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Flora Japonica exhibition – private view

Flora Japonica exhibition – private view

Botanical art has always been an important part of Japanese culture and continues to flourish, with both professional artists and also…

Noh time like the present… A Tribute to Akira Matsui

Noh time like the present… A Tribute to Akira Matsui

These two performances at LSO St Luke’s are a rare opportunity to experience the 650-year-old art of noh, and the genius…

Yuko Mohri: Moré Moré [Leaky]

Yuko Mohri: Moré Moré [Leaky]

Reflecting upon the work displayed in the current exhibition Lose Your Mind, this talk will consider the materiality of traditional Japenese…

teamLab: Transcending Boundaries

teamLab: Transcending Boundaries

London—Pace London is delighted to announce Transcending Boundaries, an exhibition of works by teamLab featuring three rooms of immersive installations, two…

Mashiko Pottery Japan at Home London

Mashiko Pottery Japan at Home London

Shoji Hamada, designated a ‘Living National Treasure’ in 1955 and one of the main founders of the ‘Mingei’ (Arts and Craft)…

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Seminar View all

The Ainu are the indigenous people of northern Japan. This may appear a straightforward statement; after all, the subordination and…

Join a discussion with art historian Maki Fukuoka (University of Leeds), and curator Pauline J Yao (M+, Hong Kong and…

Noh is a traditional form of Japanese theatre characterised by its use of masks. A key element of the performance,…

This talk addresses the ‘new’ Abenomics, which was announced in September 2015, by focusing on the labour market policy. In…

2016 saw the Paris Agreement enter into force, marking a turning point in the fight against climate change. Under the…

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A Story of Locality and the Creation of Regional Identity in Japan, from the viewpoint of producer, Hidetaka Ino

Experience the Art and Craft of Wasanbon

Film View all

Node Film Screening and Q&A

Node Film Screening and Q&A

Hirogawara is a village with a long lasting tradition of forestry located in a mountain area of Kyoto prefecture, Japan. Although municipal records drafted in 2009 recorded a population of 120 residents amongst its five districts, over half of…

Films at the Embassy of Japan: The Piano in the Shed  物置のピアノ

Films at the Embassy of Japan: The Piano in the Shed 物置のピアノ

Prior to the screening, there will be a special talk on “Recovery and Reconstruction in Fukushima” by a representative of the Fukushima prefectural government. In July 2012, a year and four months after the massive earthquake and tsunami struck…

London Korean Film Night: Princess Aurora (2005)

London Korean Film Night: Princess Aurora (2005)

The directorial debut of Pang Eun-jin, Princess Aurora is a female take on the one of the most feted of all Korean genres: the revenge film. Vengeance, bloody and violent, here is meted out by Jung Soon-jung (Uhm Jung-hwa),…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club