ONLINE EVENT - Japan Society Film Club: An Actor's Revenge directed by Kon Ichikawa
ONLINE TALK - Visualising Numbers: Soroban as a tool for the maths classroom
3/11 and Fukushima Dai-ichi 10 years on with Yoichi Funabashi and David Warren
The Japan Society Review
The Japan Society Review is published on a bimonthly basis, both online and printed.
Since the starting of the publication in 2006, each issue covers a selection of Japan-related books and films, as well as theatre and stage productions, tv series and exhibitions.
Its purpose is to inform, entertain and encourage readers to explore the works for themselves.
Video: How to Make An Origami Box
Kamishibai: Japanese Storytelling
Valentine's Day Origami Ideas
Radio Taiso ラジオ体操 Video
Radio Taiso ラジオ体操 is an exercise routine that has been practised for nearly 100 years in Japan. Old and young, physically fit and those with mobility issues can all experience the benefits of Radio Taiso. Watch our new video in YouTube and stay strong and well!
Introducing Manga to the Classroom
Manga (comics or graphic novels) are a Japanese form of visual storytelling and are increasingly popular outside of Japan. These lessons give students an introduction to the history and cultural significance of manga in Japan and as an art form.