Submissions welcome! Japan-related event in London to add? Just click the green ‘+ Post Your Event’ button. It’s free, & easy to do.
World Rugby Museum adult ticket £12.50. Concessions available.
The Experience Japan Exhibition aims to introduce the growing range of study and research opportunities available in Japan.
This year,12 Japanese education institutions and several Japan-related organisations will be attending to provide information on degree programmes taught entirely in English, as well as on the research opportunities, summer courses and other options open to international students. There will also be a chance to find out about the variety of scholarships and research funding available to enable you to take advantage of these learning opportunities.
This year’s line-up of seminars will cover the basics about local life, as well as allow you to hear directly from individuals who have experienced studying or conducting research in Japan. Guest speakers will be delivering presentations that provide insights into Japanese language, as well as showcasing Japanese innovation. There will also be a special seminar on the ever-popular Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme.
So come along and find your way to Japan – the experience of a lifetime awaits!
Online registration is recommended but not required. Pre-register via the link below to receive a special gift on the day of the exhibition.
Experience Japan Exhibition Website
Taiko Meantime’s latest show “Resonance” explores the concept of resonance through Japanese Taiko: how the vibrations of one instrument affects another, how the exuberance of a single player energises the whole group, and how the force of many performers together shake the audience both physically and emotionally.
With new repertoire ranging from delicate composition to explosive crowd-pleasing barnstormers – this show promises to be a feast for the ears, eyes and internal organs!
As the Japanese taiko drumming troupe make their way back to London, they bring with them the Odaiko drums. These traditional drums, used in Shinto rituals, weigh over half a tonne each, and require exceptional skill and physicality to produce each floor-shaking note.
Dedicated to their art, the Yamato drummers train ferociously. On stage, they display a staggering strength, using their entire bodies to play and share with their audiences an intense passion that comes out in their pounding, high-energy and thrillingly thunderous performances.
“Primal, exhilarating; you want to do it too”
THE TIMES on Chousensha – The Challengers
YOKIMONO (meaning ‘good things’ in Japanese) are proudly presenting a Japanese-themed market and cultural event in Dalston, East London. There will be plenty on offer, all made in Japan, or produced by Japanese artists and craft makers in London. As well as a wide variety of market stalls, there will also be live performances featuring Japanese TAIKO drummers and other demonstrations.
Come and explore and enjoy traditional and contemporary Japanese arts and crafts, food and culture
The event is free entry and family friendly.
Japanese Food & Sweets:
Taiko Drum Performance:
Arts & Crafts:
Satsuki Otoyama (Kintsugi ceramic repairing)
Paintings & Illustrations:
Saki & Bitches
Clothing and accessories:
(furoshiki eco wrap demonstrations)
Chizuko Kimura (kimono fabric craft)
Please check the latest information on our Instagram.