Japanese Events in London

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Sumire Kuribayashi & Friends 7:00 pm
Sumire Kuribayashi & Friends @ Hoxton Hall
Jun 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:45 pm
Sumire Kuribayashi & Friends @ Hoxton Hall | England | United Kingdom
Yokohama Calling presents the debut UK performance by sensational Japanese pianist Sumire Kuribayashi and bass legend Hideaki Kanazawa. This performance features a collaboration with two of the UK’s finest jazz musicians, Jason Yarde (saxophones) and[...]
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Panos Karan piano recital-Chopin
Panos Karan piano recital-Chopin @ Cadogan Hall
Jun 11 all-day
Panos Karan piano recital-Chopin @ Cadogan Hall | England | United Kingdom
The wildlife charity Born Free Foundation is thrilled to be working with internationally acclaimed pianist and conductor Panos Karan who performs Chopin’s 24 formidable, evocative and popular Études, while also speaking about his charity Keys[...]
New Approaches: #MeToo in Japan and the UK 6:00 pm
New Approaches: #MeToo in Japan and the UK @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
New Approaches: #MeToo in Japan and the UK @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
The #MeToo movement swiftly spread from America to the UK in October 2017, with thousands of women sharing their stories of sexual abuse or misconduct on social media. The movement’s impact spread beyond the internet,[...]
Closing the gender gap by 2030: Lessons from Japan and the UK 6:30 pm
Closing the gender gap by 2030: Lessons from Japan and the UK @ Thai Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics, London, WC2A 3LJ
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm
Closing the gender gap by 2030: Lessons from Japan and the UK @ Thai Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics, London, WC2A 3LJ | England | United Kingdom
Admission free, Booking essential Despite the Japanese government’s commitment to creating a “society where all women shine”, progress in achieving this is still limited.  In 2017, Japan dropped to 114th place on the Global Gender Gap Index produced[...]