• Organization TypeInstitute
  • Staff6-25
  • Founded1985

Centro Brasileiro de Lingua Japonesa (CBLJ)

The Brazilian Japanese Center (abbreviated as CBLJ) is an incorporated corporation and is located at 45 Manoel de Paiva Street in Sao Paulo City Villa Mariana District. It is registered in Ministry of Finance National Account Register CNPJ / MF No. 58.915.216 / 0001-67. Established in May 1985 as a nonprofit organization with no profit, political or economic objectives, the following organization was registered as a foundation organization on February 20, 1988 as a foundation organization. a) Brazilian Japanese Cultural Association (present Brazilian Cultural Welfare Association)  b) Japan-Country Cultural Federation  c) Union of Japanese Language Schools Philosophy and purpose Contribute to educational and cultural development of Japanese schools, teachers and students in Brazil. They conduct courses, seminars, competitions, events, etc. and contribute to teaching Japanese and educational development and improvement. Promote research, research, teaching material development and publication activities for the purpose of disseminating Japanese and Japanese culture. To disseminate Japanese for better understanding of Japanese culture. Promote participation in research and research by educational organizations for dissemination of Japanese and Japanese culture. Develop and publish Japanese textbooks and teaching materials. Manage Japanese books and libraries of teaching materials. We will exchange with domestic and foreign cultural and educational groups, Japanese language schools and Japanese language teachers.
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  • (headquarters)
  • Rua Manoel de Paiva 45, Vila Mariana – São Paulo – SP CEP: