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It has already been a year since the disaster, which has changed the way Japanese people view the world. Just by looking back at my own blog, I recall that the past one year has been dominated by news of the disaster and the subsequent recovery programme. Now 11 March is approaching and many people in the UK are planning one-year-on events
1 - 8 & 13 - 30 March 2012
The Embassy of Japan

The Embassy of Japan presents a series of photographs outlining the reconstruction efforts following the Great East Japan Earthquake ...more

Events around the country as the UK remembers "One year on..."
At the end of last year the Embassy of Japan created a special section of the JAPAN-UK Events Calendar on which people could register events ...more


The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom
A film by British director Lucy Walker that was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Short Documentary and won the Sundance Jury Award for Non-Fiction this year ...more

One year on: A JET perspective
A year has passed since the March eleventh earthquake. Things are not the same, but a sense of normality is returning to Fukushima ...more


Coming Soon!
Films at the Embassy: Bloom in the Moonlight

Wednesday 28 March 2012
The Embassy of Japan

Coming Soon!
Films at the Embassy: Tohoku Special Film Show

Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 March 2012
The Embassy of Japan


JAPAN-UK Events Calendar
Keep an eye on our Events Calendar for details of other upcoming events and check out the latest photos on our Flickr page.

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