This calendar has been established to keep people up to date on new and upcoming Japan-related cultural events in the UK.

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7 July 2015

Embassy of Japan, London

“Mom, are you happy with him? Father said nothing and died quietly.” Hiroshi finds a short message that his sister Maki had written to the mother who abandoned them eighteen years ago......more>>



3 July 2015

Nehru Centre, London

The human being is a miniature universe. One aspect is masculine, retains a static quality and remains identified, while the other aspect is feminine, dynamic, energetic and creative....more>>


4 July 2015

The Story Museum and downtown of Oxford

In July 4, The Story Museum in Oxford celebrates Alice’s Day 2015, especially for the 150th annversary of publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and has many events for Alice’s Day.....more>>


3 - 5 July 2015
Exeter Northcott Theatre & Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter

As has now become a tradition, the UK Taiko Festival will open with a Friday evening Feast of Taiko concert, featuring the amazing talent of the best youth taiko groups in the country, joined by some special guests........more>>



6 July 2015

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Zen art is called bokuseki, literally “ink traces”. Within the culture of East Asia, mastery of the brush encompasses the highest of all art-forms. There is a long-standing tradition....more>>


10 July 2015

SOAS, London

including Japan-UK collaboration of Takemitsu’s ‘November Steps’ with Joe Browning (shakuhachi) with SOAS Min’yo Group performing ‘Ohara Bushi’ from Kagoshima ,....more>>

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