Featured Event View all

Exhibition View all

Existing City/New Resource

Existing City/New Resource

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is proud to present an exhibition entitled Existing City/ New Resource from 20 June –…

The enduring charm of Ikenobo

The enduring charm of Ikenobo

AGM of London chapter ikebana International at 11.30 followed by demonstration by Martine Gracey of the Sogetsu school to start around…

Paper: beyond the fold Exhibition

Paper: beyond the fold Exhibition

Paper: beyond the fold’ exhibition includes much of ‘Paper Rhythms: weave and braid’ by Mayumi Kaneko and Jennie Parry first shown…

REFLECTIONS Exhibition of Japanese Art (by the students of Master Koshu)

REFLECTIONS Exhibition of Japanese Art (by the students of Master Koshu)

Koshu is the Japanese title of a Master Calligrapher, Akemi Lucas. She was born in Japan, and at the age of…

Paradise Revisited – A trip back to a childhood on Gunkanjima

Paradise Revisited – A trip back to a childhood on Gunkanjima

Shortly after the island of Gunkanjima (also known as Battleship Island) was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, Nagasaki…

June 2016
M T W T F S S
« May   Jul »
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
27282930  

Seminar View all

For this year’s Carmen Blacker Lecture we are delighted to welcome James McMullen​, a highly respected scholar of Japanese Confucianism,​…

Beautiful beaches as well as stunning natural wonders and scenery are associated with the Hawaiian island chain, but there is…

Toco Nikaido is a celebrated Japanese theatre director, actress, singer, and choreographer. With her extensive knowledge of Japanese subculture, Nikaido…

Chanoyu (literally means “hot water for tea” but generally translated as “the Japanese tea ceremony) is more than making tea…

Photobooks could be considered a uniquely curated body of work in a portable and easily distributable format. Japanese photobooks in…

More on Seminar

Artist talk by Katsumi Komagata

Joint Lunch with the JCCI: Peter Mandelson

Performance View all

London Korean Film Night: Singles (2003) with Intro by Paul Quinn

London Korean Film Night: Singles (2003) with Intro by Paul Quinn

One of the highest-grossing films from the early 2000s, this film Singles, based on the Japanese novel Christmas at Twenty-nine, is a delightful comedy drama revolving around two young single women’s friendship. Na-nan (Jang Jin-young), soon to turn 30,…

The Film Compendium on the Japanese Mingei Movement – A presentation by Canadian film maker Marty Gross

The Film Compendium on the Japanese Mingei Movement – A presentation by Canadian film maker Marty Gross

Marty Gross has been restoring and enhancing a selection of rare films on pottery-making in Japan. This collection begins with a film made by Bernard Leach in 1934. Segments from the films will be presented documenting what Bernard Leach,…

Summer Holiday Everyday 毎日が夏休み

Summer Holiday Everyday 毎日が夏休み

Set in Tokyo in the early 1990s. The Rinkaijis are, by all appearances, a well-to-do Japanese family. The stepfather Nariyuki works for an elite corporation, which gives his wife Yoshiko status in their suburban neighbourhood. One day the daughter…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club