Provide those who live or work in Chuo City with opportunity to enjoy music that is easy to listen to.
Host lectures by professionals to have people deepen their understanding of the cultures and history related to Chuo City.
NHK and CCIEA co-host seminars related to the exhibition which is being held about four times a year.
Hold viewings of traditional performing arts planned and created by the “Chuo City Traditional Performing Arts Group”, such as Buyo and Joruri, which are deeply related to Chuo City. The “Chuo City Classical Performing Arts Group” consists of classical performing arts performers who mainly perform in Chuo City.
To further promote cultural activities in Chuo City, we are supporting cultural activities of our residents and other relevant people, and provide a grant for part of the expenses necessary for the programs.
Co-hosted by Chuo City. Tour the city by bus or boat, and participate in various cultural events held in different places throughout the city.
International Exchange Party is an annual event thriving with volunteers’ help. In this event, we introduce both Japanese and Foreign cultures to promote mutual understanding between Japanese and foreigners living, working or studying in Chuo City.
With planning and management by volunteers, provide foreigners and Japanese people with opportunities 11 times a year to socialize in a friendly environment.
In order to assist foreigners who live, work, or study in Chuo City and have difficulty in communicating in Japanese, there are Japanese language classes by volunteer instructors and exchange events with other learners. In addition, there is assistance provided by volunteers to accommodate the increasing number of participants and diversifying needs.
Train volunteer instructors to teach Japanese to foreigners who live or work in the city.
Held to improve Japanese teaching skills of volunteers.
To promote exchange and friendship with the sister city, Sutherland Shire, Australia, host an exhibition of exchanged photos which introduce life, scenery, and events.
To promote the programs that we offer, we are supporting international exchange programs carried out mainly by our residents, and provide a grant for part of the expenses necessary for the programs.