Transcending national boundaries,
the Japan Foundation Asia Center carries out
cultural exchange programs to build up heart-to-heart
relationships between people and enrich the future of Asia.


Come and join Match Flag workshops to support "JapaFunCup!"


The Japan Foundation Asia Center will organize the JapaFunCup International Friendly Football Match between ASIAN ELEVEN, the U-18 football players selected from Southeast Asia, and the U-18 Tohoku Selection Team, on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at the J-Village Stadium. To support this event, the Match Flag Project 2019 will hold workshops to produce flags using motifs from the national flags of Southeast Asian countries and Japan. The Match Flag is an art project that anyone can participate regardless of age, gender or nationality.

Come and join the workshops at Yoyogi Park! Free bus tour to the JapaFunCup will also be organized on June 22.

For more details about the workshops and the bus tour, please click below. (English follows after Japanese.)

Event Details

Time and date Saturday, 25 May and Sunday, 26 May, 2019
10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.,

Yoyogi Park Events Square (MATCH FLAG booth in Laos Festival) Access
Shibuya-ku Yoyogikamizono Town, Jinnan-chome, Tokyo Googlemap

Language Japanese (English-speaking staff is available)
Entry fee Free of charge
Registration No-reservation is required.
Contact E-mail: (MATCH FLAG PROJECT2019 office)
Organizer The Japan Foundation Asia Center
Art Director Hibino Katsuhiko (Artist / Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts)
yanaka no okatte (General Incorporated Association)
Support The ASIA DAIHYO Nihon Organizing Committee, Diversity on the Arts Project Team (Tokyo University of the Arts)

This is the certified project of beyond 2020 program.