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Pace London and Women for Women International Present Kohei Nawa

Pace London and Women for Women International Present Kohei Nawa

London — Pace London, in association with Women for Women International, is pleased to present an exhibition of work by the…

Emi Fujisawa exhibition – Timeless Tale

Emi Fujisawa exhibition – Timeless Tale

The earth moves, the sky changes, the tree grows and slowly it catches the sunshine. The moss is gradually transpiring in…

Takehisa Kosugi: SPACINGS

Takehisa Kosugi: SPACINGS

The Ikon Gallery present the first major exhibition by Japanese composer and artist Takehisa Kosugi. Kosugi was a pioneer of experimental…

Alice Emaki-mono project for  Alice’s Day in Oxford

Alice Emaki-mono project for Alice’s Day in Oxford

In July 4, The Story Museum in Oxford celebrates Alice’s Day 2015, especially for the 150th annversary of publication of Alice’s…

ENDO Shuhei – Architect for a New Era

ENDO Shuhei – Architect for a New Era

Influenced by and interacting with landscapes, many modern Japanese architectural structures are characterised by an acute awareness of flows. Renowned Japanese…

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No sooner had Prime Minister David Cameron outlined his proposed EU reforms at a summit in Brussels then officials confirmed…

Black Rain tells the story of a young woman caught in the radioactive ‘black rain’ that fell after the atomic…

The coral reefs, white sand beaches and sub-tropical rainforests of Okinawa, a chain of islands stretching over 600 miles of…

The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, by Natasha Pulley, is a historical novel written while she lived in Japan on the…

In 2013, the Inner and Outer shrines in Ise were rebuilt at vast expense. On 2 October 2013 Amaterasu, the…

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London Korean Film Night: Guns and Talks (2001)

London Korean Film Night: Guns and Talks (2001)

Toxic fumes fromf an air conditioner kill a man in his car. A bullet pierces through a man’s brain before he even gets to turn the ignition. A man picks up a phone and three stories of a building…

AU REVOIR L’ETE

AU REVOIR L’ETE

Before 18 year old Sakuko starts university, she visits her aunt Mikie in a seemingly sleepy coastal Japanese town. Mikie meets up with old flame Ukichi who now manages the local love motel, whilst Sakuko gets to know a…

Summer Explorers! Japanese Anime Screenings

Summer Explorers! Japanese Anime Screenings

This summer the Japan Foundation have organised a day packed full of special anime film screenings, all of which can be enjoyed on the big screen! 11:30am: Anime for Everyone! (Recommended for ages 2+) KOMANEKO – The Curious Cat…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club