009 Thinking of Korea
The Korean boom in Japan has opened the door on a new era of Korea-Japan relations; however, the connection between the two countries is more than just a passing trend. A film director who was touched by the compassion he felt at a film festival in Seoul, and a translator who has been enthusiastic about Korean literature for many years, share their feelings about Korea.
New Encounters at Ware Ware! Korea Japan Film Festival
Why Japanese Novels Are Popular in South Korea―Publishing Environments in Japan and South Korea
Article contributor / Korean-Japanese translator
002 I Dare Not to Wear Glasses
Special Series: Connect with Tohoku--Real Voices 002
Cries of disaster victims: "I want to work"
Director of International Volunteer Center of Yamagata
Special Series: Connect with Tohoku--Real Voices 003
What Art Can Do at a Time of Crisis?
Executive Director, NPO DANCE BOX
Special Series: Connect with Tohoku--Real Voices 004
Multilingual Support via Radio
Chairwoman of Multilanguage Center FACIL
FMYY Executive Director
Hanoi: The "Ganbare Japan! You Are Not Alone!" Project
The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam
Looking Back on the New Era: Japan-Korea Collaboration for the Future Project
The Japan Foundation, Seoul
Behind the Scene
Thirty Energetic High School Students Visit from South Korea!―The Lee Su Hyon Youth Exchange Program
The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai
Youth Drama Workshop in Aceh, Indonesia―A Source of Strength
Asia and Oceania Section
Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange Dept.
The Japan Foundation