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Bridge by Toshio Shibata

Bridge by Toshio Shibata

Bridges are one of the main subjects of the work of Toshio Shibata, one of Japan’s preeminent landscape photographers. Toshio Shibata…

HYPER JAPAN presents: Illuminight – Magical ‘akari’ lanterns installation

HYPER JAPAN presents: Illuminight – Magical ‘akari’ lanterns installation

HYPER JAPAN Christmas will bring a festival of light to London this November, presenting an exhibition of lighting installations which blend…

Reimagining Nature: Hitomi Hosono’s Memories in Porcelain

Reimagining Nature: Hitomi Hosono’s Memories in Porcelain

Combining memories of her mother’s garden in Gifu with inspiration found in the parks of London, the work of Hitomi Hosono…

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Seminar View all

Why did tens of thousands of people recently migrate from Japan to North Korea? What was life like for these…

In January 1868 the Tokugawa Shogunate, who had controlled Japan for two hundred and thirty years relinquished power to the…

For a James bond locale, exotic Japan fits the bill nicely with sliding doors and ninjas, high-tech gadgetry and interesting…

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Afternoon Tea and Film Screening with Screenwriter Kosuke Mukai

Afternoon Tea and Film Screening with Screenwriter Kosuke Mukai

The Japan Society is pleased to offer a select group of members the opportunity to meet and discuss screenwriting and film making with Kosuke Mukai over an Indian style high tea. Award-winning screenwriter Kosuke Mukai will be in London…

Archipelago: Exploring the Landscape of Contemporary Japanese Women Filmmakers

Archipelago: Exploring the Landscape of Contemporary Japanese Women Filmmakers

A special season dedicated to celebrating the diverse and exceptional work by the new generation of female directors who have emerged from the Japanese archipelago in the last fifteen years. This programme will offer a glimpse into the distinctive…

Archipelago: Exploring the Landscape of Contemporary Japanese Women Filmmakers: Rent-a-Cat   (レンタネコ)

Archipelago: Exploring the Landscape of Contemporary Japanese Women Filmmakers: Rent-a-Cat (レンタネコ)

Sayoko lives alone in a one-story, traditional Japanese house. However, she is not really alone. Everywhere in the house, there is a cat, another cat, yet another cat… Since her childhood, Sayoko has had a way with cats. She…

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Hansik, It’s a Global Brand Now

Hansik, It’s a Global Brand Now

“We will promote the Hansik, pride of the Hallyu, at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018” Korean Food Foundation (KFF) announced ’10 Global Hansik Dishes’ to…

’10 chosen Korean Food’ for Pyeongchang Olympic to attract Foreign Guests

‘The Heart of Diplomacy’ through Hansik (Korean food) _ Director, Sook Ja Yoon, of Korean Food Foundation

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club