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2016 Artist of the Year_Koo Jeong A: Riptide

2016 Artist of the Year_Koo Jeong A: Riptide

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is pleased to announce Riptide, a new exhibition from their 2016 ‘Artist of the Year’,…

Contemporary Botanical Art from Japan Kusabana-zu

Contemporary Botanical Art from Japan Kusabana-zu

We are delighted to introduce contemporary Japanese painting “Nihonga” through the theme of Contemporary Botanical Art from Japan: Kusabana-zu. All the…

J-Style: Celebrating Japanese Street Fashion in the UK

J-Style: Celebrating Japanese Street Fashion in the UK

‘J-Style’ is the first of its kind in Europe; an exhibition celebrating the influence of Japanese Street Fashion in the UK.…

HIKARI by Aki Kondo

HIKARI by Aki Kondo

On 11 March 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake hit the north-east coast of Japan. At that time, Aki Kondo was…

Kabuki – On Stage, Behind the Scenes: Photographs by Akio Kushida and Stephanie Berger

Kabuki – On Stage, Behind the Scenes: Photographs by Akio Kushida and Stephanie Berger

This exhibition presents a selection of photographs on the subject of kabuki theatre, the popular Japanese style of drama which developed…

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Manga has a deep root in the history of Japanese culture. A medium constantly evolving, Manga reflects the interest of…

On the eighteenth day of the second year of Enkyō [延享, 1746] Sekiguchi Kōsan [関口黄山] died in his home on…

The Pillow Book (枕草子 Makura no Sōshi) is a book of observations and musings recorded by Sei Shōnagon during her…

Blue Passages documents Shino Yanai’s recent performance featuring video, photography, and salvaged objects. She followed the perilous mountain route between…

Miri Yu is a multi award-winning Japanese author of Korean descent from Yokohama, Japan. Although now known foremost for prose,…

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Ninagawa x Shakespeare – Talk by Yuriko Akishima

Treaty Port Life, 1859-1899, Seen from the British Consular Court – Chris Roberts

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Japanese in Britain: Oral Histories Film Screening

Japanese in Britain: Oral Histories Film Screening

Following the devastation of the Second World War and the privations of the post-war period, the Tokyo 1964 Olympics marked the re-emergence of Japan on the world stage. As Japan flourished, enjoying economic growth and political stability, the liberalisation…

London Korean Film Night: Scandal Makers (2008)

London Korean Film Night: Scandal Makers (2008)

Geum-soon (Bae Doo-na), once a top-ranked volleyball player, is now a housewife with a six-month-old daughter and a trouble-making husband. When her husband goes to work, Geum-soon sometimes visits the volleyball stadium where she meets many of her old…

Tora-san Confesses 男はつらいよ 寅次郎の告白

Tora-san Confesses 男はつらいよ 寅次郎の告白

Torajiro, known as Tora-san, is on a trip to Tottori prefecture. Bumping into Izumi, who is the girlfriend of his nephew Mitsuo and who has failed to get a job in Tokyo, he discovers that she has run away…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club