recruiting volunteers for the Japanese Film Festival 2017! Our 14th edition is…

2/8/2017 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] Public Relations Officer

Candidates wanted to fill vacant position at JFKL. Send your application to saiyo@jfkl.org.my by Tuesday, 15 August, 2017.

14/6/2017 - [APPLICATION CLOSED] HANDs! Project for Disaster and Environmental Education + Creativity 2017–2018

The Japan Foundation Asia Center is looking for young professionals interested in learning how the creative arts can be used in disaster and environmental education.

9/5/2017 - Malaysia-Japan Traditional Music Exchange Project

Witness a mesmerising medley drawn from the traditional songbook of two countries as Japanese and Malaysian musicians showcase the results of their exciting collaboration.

21/4/2017 - Malaysian Premiere & Special Screening of Asian Three-Fold Mirror 2016: Reflections

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur invites Malaysians to join us in celebrating the country premiere of a groundbreaking collaborative omnibus film.

17/4/2017 - The Dolls of Japan: Shapes of Prayer, Embodiments of Love

Admire Japan’s rich doll-making heritage at an exhibition representative of the country’s diverse styles developed over centuries.

18/3/2017 - A City Without Seasons

Two Malaysian dancers will set the stage alight in Japan as part of Co. Un Yamada’s revival of a 2012 production.

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