Explore the culture and crafts of Japan with our collection of Japan-themed printables.
Challenge the children with this Japan squashed sentences puzzle. Can they find Japan-themed sentences, starting with the shaded letters? The unused letters will form a word too...
Did you know that Koi carp like these are particularly valued throughout Asia? In China and Japan, carp are thought to symbolise success, prosperity, courage, longevity and good fortune!
Print out this pretty greetings card onto good paper or printer card and fold in half. It's a quick and easy activity for Children's Day. Of course the kids should write a message inside!
Our cheerful koinobori page border comes in three variations: lined, half lined, and blank. Find them all below. Perfect for your Japan topic or Children's Day.
Cut out the carp kites and then stick them in size order on the flagpole page - a fun size ordering activity for Children's Day or your Japan topic.
This writing paper featuring colourful carp kites is perfect for your Children's Day writing projects or for your Japan topic in general.
This Kokeshi doll printable is perfect for little girls to print, colour and assemble. In fact, why not make a collection in all different colours and don't forget to sign them.
Any fan of these cute Japanese dolls is sure to appreciate receiving this greetings card. Print using your borderless settings onto good paper card and fold in half.
Fans of these cute Japanese dolls are sure to appreciate receiving a lovely greetings card like this. And of course it's quick to print and fold!
All six of our very cute Japanese dolls feature on the front of this printable greetings card - perfect for birthdays, thank you's, or other occasions. Print using your borderless settings if possible.
Here's of fun puzzle for your Japan topic or for fans of these cute little Japanese Kokeshi dolls. Can you match up the pairs and find the odd one out? Available in colour or black and white.
Here are six cute Kokeshi doll images to use for matching games, sorting etc. Print out onto card and cut along the dotted lines.
I think this writing paper might be a hit for your Japan topic - and would also work very nicely for thank you's and other letters!
Maneki Neko is also known as Beckoning Cat or Welcoming Cat. It is a common Japanese ceramic figure which is thought to bring good luck. If the cat's right paw is raised it is supposed to attract money; if the left paw if raised it is supposed to attract customers.