Celebrating Tanabata Festival with a Japan Day
To coincide with Tanabata Festival, students from St Joseph’s Catholic School in Broadstairs, Kent took part in a number of activities to celebrate the cultural richness of Japan and included a visit from Japanese students from Chaucer College.
CreativiTEA - wake up the wonder!
A series of workshops aimed at diverse groups in the community including school children, focusing on the creative arts of haiku poetry and ceramics and featuring Japanese poet Hiroshi Taniuchi.
Japan Festival 2017
A one day festival organised by Bath - Beppu Friendship Association with a wide range of activities including calligraphy, haiku, origami, games, crafts and dressing up in kimono.
The Ancient and Modern Colours of Japan
An exhibition of work from both UK and Japanese artists and a week of craft and cultural workshops for students at King Edward VI Community College and the wider community in rural Devon.
The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin)
A Japanese-language feature film shot over 27 weeks in a small farming village in the mountains of rural Kyoto Prefecture (nearest to Shiotani, Ayabe) Japan.