An organisation that fosters engagement with the Asian region by the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian community.
A martial arts school in Hobart.
A club for Japanese nationals living in Tasmania.
A Meetup group that organises regular language exchange events in Hobart.
A professional cooperative body of language teachers that works to maintain the standard of Japanese learning in Tasmania.
The association for alumni of the JET programme from Tasmania.
The performance arm of the Tasmania University Union Taiko Society.
For current and former UTAS students studying Japanese or interested in Japan, as well as Japanese students studying at UTAS.
The Japan Local Government Centre (CLAIR, Sydney) is one of the seven overseas offices of CLAIR, the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations.
The association for alumni of the JET programme from Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.
A federation of societies that promote the importance of the relationship between the peoples of Japan and Australia.
The Tasmanian office of DFAT.
Hobart City has a sister city relationship with the City of Yaizu
Clarence City has asister city relationship with Akkeshi, Hokkaido
Launceston City has a sister city relationship with Ikeda
Devonport City has a sister city relationship with Minamata
Australia’s oldest cultural council supporting people-to-people links underpinning the relationship between Australia and Japan.
The Consulate-General of Japan in Melbourne, which has responsibility for Tasmania as well as Victoria.
DFAT is the lead agency managing Australia’s international presence.
The Japanese Embassy in Canberra.
The Australian arm of The Japan Foundation, which was established by the Japanese government to promote cultural and intellectual exchange between Japan and other nations.
The New Colombo Plan is a signature initiative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia by supporting Australian undergraduates to study and undertake internships in the region.
The Australian Embassy in Tokyo.