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Online Furoshiki Workshops For Schools

NEW IN 2021! Accessible remotely by schools anywhere in Australia.

Workshops typically run for 30 to 60 minutes.

You can apply for an Online Furoshiki Workshop for your school group by completing the form below.

Online Furoshiki Workshop Application Form

Online Furoshiki Workshop Application Form

School details

School address
In case we urgently need to contact you regarding your visit.

Requested Date/Time and Group Details

(Furoshiki Workshops are offered 9:00am to 3:00pm during school term. Workshops can be between 30 to 60 minutes in length.)
(Max. 40 at a time)
(30 - 60 mins)

Online Furoshiki Workshop Information

* Furoshiki class sets are available for loan from your local Japanese language teachers’ association or The Japan Foundation, Sydney.
* Your online meeting invitation link will be sent to you when the workshop date and time are confirmed.
You can join the meeting (workshop) 15 minutes prior to the starting time for set-up and questions.
* Assistants/helping hands for the workshop are strongly recommended. Please also tell your students to help and assist each other whenever it is needed.
* Please make sure that at least one teacher remains beside the computer, to communicate students’ answers to me when their participation is called upon.
* Please tell your students to bring in items for wrapping (to be confirmed before the workshop).

Participation In The Next Survey On Japanese-Language Education Abroad

The Japan Foundation conducts a worldwide survey every 3 years of institutions teaching Japanese. For more information, and previous reports please click here.

Terms and Conditions, Disclaimers and Privacy Policy

1. Recording or distribution of all part of the workshop I agree that I will not record any part of the workshop nor share/distribute any part of the workshop on the internet. The Japan Foundation, Sydney is not responsible for any violations of this policy.
2. Preparation of materials required for the workshop Preparation of items to be wrapped during the online workshop (such as A4 size notebooks, lunch box and/or water bottles) is the responsibility of the participating schools.
3. Cancellations The Japan Foundation, Sydney may cancel the online workshop due to unforeseen circumstances. If this occurs, we will contact you as soon as possible to make further arrangements. The Japan Foundation, Sydney will not be held responsible for any costs incurred by your school due to any changes.
4. Photo permission From time to time The Japan Foundation, Sydney may seek to take images to be used for future promotion on the Japan Foundation, Sydney website, newsletter, and flyers. If we seek to take images during the workshop, we will contact you separately for permission.
5. Japan Foundation Privacy Policy Please read the Japan Foundation, Sydney's Privacy Policy. SCOPE: This summary sets out the key points about how The Japan Foundation, Sydney handles personal information. We collect, hold, use and disclose personal information to carry out our functions or activities under the Australian Information Commissioner Act 2010 (AIC Act), the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).
6. JPF Sydney COVID Safety Plan: I have read and agree to comply with The Japan Foundation, Sydney's COVID-19 Safety Plan.


Phone: (02) 8239 0055

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