Culture & Education


Event Introduction

 2018 The New Year Celebration Party
 4th Kendama Event in Guam
 12th Japanese Challenge Bowl 2017
 19th Arts & Crafts Fair 2017
 The Eleventh Japan International MANGA Award
 Akimatsuri - Mochi Pounding 2015
 Japanese Drum Group MUSA's Performance on Guam 2015
 Aikido Lecture Demonstration 2015

 "Washoku" Lecture Demonstration 2015
 Second Kendama Competition in Guam 2015

 The Emperor's Birthday Reception 2014
 Guam Nikkei Appreciation Night II 2014

 Invitation Program for Japanese-American Student 2013

 Kakehashi Project - The Bridge for Tomorrow 2013



Educational Public Relations

 Research Fellowship Program 2019 Announcement
 MEXT Scholarship Program (Japanese Studies Students) for 2018
 MEXT Scholarship Program for 2018
 Education presentation of Origami or the Art of paper folding

 Education and Public Relations Activities

 Presentation by former JET(About the JET Program & Experiences in Japan





Cultural Room in Japan Consulate









 Information for the Cultural Room

 The Audio-Visual Section of the Consulate-General of Japan at Hagatna maintains a collection of more than 200 titles consisting of video cassette tapes in VHS and DVD. Our entire collection is listed in our Audio-Visual Materials List which includes instructions, procedures and forms for borrowing our materials. The section loans its audio-visual materials free of charge to schools, non profit organizations and other groups. In additions, the section upon request arranges special film showing and presentation.
 Our audio-visual materials add a unique dimension to the teaching of Japanese language and culture. We strongly encourage the use of these materials in the classroom to help add an international perspective to your curriculum.
  For further information on services provided by the Audio-Visual Section, please contact the Consulate-General of Japan at (671)646-1290/5220.

   ITC Building 6th Floor



 JET Program

 The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program, started in 1987 seeks to promote international exchange, mutual understanding and foster ties between the youths of Japan and youths of other nations by enhancing foreign language education at the local level.
To achieve these objectives, college/university graduates are offered the opportunity to serve in local government organizations as well as in public and private junior and senior high schools. Applications for the JET Program are available at the Consulate-General.



      JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program

      The Japan Foundation

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