Taking part in Sport Relief? Warm-up with Radio Taiso!
Radio Taiso is a simple set of Japanese exercises, used as a whole-school warm up in Japan. However you’re fundraising, we want you to get everyone together and warm up with Radio Taiso!
Reiko Fujisawa with the Carducci String Quartet – Members Discount
Pianist Reiko Fujisawa and the Carducci String Quartet join forces on piano quintets from Schumann and Shostakovich, each possessing their own exquisite power.
Japan Society Christmas Party 2019 - Photos
Our thanks to everyone who came to this year’s Japan Society Christmas Party 2019 on December 10 and special thanks to our hosts the Embassy of Japan.
16th World Children’s Haiku Contest 2019-2020 – Applications closed
With the Japan Rugby World Cup and Tokyo Olympics, 2019-2020 is an important period for Japan and SPORTS. This year we are looking for haiku that express themes and feelings connected to SPORTS.
Captain Oswald Tuck and the Bedford Japanese School, 1942-1945 - Members Discount
This book contains a biography of Captain Oswald Tuck RN (1876-1950), who had lived in Japan, had taught Japanese for the Navy and had high security clearance
New Publication: British Royal and Japanese Imperial Relations, 1868-2018
This book studies the relations between the British and Japanese monarchies over the past 150 years. It marks the abdication of Emperor Akihito and the enthronement of Crown Prince Naruhito in April 2019.
New Edition: The Thames And I: A Memoir of Two Years at Oxford
Translated by the late Sir Hugh Cortazzi and first published in hardback in 2006, this reprint in softback is published to mark the ascendancy to the imperial throne of Japan of Crown Prince Naruhito in 2019.
Video: How to Haiku: Beyond 5 7 5
Paul Conneally, haiku poet, introduces the key elements of haiku in this video, illuminating some of the common pitfalls and misunderstandings of what haiku is about.