Japanese Events in London

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Erika Kobayashi: His Last Bow @ Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
Erika Kobayashi: His Last Bow @ Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
Nov 1 all-day
Erika Kobayashi: His Last Bow @ Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
The first showing of the Japanese artist Erika Kobayashi in the UK. The exhibition explores her family history strangely intertwined with the discovery of uranium, radioactivation, invention of atomic bomb, and Sherlock Holmes. Erika Kobayashi[...]
Nara: sacred images from early Japan @ The British Museum, Room 3 and 93
Nara: sacred images from early Japan @ The British Museum, Room 3 and 93
Nov 1 all-day
Nara: sacred images from early Japan @ The British Museum, Room 3 and 93
Nara, in the Yamato region of Japan, was the country’s capital from AD 710–784 – and the cradle of traditional Japanese culture. This special display runs in two rooms: the Asahi Shimbun Displays (Room 3)[...]
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12:00 am The Post-Anthropocene by Naoya Inose @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
The Post-Anthropocene by Naoya Inose @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Nov 1 @ 12:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Post-Anthropocene by Naoya Inose @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is delighted to introduce the London-based Japanese artist Naoya Inose to the UK public. The new geological era the Anthropocene, which means “the age of humanity”, defines the epoch we live[...]
7:30 pm Yū (Shin’ichi Isohata / Naoyo Yakushi / Misuzu) @ CAFE OTO
Yū (Shin’ichi Isohata / Naoyo Yakushi / Misuzu) @ CAFE OTO
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm
Yū (Shin'ichi Isohata / Naoyo Yakushi / Misuzu) @ CAFE OTO
“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[...]