Information and Culture Center of the Embassy of Japan
Address: M.K. Ciurlionio 82b, Vilnius
Tel.: (8-5) 231 04 65
I-V 9:00 – 12:30 13:30 – 17:00
The Library of the Embassy of Japan
The Library of the Embassy of Japan is open to all Lithuanians and foreigners and provides a possibility to independently deepen one’s knowledge about economic, political and cultural life of Japan. In the library one will also find publications that are dedicated for learning and advancing Japanese language skills. The visitor will find the books, periodicals, mangos, videos and CD in Lithuanian, English and Japanese languages (Book & Video Lists).
The new comers to our library are required to register.
For the registration you are asked to provide:
- Documents with picture stating your name, last name and personal code.
- Visitor is also asked to provide his home address and telephone number.
Please do not hesitate to visit our library and choose the reading that you are interested in!
Culture and Information Center
Culture and Information Center of the Embassy of Japan is organizing lectures in various Japan-related topics.
Lectures mostly are given in such topics as Japanese traditions, tea ceremony, ikebana, origami, the life of children and youth in Japan an etc. Usually during the course of the lecture moves related to the topic chosen are shown.
Guests of the culture and information center are provided with unique possibility to enjoy real tea ceremony experience, during which guests are introduced to the traditions of tea ceremony and are offered to taste Japanese tea.
Those who would like to take part in the lectures or tea ceremony are required to register in advance by phone or by e-mail. During the registration the topic and time of the lecture are arranged.
- The registration should be done by the group leader of a teacher.
Prior coming to the embassy the group should have a list of visitors written on the official blank paper, whereas the leader of the group or a teacher must provide ID.
Please come to the embassy and enjoy the piece of Japanese culture in Lithuania!