Tuesday 30 May 2017 6.30pm
Lodge Room No 11
The Freemasons’ Hall
Great Queen Street
London WC2B 5AZ
Japan Society members: £9
Booking essential: Please book online here
Booking deadline: Friday 26 May
Speaker: Pauline Chakmakjian
Most famous for being considered a sacred part of Japan, the old Imperial capital of Kyoto seasonally adds splashes of colour to the city by celebrating up to five hundred annual festivals in and around many of its historical and spiritual attractions. The majority of these festivals were traditionally rituals held to protect Kyoto. This lectures covers 1) the three, major matsuri held in the City of Kyoto each year, 2) some of the lesser-known festivals and their significance and 3) a few of the more unusual festivals held every year.
Please let us know if you would like to take an optional tour of the Freemason’s Hall at 5.15 for 5.30pm.
Pauline Chakmakjian is a Visit Kyoto Ambassador and a writer and speaker on Japanese and British Masonic history.
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