Programs in this field aim to encourage a greater understanding of Japan thorough supporting and promoting Japanese studies overseas. The Japan Foundation promotes dialogue about international common issues and develops human resources who play key roles in future dialogue and exchange initiatives.
This program is designed to dispatch Japanese individuals in the Southern, Midwestern and Mountain regions of the U.S. for two years as outreach coordinators. Coordinators provide information about Japanese culture, society, everyday life, and language in local community settings and organize activities that foster interactions between Japan and the United States.
This program provides support for researchers and practitioners in Japan, Australia, India, or the U.S. to conduct research activities on the common policy issues in the Indo-Pacific, mainly in the four countries, excluding the fellow’s country of origin.
This program supports collaborative and dialogue projects that aim to build partnerships between Japan and the U.S. to solve policy issues facing the international community. In addition to projects in three thematic areas: “Building a resilient society”, “Developing an inclusive society”, and “Creating a society enriched by science and technology”, projects that address global common issues that are of importance for U.S. and Japan to work together are also eligible.
This program provides scholars and researchers in the field of Japanese studies with opportunities to conduct research in Japan, with the aim of promoting Japanese studies overseas.
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||All Nationalities|