In celebration of their 25th year, UP Tomo-Kai would like to present with utmost sincerity, “Hanakotoba: Poetry of Flowers”.
Limited tickets available for only PhP 300 inclusive of food, drinks, and freebies. Get a chance to also win exciting prizes!
Now in its 24th year, UP Tomo-Kai invites all Japanese culture and language learners and enthusiasts to a fresh new series of activities for its anniversary month.
This event aims to gather Japanese culture-oriented organizations and guest speakers into a large-scale organisation summit to promote Japanese pop culture, such as anime and manga, cosplay, and music, in the Philippines and discuss its influence on the Filipino youth today.
The workshop will be held at the Robinsons Galleria Activity Center on 30th April 2011. Festivities start at 1PM.
Each “がんばれ日本” (Gambare Nihon — Do your best, Japan) shirt costs PhP 250.
By photographing glimpses of everyday life and accompanying each piece with a short poem, the competition aims to highlight the “Unusual, Unexpected, yet Unmistakably Filipino”.
The Japan Foundation Manila’s Video Act! Japanese Documentary Film Now! and UP Tomo-Kai’s Sulyap 3 bring Japanese indie short films and documentaries to you.
The UP Philippines-Japan Friendship Club (UP Tomo-kai) is celebrating 19 years of Cultural Harmony.
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The University of the Philippines Philippines-Japan Friendship Club, or UP Tomo-Kai, is one of the oldest, most active, and most respected university organizations centered around Japan and the Japanese culture and language.