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How to Explore Japan via its museums

How to Explore Japan via its museums

Explore a private modern art collection and then take a hot spring bath; remove your shoes and gaze at Monet, explore a little-known treasure house built by a celebrated architect, journey to Tokyo and Kyoto via mountains, islands and gardens. There is no better way to unlock the aesthetics, customs, and heritage of Japan than […]

The Japan Foundation and SOAS Language and Culture Course (Beginner Level)

The Japan Foundation and SOAS Language and Culture Course (Beginner Level)

Term 2 of the Japan Foundation & SOAS Language and Culture Course (Beginner Level) is now open for bookings! This is a new kind of course for beginners of Japanese. It is based on the JF Standard for Japanese Language Education, rather than traditional methods of language education that focus on grammar and sentence structure. […]

Mashiko Pottery Japan at Home London

Mashiko Pottery Japan at Home London

Following an enthusiastic reception from the UK market during their debut at the London Design Festival in 2012, Mashiko Pottery is returning to London to take part in the UK’s leading homeware and interiors event HOME, at Earls Court this January. Mashiko’s appearance at Home presents a rare opportunity for buyers to discover stunning new […]

Japanese for Primary Schools: Support, Resources and Taster

Japanese for Primary Schools: Support, Resources and Taster

Japanese for Primary Schools offers class teachers, head teachers, assistant teachers and all others working the field of Primary education the opportunity to get to grips with issues specific to the teaching of Japanese at Primary Schools. We will focus on resources and support available from various organisations for UK primary schools looking to offer […]

Films at the Embassy of Japan: The Wife of Gegege

Films at the Embassy of Japan: The Wife of Gegege

A heartwarming story depicting the younger days of Mizuki Shigeru, the author of “Gegege no Kitaro”, the well-known comic on ‘yokai’ (supernatural beings), and his wife, who supported him through the years. In 1961, 29-year-old Nunoe and Shigeru, who lost his left arm in the war, get married, just five days after being introduced at […]

Christmas Ikebana Demonstrations

Christmas Ikebana Demonstrations

Japanese Flower Arranging Demonstrations on a festive theme by Mrs Hisako Bourlet (Ohara School), Mrs Irene Moore (Sogetsu School) and Mrs Tineke Robertson (Ichiyo School), all three masters in the art of ikebana. Entrance fee: Members £6 – Non Members £10 Date: 5 November 2013, Doors open 12pm Venue: The Brompton Oratory Church Hall, Brompton […]

Basic Japanese Language and Culture Course for Teachers

Basic Japanese Language and Culture Course for Teachers

In this course, participants can learn more about the culture of Japan, including life in Japanese schools, through studying the Japanese language itself. You will also have an opportunity to learn more about the resources available for learning and teaching Japanese language. We hope that after this course, participants would like to try sharing their […]

Acting Out of Nothingness: from the APT Collection

Acting Out of Nothingness: from the APT Collection

Coinciding with the 2013 Frieze London Art Fair in neighbouring Regent’s Park, the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation and the APT Institute are pleased to present the group exhibition Acting Out of Nothingness featuring the contemporary Japanese artists Kanako Sasaki, Koki Tanaka, Zon Ito, Goro Murayama, Motohiro Tomii, Masahiro Wada and Lyota Yagi. The exhibition will display […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club