The Japan Society
House of the Setting Sun

House of the Setting Sun

An exhibition and activities held in Bowness-on-Windermere, including rarely seen ukiyo-e woodblock prints, Japanese and British ceramics and a never seen before Edo period kimono.

Japanese Silk Painting and Kimono Wearing Experiences for Torfaen

Japanese Silk Painting and Kimono Wearing Experiences for Torfaen

Japanese silk painted by children was sent to Shizuoka and hand sewn into kimono, which was returned and exhibited during a kimono wearing event for local people in Torfaen, Wales.

Japanese Avant-Garde and Experimental Film Festival 2021: Bodies

Japanese Avant-Garde and Experimental Film Festival 2021: Bodies

Inspired by the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the 2021 edition of the Japanese Avant-Garde and Experimental Film Festival explored the theme of the body and sensation.

Coventry Japanese Peace Garden

Coventry Japanese Peace Garden

The design and installation of a public garden in Coventry city centre, the outcome of a two-year Cities of Peace Project involving pupils from five local primary schools.

Mutual Mirror / Neighbouring

Mutual Mirror / Neighbouring

A collaborative project between practitioners and curators from both Scotland and Japan, introducing Japanese practitioners to audiences in Glasgow.

Japanese Club

Japanese Club

A Japan-themed afterschool club for Year 7 students in Blyth for the Spring Term, with Japanese language and arts and craft activities. Alongside a special afternoon of raku firing with an expert potter.

Japanese Enrichment Week

Japanese Enrichment Week

A week of Japanese cultural activities at a small school in Yorkshire, including dance, arts and crafts and origami.

Litro World Series: Japan: Drifting Islands

Litro World Series: Japan: Drifting Islands

A special Japan-themed edition of Litro Magazine featuring poetry, stort stories and essays.

E. A. Hornel From Camera to Canvas Exhibition Events Programme

E. A. Hornel From Camera to Canvas Exhibition Events Programme

A series of online workshops and talks to coincide with the exhibition 'E. A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas' at the Edinburgh City Art Centre.

The Spider’s Thread

The Spider’s Thread

A filmed paper theatre piece complimented by online workshops and a talk, based on a short story by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, created by Puppeteer and Theatre Maker, Aya Nakamura.