La Maison Culturelle du Japon

This week’s second guest blogger is Filly Di Somma. Filly Di Somma is originally from Italy but
10920956_10152988794726590_6806390005876201533_nspends a lot of time in Paris for her job. Filly graduated with a degree in foreign languages, specialising in Japanese culture. She speaks English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish so she has a real flair for languages! She works in tourism, bringing tourists to Italy and France and managing sales and marketing. She is a freelance travel journalist and blogger with her own blog about Paris written in Italian! She spends her time living between Paris and Rome, travelling for her job and her French boyfriend! Click here Le Finestre de Parigi to check out her blog and learn more about the beautiful city of Paris.

The House of Japanese Culture in Paris

If you love Japan and you are in Paris then don’t miss out on a visit to the beautiful Maison de la Culture du Japon. This house, as the French call it, gives you the opportunity to explore the different aspects of this wonderful culture. You can attend exhibitions, film screenings, performances, readings, Japanese language classes and demonstrations! Visiting this unique attraction offers you a full immersion into the country’s culture and allows you to take a virtual trip to the country without having to travel there! The Japanese Foundation supports and finances all programs at the The House of Japanese Culture so everything on offer is of a very high quality. There is also a large library for those who have time to consult books on Japan and want to study or know more about the country.

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The House of Japanese Culture is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm until 8pm and is closed on Monday’s, Sunday’s and the whole month of August. However throughout the rest of the year it’s open so you have a lot of opportunities to visit it! Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to do something different in Paris!

Practical Information:

Where? 101 Bis Quai Branly 75015 Paris
Metro: Line 6 Bir Hakeim or RER C, Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel

For more information check out there website by clicking here 

Enjoy Japan in Paris!

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