Japan Photo Contest Prize-Giving

After all the submissions and voting are finished, we’ll have a small, casual prize-giving ceremony at the JICC with food and drinks. Details will be announced closer to the date, but the winner of each main category (Pop Culture, Places, Pets) will receive a printed canvas of their winning photo, plus a $50 restaurant voucher.[…]

Voting for the Japan Photo Contest

After the 4 November deadline for the 2018 Japan Photo Contest, we’ll take some time to select our finalists and get them ready for display in the Japan Information & Cultural Centre (JICC). From Wednesday, 14 November until Friday, 30 November, you’ll be able to visit the JICC to see all the finalists and cast[…]

2018 Japan Photo Contest – ENTER NOW!

JETAA Wellington’s annual Japan Photo Contest is back for another year! The contest is open to any amateur photographers who have been to Japan. Since 2014, we have organised a community photo contest for people to show off their best photos of Japan. The best entries are displayed in the Japan Information & Cultural Centre (JICC) , and[…]

Entries open for Japan Photo Contest 2018!

JETAA Wellington’s annual Japan Photo Contest is back for another year! The contest is open to any amateur photographers who have been to Japan. Since 2014, we have organised a community photo contest for people to show off their best photos of Japan. The best entries are displayed in the Japan Information & Cultural Centre[…]

2017 Japan Photo Contest – VOTE NOW!

Voting is now open for the 2017 JETAA Wellington – Japan Embassy Photo Contest! This year nearly we received nearly 100 submissions across all categories: Pop Culture; Places; Pet; and Postcards from JETs. You can now vote for your favourite in each category during business hours at at the Japan Information & Cultural Centre (JICC), in the Majestic Centre,[…]

Entries Now Open – 2017 Japan Photo Contest!

Since 2014, JETAA Wellington has organised a community photo contest for people to show off their best photos of Japan. The photos are then displayed in the Japan Information & Cultural Centre (JICC) in Wellington, and voted on by the public. At the end of the contest, a small awards ceremony with food and drinks is held[…]