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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

29 September 2015

Embassy of Japan, London

The film is based on a manga by the same name, which was published between 2005 and 2006 and has been awarded several prizes, including the Osamu Tezuka Short Work Award.......more>>

 

 

17 - 30 August 2015

SUMMERHALL, Edinburgh

The Japan Foundation is pleased to support performances of Japanese playwright Toshiki Okada’s Current Location, performed by the award-winning British company Fellswoop Theatre........more>>

 

Until 21 November 2015

Gallery Oldham, Manchester

Display of Satsuma Ceramics, to celebrate 150 years since three of the Satsuma students arrived in Oldham. Part of the Satsuma 150 celebrations......more>>

         
   


3 - 13 September 2015
Julian Hartnoll Gallery, London

Outside In and the Julian Hartnoll Gallery are delighted to announce the opening of an exhibition of intricate ink drawings by Japanese artist Shinya Fujii at the Julian Hartnoll Gallery in London......more>>

 

 

14 September 2015

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Since the 1980s Japanese higher education institutions have undergone a number of reforms in response to government internationalisation initiatives ....more>>

 

 

29 August 2015

Oxford Prom Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford

 

Japanese star pianist Mami Shikimori returns to Oxford Proms to perform Beethoven’s « Appassionata » and Chopin’s 24 Preludes plus « En Vers » by Akira Miyoshi from her native Japan......more>>

         
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