Japanese Events in London

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Brave Blossoms: the History of Rugby in Japan @ World Rugby Museum, Twickenham Stadium
Brave Blossoms: the History of Rugby in Japan @ World Rugby Museum, Twickenham Stadium
Jul 12 all-day
Brave Blossoms: the History of Rugby in Japan @ World Rugby Museum, Twickenham Stadium | England | United Kingdom
Explore the full history of the birth and evolution of rugby union in Japan, from 1866 when Yokohama became the site of the oldest rugby club in Asia, to being awarded Rugby World Cup 2019.[...]
Manga マンガ @ The British Museum
Manga マンガ @ The British Museum
Jul 12 all-day
Manga マンガ @ The British Museum
Enter a graphic world where art and storytelling collide in the largest exhibition of manga ever to take place outside of Japan. Manga is a visual narrative art form that has become a multimedia global[...]
This is MANGA – the art of Urusawa Naoki @ Japan House, London
This is MANGA – the art of Urusawa Naoki @ Japan House, London
Jul 12 all-day
This is MANGA - the art of Urusawa Naoki @ Japan House, London
OPENING HOURS: Monday to Saturday 10:00–20:00 Sundays & Bank Holidays 12:00–18:00 Admission Free *Opening hours may vary depending on events, so please check our website on the day of your visit This summer Japan House[...]
Hikari Shimoda: Stand Up, Saviour @ Dorothy Circus Gallery
Hikari Shimoda: Stand Up, Saviour @ Dorothy Circus Gallery
Jul 12 all-day
Hikari Shimoda: Stand Up, Saviour @ Dorothy Circus Gallery
The colourful and disarming artworks by the Japanese pop painter Hikari Shimoda will intertwine with the emotional and poetic Street Art by the Italian Millo, filling up Dorothy Circus Gallery’s walls. The intense dialogue between[...]
Serpentine Pavilion 2019 designed by Junya Ishigami @ Serpentine Pavilion
Serpentine Pavilion 2019 designed by Junya Ishigami @ Serpentine Pavilion
Jul 12 all-day
Serpentine Pavilion 2019 designed by Junya Ishigami @ Serpentine Pavilion
The Japanese architect Junya Ishigami, celebrated for his experimental structures that interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena, has been selected to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.
Visitors by Ushiki Masanori @ Pocko Gallery, 51A King Henry's Walk, Mildmay Ward, London N1 4NH
Visitors by Ushiki Masanori @ Pocko Gallery, 51A King Henry's Walk, Mildmay Ward, London N1 4NH
Jul 12 all-day
Visitors by Ushiki Masanori @ Pocko Gallery, 51A King Henry's Walk, Mildmay Ward, London N1 4NH
Visitors is an ongoing series of portrait characters by Ushiki Masanori, who is regarded as a cult figure in the art world of Japan and, much like his predecessors Yoshitomo Nara and Takashi Murakami, Ushiki’s[...]
“A Secret Beauty: The Spirit of Japanese Makie” The Lacquer Works of Koyanagi Tanekuni @ Brunei Gallery, SOAS
“A Secret Beauty: The Spirit of Japanese Makie” The Lacquer Works of Koyanagi Tanekuni @ Brunei Gallery, SOAS
Jul 12 all-day
“A Secret Beauty: The Spirit of Japanese Makie” The Lacquer Works of Koyanagi Tanekuni @ Brunei Gallery, SOAS
The artist’s first exhibition outside Japan of Lacquer works by the contemporary craftsman Koyanagi Tanekuni in the Brunei Gallery, SOAS. There will be a Study Day on lacquer with specialist lectures, workshop, and gallery talks[...]
Hyper Japan @ Olympia, London
Hyper Japan @ Olympia, London
Jul 12 all-day
Hyper Japan @ Olympia, London
HYPER JAPAN 2019 will bring the best of Japan to London, celebrating J-culture with traditional and contemporary exhibitors and performances, food and drink, and unique shopping opportunities.
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12:00 am Everything Comes in Waves by Kentaro Yamada @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Everything Comes in Waves by Kentaro Yamada @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Jul 12 @ 12:00 am – Jul 13 @ 12:00 am
Everything Comes in Waves by Kentaro Yamada @ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is delighted to introduce the London-based Japanese artist Kentaro Yamada to the UK public. Everything comes in waves is his first solo exhibition in London. Yamada is interested in the encounter[...]
8:45 pm One Cut of the Dead film screening w/lead actress Q&A @ Prince Charles Cinema
One Cut of the Dead film screening w/lead actress Q&A @ Prince Charles Cinema
Jul 12 @ 8:45 pm
One Cut of the Dead film screening w/lead actress Q&A @ Prince Charles Cinema
HARUMI SHUHAMA the “POM” star of ONE CUT OF THE DEAD, will be in attendance for a one-off screening plus after-talk at the Prince Charles Cinema on Friday, July 12th ———————- The film opens in[...]