Arts and Culture

  • JFBP

    This program is designed to support artists and Japanese culture specialists who conduct such cultural events (e.g., performing arts, demonstrations, lectures and workshops) overseas with the aim of introducing Japanese arts and culture.

    Code of the application form: Q-DACS

  • JFBP

    The PAJ Programme supports initiatives taken by nonprofit organizations to provide audiences with greater exposure to Japanese performing arts. PAJ also encourages collaborations between Japanese and local artists. 

  • JFBP

    This program is designed to provide partial assistance for implementing projects related to Japanese culture and arts, with the aim of enhancing cultural exchange between Japan and Hungary and other Central and Eastern Eurpean countries. 

  • JFBP

    This program is designed to provide partial assistance for implementing projects related to Japanese culture and arts, with the aim of enhancing cultural exchange between Japan and Hungary and other Central and Eastern Eurpean countries.

  • JFBP

    This program is designed to support overseas museums and art institutions which organize exhibitions introducing Japanese art and culture to audiences overseas.

  • JFBP

     

    This program is designed to provide financial support for foreign publishers intending to translate and/or publish booksoriginally written in Japanese. The grant covers part of the translation cost and/or publishing costs. By enabling the reduction of the selling price, and thus making books more accessible to thegeneral public, especially books that are difficult to publish commercially, the program aims to foster better understanding ofJapanese culture and to promote Japanese studies abroad.