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Greetings from the Japan Information & Cultural Centre at the Embassy of Japan in the UK. In our February webmagazine we have details of our current exhibition, The Deindustrial Revolution, which is free to all visitors. Next month we have not one, but two free film shows at the embassy, "Final Take" and "Acacia Walk" (prior registration is essential), and details for the Japan Foundation's Touring Film Programme.

We also have a short report on the recent Dulwich Boys event to commemorate 100 years of Japanese Studies at the School of Oriental Studies, and take a closer look at large Japanese taiko drums in our video of the month. Lastly, don't forget to check out JAPAN UK Events Calendar for Japan-related events near you!

Exhibition at the Embassy of Japan

The Deindustrial Revolution
Material Culture in Japan and the UK
12 February – early March 2016

The current exhibition at the Embassy of Japan presents the work of ADS6, a post-graduate architecture design studio at the Royal College of Art in London ...more

Films at the Embassy
Final Take
Wednesday 9 March 2016 at 18:30
Free admission
Prior registration essential ...more

Films at the Embassy
Acacia Walk
Tuesday 22 March 2016 at 18:30
Free admission
Prior registration essential ...more
Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme
IKIRU, The highs and lows of life in Japanese cinema
5 February - 26 March 2016
Various locations nationwide ...more

Dulwich Boys and Beyond: 100 Years of Japanese Studies at SOAS
SOAS was founded in 1916 as the School of Oriental Studies, ...more

Video Topics
Wadaiko Drumming (03:23)
This month we take a closer look at the large drums of Japan's famous taiko tradition.
JAPAN-UK Events Calendar
Keep an eye on our Events Calendar for details of other upcoming events around the UK.
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