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Talk: Ryoichi Kurokawa: unfold

Talk: Ryoichi Kurokawa: unfold

unfold is a major new work by Japanese audio-visual artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, exploring the birth and evolution of stars in a…

Like A Prime Number by Enrico Isamu Oyama

Like A Prime Number by Enrico Isamu Oyama

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation presents Like A Prime Number, the solo exhibition by Japanese-Italian visual artist Enrico Isamu Oyama. Oyama is…

Godai Tomoatsu. Mancunian Overtures and the Japanese Industrial Connection

Godai Tomoatsu. Mancunian Overtures and the Japanese Industrial Connection

150 years ago a secret visit to Manchester and the North West by Godai Tomoatsu, student and agent of the Prince…

PRINT MATTERS

PRINT MATTERS

Magazines promote utopian spaces encompassing inspirational narratives and depicting dreamlike places. They offer us an escape from everyday life. Print Matters…

Creation from Catastrophe – how Architecture rebuilds Communities

Creation from Catastrophe – how Architecture rebuilds Communities

Destruction and devastation present unique opportunities to radically rethink our environment. This exhibition explores the varying ways that cities and communities…

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Seminar View all

K is a famous writer living in Tokyo with his wife and three children, one of whom is mentally disabled.…

Japan’s rich literary history may be traced back to the 11th century with the masterpiece The Tale of Genji, a…

Japan Now is a day of talks and debate presenting literature, politics and wider culture of contemporary Japan and featuring…

The purpose of this workshop is to identify a series of key materials with regards to 2-dimensional device applications. Both…

The Japan Foundation, in collaboration with Kobe University, is delighted to present this special seminar exploring the rise of female…

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Japan’s Role in the Great War 1914-18: A Reassessment from a Military History Perspective – Ian Gow

Ask me anything in Japanese with director Yuki Tanada

Traditional Pottery of Kyoto: Miyagawa’s Makuzu ceramics

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Motoki Hirai Piano Recital: In Aid of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami – 5 Years On

Motoki Hirai Piano Recital: In Aid of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami – 5 Years On

Acclaimed worldwide for his imagination and sensitivity, London-based composer-pianist Motoki Hirai will be giving a piano recital on March 3rd at London’s Milton Court Concert Hall, Barbican Centre, in aid of the Japan earthquake and tsunami, commemorating its 5th…

Recorder and Harpsichord Recital ~Revival in retrospect~

Recorder and Harpsichord Recital ~Revival in retrospect~

Naomi Okuda (recorders) and Pawel Swiczak (harpsichord) present a fascinating programme of music for recorder and harpsichord from the 18th and 20th centuries using period instruments. For more than a century the ‘Early Music movement’ has influenced a steady…

5 years since Great East Japan Earthquake 11th March 2011: Charity Concert: Evening with Japanese Songs and Music

5 years since Great East Japan Earthquake 11th March 2011: Charity Concert: Evening with Japanese Songs and Music

7 musicians living in London are gathering to organise a charity concert to mark the fifth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The earthquake and the tsunami devastated large areas of Eastern Japan, and there are still many…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club