Don’t miss the largest Japanese Film Festival outside of Japan!
The Japanese Film Festival showcases the best in contemporary Japanese cinema – from anime to internationally acclaimed drama, and everything in between!
Over 10 of the latest feature films will be screened, including the live-action adaptation of popular the manga series, Rurouni Kenshin returning to the Festival as a trilogy in 2014.
Japanese Film Festival Adelaide
When: 10th – 12th October and 17th – 19th October 2014
Ticketing: Adult $18
5-Film Pass $75
Full lineup TBA
The JLPT will be held in Adelaide on Sunday 7th December 2014 at UniSA City West Campus
Applications for the 2014 test are OPEN. The JLPT application process is now completed online. Click here to register. Applications Close: Friday 12 September 2014
The Department of Education and Child Development is looking for willing families to host international high school students commencing their studies in a South Australian government school.
You can choose to host a student for a period of time that best suits your family:
· Study Tour student for 2-5 weeks
· Study Abroad student for 1 – 4 terms
· Graduate student for 1 – 5 years
For more information, read on...
The next J-KAI is on Wednesday 25th June, 6pm at the Metropolitan Hotel, 46 Grote St. J-KAI is on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
友達作りにはJAFAのJ-KAIがオススメ。Metropolitan Hotel(46 Grote St.)にて第４水曜日に開催されます。どなたでも気軽に参加してください。 入場は無料です。
Stallholder, display holder and performer registrations for Kodomo no Hi Japan Festival 2015 are NOW OPEN. Read the information below to apply.
The deadline for applications is March 30, 2015.
In order to make the festival a success, we need participation from the community in the way of Japan-related stalls, displays and performances. Read on for more information on how you can participate and make the 20th anniversary something really special.
We are searching for students with an interest in Japan (particularly creative art students and early childhood education students) to collaborate with us in a project to create colourful koinobori (Japanese carp streamer kites) to display as part of an art installation in April 2015, and then as part of a display at the 20th anniversary of Kodomo no Hi Japan Festival on Sunday, 3rd May 2015.
The goals of the project are as follows
- conduct workshops at primary schools and/or high schools to create up to 100 koinobori
- display koinobori as part of an art installation in the leadup to the festival
- display koinobori at Kodomo no Hi in 2015
JAFA's Kodomo No Hi Japan Festival is the biggest Japan festival in Adelaide with a 19-year history. Last year the event was attended by up to 5000 people. The day is filled with Japan-related performances, exhibitions, activities, stalls and plenty of Japanese food.
The festival is over for another year. Thanks to everyone who made the day such a big success.
Festival Feedback - 3 Question Survey
So we can respond to feedback and improve the festival experience for patrons, it would be greatly appreciated if you would take a minute to complete this 3 question survey. Positive feedback and/or constructive criticism more than welcome!
Click on the links to watch these excellent short films inspired by Japan and its culture.
While very popular and successful, it is time for the next generation to take over the organisation of "Kodomo no Hi".
Japanese drumming group 'Matsuri Taiko' (formerly Atsui no Taiko) formed in 2003 at The University of Adelaide, South Australia. The group was formed by Katie Seaman, who began teaching this group after gaining experience at Flinders Street School of Music.
As well as a highly accomplished performance group, Matsuri Taiko offer workshops for schools and businesses, 'Come and Try' sessions and ongoing classes.