Centre Activities

Hyogo Cultural Centre conducts many activities for the education and enjoyment of all West Australians:

  • Chatterbox (language exchange)
  • Japanese cultural workshops and demonstrations, including tea ceremony, flower arrangement, calligraphy, art & craft, cooking, and kimono, for the public, teachers and students
  • Exhibitions
  • Japanese business culture courses
  • Japanese language courses
  • Film evenings
  • Seminars (professional development for Japanese language teachers, business, culture, and language)
  • Social activities

Hyogo Culture Centre activities are open to the public and many are free.

Click here to view Hyogo Cultural Centre’s event calendar >

Meeting and Exchange

One of Hyogo Cultural Centre’s most important roles is to facilitate personal contacts between West Australians and people from Hyogo and Japan. This involves establishing occasions for interaction with Perth’s Japanese community and local people, and also assisting in educational, sporting, cultural, economic and private exchange between WA and Hyogo.


4 comments on “Centre Activities
  1. Candy says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    My name is Candy and I am interested in learning Japanese again. I saw in the “Centre Activities” section that the centre offers Japanese language courses – would I be able to get more information regarding this, please?

    Any information/guidance is appreciated, and I thank you for your time!

    Kind Regards,

    • hyogo_staff says:

      Hi Candy, thank you for your interest in the language classes. The new flier is now available so we will send you a direct email.

  2. Phil Gatt says:

    Do you offer language classes for children?
    My son is fascinated by Japanese culture and wants to begin learning the language.

    He’s 10 years old.

    • hyogo_staff says:

      Dear Phil, thank you for your enquiry. We are not currently offering classes for children, but have considered the option of a class from 4pm to 4:45pm om a weekday. We have been doing a little surveying to determine if there would be enough interest. Please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for any update!

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