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CHARITY AND aid FouNDation „JAPANESE GARDEN“

Charity and aid foundation „Japanese Garden“ was established to bring together like-minded people who can contribute to the creation of the largest Japanese garden in Europe. The project is financed solely by private funding and support, so each of you can contribute by offering financial support, services, thoughts, ideas, by bringing stones or plants as a gift. Your donations will be used for the garden development purposes.

Mission – to create the largest Japanese garden with help and support of the Garden partners.


Objectives:

  • to support the creation, development and maintenance of the garden;
  • active international cooperation;
  • education and training;
  • environmental protection.

FOUNDation DETAILS:

Charity and aid foundation „Japanese Garden“
Klaipėdos str. 47,  Kretinga, LT-97156
Company code: 302295634

Tel.: +370 606 05756; +370 616 18530
E-paštas: info@japangarden.lt

BANK ACCOUNTS:

SEB bank – LT71 7044 0600 0675 1572,  bank code (BIC/SWIFT) CBVI LT 2X
Swedbank – LT47 7300 0101 1376 0713,  bank code (BIC/SWIFT) HABALT22
DnB bank – LT56 4010 0418 0057 0798,  bank code (BIC/SWIFT) AGBLLT2X
Šiaulių bank – LT14 7180 6000 0170 0995,  bank code (BIC/SWIFT) BSBLT26

THE OBJECTIVES PURSUED:
the fund successfully implemented its goals 
  • by including this garden to the Lithuanian and Baltic Sea region list of attractions, spreading the information in touristic newsletters or websites;
  • by developing the cultural relations between Lithuania, Japan and other Eastern countries;
  • by introducing to Lithuanian people the traditions of Japanese gardens, bonsai trees, ikebana, ceramics, art, poetry, meditation and yoga;
  • by bringing together the Lithuanian people who are interested in Japan and other Eastern cultures, science, technology, Japanese gardens, bonsai, ikebana and other artistic disciplines;
  • by organizing various themed workshops on the subject of Lithuanian, Japanese and other Eastern countries history, culture and traditions, inviting the orientalists from Lithuania, Japan and other countries;
  • by hosting the permanent expositions on Japanese and other Eastern cultures;
  • by organizing the thematic exhibitions on national holidays or other occasions;
  • by exposing Japanese and other Eastern countries and Lithuanian artists' paintings, ceramics, sculptures and other works;
  • by the development of the cultural relations with Japan and other world cities with similar gardens;
  • by creating conditions for Lithuanian and foreign university student to realize cultural projects.