The Israel-Japan Friendship Society main objective is to bring Japanese culture to the Israeli audience.
IJFS members are holding various relations to Japan; for some, Japanese culture is part of their daily business routine. For others, affiliations and connections to Japan are held through personal interests, whether experienced or yet to experience Japan itself. Our shared work facilitating and promoting Japanese culture in Israel contributes our members, as well as others interested in cultural engagement.
We call whoever finds himself or herself aquivalent with our categories to join us and cooperate to promote cultural friendship.
Ms. Sophiya Gugelev
Ms. Miri Golan
Founder and manager of The Origami Center in Israel.
Founder of "Folding Together" organization which promote transcultural relations through Origami and Japanese culture.
Creator of "Origametry", an educational program for kids combining origami and Geometry studies.
Ms. Reviva Regev
Dr. Yona Siderer
Prof. Eli Gimmon
IJFS member for 30 years, and an enthusiastic fan of Japanese culture.
Entrepreneurship and Business Strategy professor.