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Financial Technology – The Present and the Future of Virtual Currencies. Do they herald a new era?

Financial Technology – The Present and the Future of Virtual Currencies. Do they herald a new era?

We increasingly hear references to ‘FinTech’ in our everyday. No longer solely a topic of interest to the financial or computing media, it is frequently the subject of lifestyle and news stories. Through a series of linked seminars, the Japan Society is celebrating this new phase in the UK-Japan relationship, which sees many Japanese individuals […]

Kotatsu Japanese Animation Festival 2017

Kotatsu Japanese Animation Festival 2017

The 2017 edition of the Kotatsu Japanese Animation Festival, organised in partnership with the Japan Foundation, will showcase the best in both mainstream and independent anime and feature a host of Welsh premieres including Masaaki Yuasa’s The Night is Short, Walk on Girl (pictured) and Shukou Murase’s SF thriller Genocidal Organ – a real treat […]

The Present and Future of Financial Technology: Security for Open Banking Financial APIs – with Authlete

The Present and Future of Financial Technology: Security for Open Banking Financial APIs – with Authlete

The third seminar in our series dealing with FinTech related topics, features Ali Adnan, co-founder and Director at Authlete. Soon banks will have to give third parties access to their data and, as a big a threat as this could be, this will breed more innovation in the financial services industry and disrupt new ways […]

KCC House Concert with Seungwon Lee and Amy Yule

KCC House Concert with Seungwon Lee and Amy Yule

Date: Tuesday 24 October, 7 pm Venue: Reception Hall, KCCUK Seungwon Lee is South Korean piano accompanist. She finished her M.A on Distinction and Professional Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music. During her studies, she won the first prize in Scott Huxley piano accompaniment competition as well as prizes in many international chamber music […]

The 2nd London East Asia Film Festival 19-29 October 2017

The 2nd London East Asia Film Festival 19-29 October 2017

We are excited to host some of our esteemed guests for LEAFF this year. From directors to actors and artists, flying across the world to be a part of our Film Festival, we welcome 14 directors and 7 actors and actresses! The Festival not only focuses on celebrating East Asian Cinema in all its glory, […]

London-brewed sake tasting with Izakaya pairing

London-brewed sake tasting with Izakaya pairing

We are delighted to announce a truly special evening in which the founders of the UK’s first sake brewery share their story and their local sakes paired with very special Japanese comfort food, organised in partnership with Kanpai London Craft Sake and Okan Ramen. You’ll be greeted with a welcome drink and a starter to […]

Is Japanese Food Healthy? Taste, Sense and Sensation – A Talk by Prof Ole G Mouritsen

Is Japanese Food Healthy? Taste, Sense and Sensation – A Talk by Prof Ole G Mouritsen

Japanese food has been looked upon by the world with great interest, not only for its variety but also its health benefits, promoting a balance diet. Because of its popularity, many Japanese ingredients are now available to buy in shops and supermarkets across the UK and are sometimes transformed into fascinating cuisines. Traditionally, Japanese food […]

Japanese Castles and the Making of Regional, National and World Heritage – with Oleg Benesch

Japanese Castles and the Making of Regional, National and World Heritage – with Oleg Benesch

Castles are among Japan’s most iconic structures, and are recognized worldwide. They are powerful symbols of local, regional, and national identity. This exalted status of Japan’s castles obscures their troubled modern history, however, when the vast majority of premodern structures were abandoned, dismantled, or destroyed immediately following the Meiji Restoration of 1868. By the turn […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club