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Lost and Found, Hanmi Gallery 11th Interim Exhibition

Lost and Found, Hanmi Gallery 11th Interim Exhibition

HANMI GALLERY 11TH INTERIM EXHIBITION Lost & Found An Exhibition of Contemporary Korean Art works by Hong Jung Pyo, Park Jinhee, and Shin Kiwoun Preview: Thursday, 11 October 2012, 6 – 9pm Date: 12 October – 18 October 2012, 12 – 6pm Venue: Hanmi Gallery, 30 Maple Street, London, W1T 6HA HANMI GALLERY is pleased […]

Lecture by Lesley Downer – 19th Century Japan, Geisha, Samurai and Change

Lecture by Lesley Downer – 19th Century Japan, Geisha, Samurai and Change

The Birmingham Japan Society – Eiwakai, is pleased to welcome author Lesley Downer to the Brasshouse Language Centre on 12th October 2012 between 7pm and 9pm. Lesley Downer will give a presentation on the subject of her latest novel, Across a Bridge of Dreams. Taken place in 19th century Japan, Lesley will speak to us […]

Shonen Knife ‘Pop Tune’ 2012 UK/Ireland Tour

Shonen Knife ‘Pop Tune’ 2012 UK/Ireland Tour

Let’s Rock! Cultish, long-lived (30 years!), Nirvana- and Sonic Youth-championed Japanese all-girl punk-pop trio Shonen Knife return to Europe this year with their 18th album ‘Pop Tune’ (released June 2012 on Damnably Records). Expect loud and buoyant guitars, rapid fire pop-punk drums and sweet harmonies. A rock show not to be missed! Shonen Knife ‘Pop […]

Genesis Auteurnative presents Korean comedy PETTY ROMANCE, Thursday 30th August 2012 7pm

The Genesis team have put together a diverse season of six films which showcase our love of cinema. This was partly inspired by Scala Beyond, a six-week nationwide season dedicated to all forms of film exhibition and also a desire to collaborate with individuals and organisations we work with and admire. This exciting line-up will […]

‘Fukushima- A Silent Prayer of Poetry’ open rehearsal in London

‘Fukushima- A Silent Prayer of Poetry’ open rehearsal in London

INVITATION TO FUKUSHIMA- SILENT PRAYER OF POETRY OPEN REHEARSAL DATE/TIME: THURSDAY 9TH AUGUST 4PM VENUE: University of London SOAS main building ROOM G3 http://www.soas.ac.uk/visitors/location/maps/ ” Radiation falls, The night is silent.” ‘Fukushima- A Silent Prayer of Poetry’ Based on Twitter feeds following the 2011 Tsunami, by poet Ryoichi Wago. This year, the new theatre group […]

8/19 (sun) 13:99 ~15:00 LIGHT UP LONDON

8/19 (sun) 13:99 ~15:00 LIGHT UP LONDON

このたび、Action for Japan UKは、被災地沿岸で昨年追悼と復興のための花火大会を開催したLIGHT UP NIPPONのドキュメンタリー、『LIGHT UP NIPPON 日本を照らした奇跡の花火』を上映します。ご家族・ご友人をお誘い合わせの上、ぜひご参加ください。 Action for Japan UK is going to show the documentary, ‘LIGHT UP NIPPON.’ This is a documentary about the firework performance that was held along the coast of Japan last year in order to commemorate the victims of the Great East Earthquake, and to provide aid […]

Reiko Fujisawa – Concert for Music for Life

Reiko Fujisawa – Concert for Music for Life

Acclaimed Japanese pianist, Reiko Fujisawa, is delighted to announce the July 2012 release of her debut CD for Quartz Music and her charity concert in aid of ‘Music for Life’ (Wigmore Hall and Dementia UK). Bach Partita No. 2 BWV 826 Medtner/Chopin selected works Beethoven ‘Pathétique’ Sonata op.13 Liszt Mephisto Waltz No. 1 Online booking: […]

The Sumo Run, raising money for UK charity

The Sumo Run is a 5km charity fun run which sees participants dressing up in inflatable sumo suits and raising money for UK educational charity Gemin-i (www.gemin-i.org). The 2010 London event broke a Guinness World Record for the Largest Number of People Dressed as a Sumo! This year, the Manchester event is taking place on […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club