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26 November 2015

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Japanese online magazine SHIFT presents the DOTMOV Festival 2015, premiering in the UK at the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation. We will be screening a selection of short films to showcase emerging international talent in film and the visual arts.......more>>



30 October - 17 December 2015

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Drawing away from the conventions of story books, Ishida’s works explore the significance of images when they are set free from the written word. Outside this paradigm, the initial significance of the image is lost, and reconstructed as a new point of departure.......more>>



23 & 24 November 2015

Pembroke College, Oxford

On 23 and 24 November, an international symposium will be taken place at Pembroke College on the impact of global economic crises in the 21st century and reactions from the government in East and West.. ....more>>



27 - 29 November 2015

Tobacco Dock London

This year’s HYPER JAPAN Christmas Market will be held at the beautiful Tobacco Dock on 27-29th November, and will carry on the true HYPER JAPAN spirit of bringing visitors the best of Japan.... ......more>>



21 November 2015

Courthouse Cinema,, London

The legends of the Samurai appear to be an all-male affair; but contrary to popular belief, Samurai women stood their ground in countless battles and castle sieges.......more>>


25 November 2015

University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre

Display Chai (tea) from Japan and other areas will be shared, together with unique Japanese/Western dessert provided by Mayo’s Kitchen in Glasgow. Free and open to all......more>>

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