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This January, there are plenty of Japan-related events to get 2011, the year of the rabbit according to the Oriental zodiac, off to a great start. At the Embassy, there will be a private view of our current exhibition '100 YEARS ON - Japan-British Exhibtion 1910' with presentations from experts, as well as our ever-popular film screenings. Also in January, learn more about the art of Japanese woodblock printing with eminent artist Professor Tetsuya Noda.

In this New Year edition, we are privileged to feature a winter Haiku by Madoka Mayuzumi, a renowned Japanese Haiku poet. The spotlight is on the Embassy's Consular Section and we find out how 2010's Study Tour participants got on during their 10 day trip to Japan.

Finally, in success stories from 2010, we take a look back at the remarkable year enjoyed by the Leach Pottery in St Ives and we find out more about the Japanese architects chosen to design the V&A at Dundee.

 

100 YEARS ON: Japan-British Exhibition 1910

24 January 2011 - Private view, presentations and reception
The Embassy of Japan


An evening to celebrate the centenary of the Japan-British Exhibition, held in London in 1910.

This event is by invitation only, but we are offering a number of places especially for Embassy of Japan webmagazine subscribers. Click here for details.

Films at the Embassy
26 January, 18:30 - The Village Album
23 February, 18:30 - Many Happy Returns

The Embassy continues its monthly film screenings in 2011. Click here to see what's showing...


Woodblock Printmaking with Prof. Tetsuya Noda
12 & 13 January 2011,
London Metropolitan University

Prof. Tetsuya Noda is one of the world's most eminent printmakers...more

Haiku: The Heart of Japan in 17 Syllables

Madoka Mayuzumi, renowned Haiku poet, has specially contributed this Haiku for
winter...more

Spotlight on... The Consular Section

"The best-known scam that targets Japanese people involves theft by someone dressed as a policeman" ...more

Study Tour 2010 Participants Return

Find out how 2010's Study Tour participants got on in their "action packed trip"

Leach Pottery, St Ives: A Remarkable Second Year

Success in St Ives in the 90th anniversary of the founding of the pottery...more

Kengo Kuma & Associates to design
Dundee V&A Museum


"This has the potential to be one of
Europe's most exciting buildings"...more

Japan UK Event Calendar

Keep an eye on our event calendar for other Japan-related events in 2011.

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