Public Relations and Culture

2016/4/13

Section of Public Relations and Culture

The Embassy's Public Relations and Culture Section provides various information on Japanese culture and study in Japan. In the foyer of the Public Relations and Culture Section, you can read or see pamplets, videos and many books on Japan for free or at rental. Please ask the Embassy staff for details.

1) Events for Pulic Relations and Culture
Announcement of Japan Foundation's online Japanese stage performances.

2) Information on study in Japan
●Please see Study in Japan.
Announcement of Study in Japan Virtual Fair hosted by JASSO

3) Scholarships funded by the Japanese Government (MEXT: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology)
The Embassy in Papua New Guinea offers MEXT sholarships in the following three categories.
●Research students (postgraduate level): to be announced.
●Specialized training college students (post-secondary level): to be announced.
●Teacher training program (for incumbent teachers with at least 5-years of teaching experience in primary, secondary or high schools; youger than 35 years of age): to be announced.

4) Japanese language education
Japanese-Language Proficient Test (JLPT)  was conducted in PNG on July 4, 2021. The details of the next test will be announced in due course.
You can learn a Japanese language on the internet for free!
●Online Japanese Language Education Program for "Foreigners Living in Japan" is available here (Copyright: Japanese Language Division, Agency for Cultural Affairs).
Announcement of Japan Foundation's online Japanese language course 'IRODORI'.

For further information or inquiries, please contact below.

Phone: 321-1800
Email: infeoj@pm.mofa.go.jp

 

Recovery and repatriation of Japanese human remains of World War II and war memorial services

The Public Relations and Culture Section is in charge of operating various activities related to recovery and repatriation of Japanese human remains of World War II and war memorial services, in collaboration with the Bureau of Social Welfare and War Victims' Relief of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan. For any relevant information and inquiries, please contact below:

Phone: 321-1800
Email: infeoj@pm.mofa.go.jp