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Exhibition: Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Exhibition: Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Keita Miyazaki, a young Japanese artist, works on creating sculpture series and installations which evoke a sense of the post-apocalyptic. He…

Yva Jung; The Winner of the KCCUK ‘2015 Spring Open Call’

Yva Jung; The Winner of the KCCUK ‘2015 Spring Open Call’

Born in Seoul in 1983, Yva Jung lives and works in London. She is a recipient of International Fellowship and grants…

Eastern Exchanges: East Asian Craft and Design

Eastern Exchanges: East Asian Craft and Design

This exhibition will trace the history and future of East Asian craft and design and its global influence in this exhibition…

Kenji Yoshida : Infinite Light

Kenji Yoshida : Infinite Light

October Gallery, London, will present a solo exhibition of works by the late artist, Kenji Yoshida from 2nd April – 9…

Private viewing and artist talk: Sketches from the Poem Road

Private viewing and artist talk: Sketches from the Poem Road

Join us for a private viewing of Isao Miura’s Sketches from the Poem Road, with accompanying talks by Isao and his…

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Seminar View all

Doctor Suguro, haunted by his wartime experience as an intern co-opted into performing vivisections on American airmen, practices medicine in…

Japan has been called the “toxic archipelago” and its pollution cases such as Minamata have drawn international attention. More recently,…

Thanks to the ever growing popularity of Japanese cuisine worldwide, miso soup is well-known- however, the real value of miso…

Since the late 1980s, Japanese consumer technologies, and subsequently pop culture exports such as Pokemon and Hello Kitty, have become…

Over three days of events, we will look at the introduction, formalisation, and evolution of East Asian materials and techniques…

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Film Screening: KABUKU – Behind the Curtain of Contemporary Kabuki Theatre

Film Screening: KABUKU – Behind the Curtain of Contemporary Kabuki Theatre

Kabuku is a fascinating documentary offering a behind-the-scenes view of the unique theatrical genre of Japanese kabuki. Focusing on the rehearsal process and lead up to the performance of the contemporary kabuki play Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura (Yoshitsune and the…

Films at the Embassy of Japan: HINOKIO ヒノキオ

Films at the Embassy of Japan: HINOKIO ヒノキオ

Satoru has cut himself off from the world since his mother died in an accident. He refuses any human contact and has shut himself in his room, only coming out to get food that his father leaves for him…

London Korean Film Night: The Day a Pig Fell into a Well (1996)

London Korean Film Night: The Day a Pig Fell into a Well (1996)

The title derives from John Cheeverm’s short story, and the film portrays a struggling novelist. Hyo-seop is a miserable novelist who has not yet published a single decent novel. While suffering from a sense of inferiority and victimhood for…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club