Strengthening the Australia-Japan Relationship
The Australia-Japan Society of Victoria (AJSV) is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organisation that promotes connections between Victoria and Japan. Since 1963, the AJSV has been a conduit for strengthening cultural, educational, business and social ties in the Australia-Japan relationship. The society conducts a number of annual activities that range from high-profile, formal occasions to grass-roots, community level events. All our society’s activities and initiatives are conducted with the objective of bringing the people of Victoria and Japan closer together. For more information about our activities, take a look at our events page.
Become a Member
The AJSV is not-for-profit so we rely on individual and corporate memberships to cover our costs as well as the efforts of our volunteers to run events. If you’ve got an interest in Japan why not consider becoming a member or joining our friendly team of volunteers? Our services and events are offered at reduced prices or free to our members so if you're living in Victoria and you’re passionate about Japan, or if you’re a Japanese person staying here who would like to meet friendly locals, please have a look at our membership page to see the membership packages available.
AJSV SPECIAL EVENT
AJSV Free Raffle Winners! (Box Hill Japan Festival 2019)
Congratulations on winning the prizes from MADMAN!
*2x Weekend Passes for Madman Anime Festival Melbourne (September 14-15) - Richard T
*1x $50 Madman Store Voucher - Kang Y
*1x 6- month AnimeLab Subscription - Steve C
Thank you everyone who participated the AJSV Raffle!
THE 55th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)
(photo credit :Tallzeebaa)
Chado Urasenke Tankokai
Sake & Wagyu Dinner 2018
Sakura Picnic Day 2018
AJSV special promotion!!!
Sake Matsuri Melbourne 2019 : $5 off promo-code for AJSV members!
Check out your newsletter for more details or email us to get the code! Not a member yet? It's time to join!
Pianists Tomoe Kawabata and Aura Go share an electric musical connection that speaks directly to audiences. Described as "positively ecstatic", "masterful" and "profoundly moving, subtle and exuberant", the Kawabata-Go Piano Duo delights in sharing the unique combination of intimacy and dynamism of the piano duo.
Click HERE to read their interview.
Our member, Melbourne City Ballet toured to Osaka Japan to present their critically acclaimed production of Carmen in May 2017. Go to Interview to read her interview.
Upcoming AJSV Events
Asian Pacific Childrens Convention (APCC)
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