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Turkish Japanese Foundation

Türk Japon Vakfı, Türkiye ile Japonya arasında sosyal, kültürel, teknik, ekonomik ve benzeri alanlarda dostluk ve işbirliğini geliştirmek amacıyla, 1993 yılında kurulmuştur.

Türk Japon Vakfı bunları gerçekleştirmek amacıyla; her türlü kültürel ve tanıtıcı faaliyetlerin yürütülmesi, kanuni izinler dahilinde ulusal ve uluslararası dernek ve kurumlarla işbirliği yapılması, Türk-Japon Dernekleri'nin çalışmalarının eşgüdüm içinde desteklenmesi, Türklere Japonca, Japonlara Türkçe öğretebilmek için kurslar düzenlenmesi, Japonlara Türkiye'yi, Türklere Japonya'yı tanıtmak amacıyla her türlü çabanın gösterilmesi, Türk ve Japon sanatçılarla karşılıklı olarak tanıtıcı çalışmalar yapılması, bilimsel araştırma ve yayınların desteklenmesi,toplantı, seminer ve benzeri akademik toplantılar düzenlenmesi ve bu alanda çalışan kurum ve kuruluşlarla işbirliği yapılması, "Japon Etütleri ve Dokümantasyon Merkezi" kurulması gibi çalışmalar yapmaktadır.

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