Japanese Film Festival – Brisbane
11-27 Nov 2022
The Japanese Film Festival Australia (JFF) is presented by The Japan Foundation, Sydney. The JFF started in 1997 with three free film screenings and is now one of the largest celebrations of Japanese films in the world.
The Brisbane showing will feature 14 films, with all tickets available for purchase online.
In 2021, the Festival celebrated its 25th year with an audience of over 70,000 in-person and online Australia-wide. The Festival has enjoyed great success over the years, with the opportunity to showcase a vast variety of cinematic delights from 35mm film prints to newly released titles currently screening in Japan.
JFF brings out special guests from Japan and Australia for Q&A evenings and film screenings, as well as programs events for audiences to enjoy Japanese traditional and pop culture.
Palace Barracks Cinemas + Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art
Yukata-kai – Qld Koto Association
20th Nov 2022
Join members of the Qld Koto Association for their annual Yukata-kai – a Japanese music community gathering.
Graceville Presbyterian Church | from 4:00PM
Free entry | gold coin donation
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Australia Japan Society Bounenkai (End of year dinner)
10th December 2022
The AJSQ’s 50th anniversary has been marked with a number of show-stopper events and we want to give everyone a chance to sit down, take a break and chat with all the wonderful committee members who made it all possible.
Whether you want to remember all of the great events or just have a good evening out come along for an evening of relaxed conversation and great food at one of the best Japanese restaurants in Brisbane.
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm | Tenya – Japanese Restaurant & Bar | 300 George Street, CBD
Prices are for the bento of your choice, please pay for your own drinks at the bar.