KizunaFestival Photo

CJCC festival (Japan-Cambodia Kizuna Festival) is conducted once a year taking around 3 days and 4 nights in cooperation of Embassy of Japan, Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center, and Japan Foundation Asia Center. This is the biggest event which was conducted to celebrate the anniversary of the establishment of CJCC. It is the combination of CJCC festival and Japan week festival of the Embassy of Japan in the purpose to introduce Japanese traditional and modern culture in Cambodia and promote cultural exchange between the two nations. During these three days, there are various kinds of events including culture related program, Japanese language related seminar, exhibition, and special shows, etc. There are around 21,000 people were estimated to join in the event last year.

Announcement for Booth Renting on KizunaFestival2018

CJCC is going to facilitate companies, restaurants, and NGOs that are willing to display and sell their products to make Japan-Cambodia Kizuna Festival to be more colorful and show varieties of Cambodian and Japanese activities.

Please be hurry! Booths are limited (the priority is given to early bird).
For Maps and phamplet Download please click the folowing link:
http://l.cjcc.edu.kh/2k5Z5hN

 
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Kizuna Festival 2017 Poster

Japan-Cambodia Kizuna Festival 2017, which is the combination of CJCC Festival and Japan Week Festival of Embassy of Japan for the purpose of introducing Japanese traditional and modern culture in Cambodia and promoting cultural exchange between the two nations, to be held from 23rd to 26th February 2017. The theme of Kizuna Festival 2017 is “Fly to Japan”.

Various cultural events and exhibitions will be organized during the festival as the following:

  • Performances (by Japanese and Cambodian Artists)
  • Japanese and Cambodian Cultural Related Events (Ikebana, Origami & Calligraphy)
  • Japan-Cambodia Quiz Game
  • Tokiko Kato Concert in Cambodia 2017
  • Japanese & Khmer Martial Art
  • The 10th Japan-Cambodia Friendship Classic Concert
  • Yukata Contest in Cambodia 2017
  • JICA Public Relation Seminar
  • Experiencing Kyoto Culture
  • Japanese Sake Seminar
  • Let’s Cook Khmer Food and Dessert (Noum Pom, Noum Plae Ai and Noum Krok)
  • Let’s Cook Japanese Food and Dessert (Taiyaki, Dorayaki, Takoyaki and Nagashi Somen)
  • Experiencing Yukata Wearing with Japanese Hair Style
  • Kimono Show
  • The Fashion Show “My Rubbish”
  • TEMPURA KIDZ Performance
  • Worldship Orchestra Concert
  • Our Chapey, Our Heritage
  • Udon Noodle Master Class
  • Study Tour Culture and Education Exchange Program
  • Cosplay Show
  • Study-in-Japan Information Corner
  • Workshop
  • Exhibition
  • Lectures
  • Others

Place: CJCC (Map: https://goo.gl/maps/lFWUR)
Admission: Free (Everyone is Welcome!)
Official hashtag: #KizunaFestival2017

Co-organized by:
Embassy of Japan in Cambodia
Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC)
Japan Foundation Asia Center Liaison Office in Phnom Penh

Supporter:
Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP)

Gold Sponsor:
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. (ANA)

Special Supporter:
Aquarius

Silver Sponsors:
JEC (Japan Excellent Crew)
GUNZE SPORTS (Cambodia) Co., Ltd.

Bronze Sponsors:
CCW Co., Ltd
Abloy (Safety Security Solution Business Unit)
Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh
Minami Fukuoka Driver's School Co., Ltd.

In-Kind Sponsors:
Aovyeut.com
Himawari Hotel
Standford American School
Cambodian and Nippon Business Consultations Co., Ltd
Blue Farm
BBQ Chicken
VHP Trading Co., Ltd
Krispy Kreme
Water O
Raffles Hotel Le Royal

Media Sponsors:
Sabay News
Health Time
La Reine Magazine
MATES Global Communications Co., Ltd.

Kizuna Festival 2017

 Download Program Here!

Save your date on February 23-26, 2017!

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Service Hours

Monday - Sunday
(8:00 - 17:00 - Closed on national holidays)

Library: 8:00 - 18:00
(Closed on every other Wednesday)

Hall & Seminar Room: 7:30 - 20:30
(Lunch Break: 11:30 - 13:30)

Contact us

Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center
The Royal University of Phnom Penh, Russian Confederation Blvd., Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. P.O. Box 1290.

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