INDIA JAPAN FRIENDSHIP CENTER, JAPAN
India Japan Friendship Center
Seeking to train a new generation of talent to act as links between India and Japan and foster cultural exchange
Seeking to train a new generation of talent to act as links between India and Japan and foster cultural exchange, school founder Kunna Dash created the Indian Japan Friendship Center in 2002 in the Kansai region. That organization in turn expanded to become a non-profit organization in 2006.
We both support Indians living in Japan with their life here, and enable Japanese with an interest in India to study abroad in the country, as well as offer comprehensive guidance on establishing a company in India and starting a life there. We support grassroots interchange in a range of ways and act as a link between countries.
We also host many events to share the respective cuisine, culture, festivals, and other aspects of the two countries, pursuing mutual understanding.
Thus far, we have enjoyed the support of many kind people. As part of establishing this new international school, we received a wealth of assistance from representatives of the city of Kyoto and the governments of India and Japan.