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Nov
1
Fri
2019
Yū (Shin’ichi Isohata / Naoyo Yakushi / Misuzu) @ CAFE OTO
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm

Yū (Shin’ichi Isohata – Naoyo Yakushi – Misuzu)

“This project is named Yū (幽) / phantom.

Yū is Japanese special sensitivity, it’s means like “faintly”, “fleeting”, “airy”, “vaguely”. It’s be understood by Japanese people as also “ghost”, “apparition”, “phantom”.

This performance depicts two Japanese goddesses, one phantom, and one modern woman, by dance of Misuzu and the music of Shin’ichi Isohata and Naoyo Yakushi.

Many of the origins of religion in all world were goddess faith. God or monster has the back and front faces that are intrinsic as same as humans (although I think originally God should not be such an existence..). Every existences have good and evil, and also there has sadness in the bottom of the heart. However, sometime the sadness might be become to mercy or hope. Music wander between reality and mythology with abstract, minimal sound, and Japan sensitivities etc… for realizing the true happiness in heart.” – Shin’ichi Isohata

Nov
7
Thu
2019
Sixth Form Japan Day @ SOAS, University of London
Nov 7 @ 10:20 am – 4:00 pm

The Japan Society, in association with Ritsumeikan (UK) and SOAS (University of London), is pleased to once again invite Sixth Form students to attend the Sixth Form Japan Day. So please save the date! FREE – this event is free of charge to schools and 6th Form students.

The Sixth Form Japan Day is designed to give insights into aspects of Japan, traditional and modern, through lectures and practical workshops. It is aimed at students who are studying Japanese, but will also be of interest to Sixth Form students who have not had the opportunity to study formally at school, but who are considering taking Japanese studies (or Japanese alongside other subjects) at university.

On the day, we will be once again holding a University Exhibition during the lunch break (12:50-13:50). This is a unique opportunity for Sixth Form students to ask questions and hear first-hand from universities offering Japanese Studies courses.

Further details and the booking form for the 2019 Sixth Form Japan Day will be available soon.