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Free film screening “Remembrance of the Tohoku Earthquake” Nov 13 at Chinese Theatre

Remeberance of Tohoku Tokyo Fire Department

Nov 13 (Sunday) 1:40 pm Mann Chinese 6 Theatres at Hollywood and Highland Center Theatre 2 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028 Free film screening “Remembrance of the Tohoku Earthquake –Our Gratitude for Bonds of Friendship of the World” Director: Hiroshi Nakashima Documentary / 52 min / 2011 / Japan This documentary on the...
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Martial arts festival at Redondo Beach Performing Arts, Nov 05

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Saturday, November 5, 2011,   12:00PM Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center 1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Tickets: VIP $30, Orchestra $15, Terrace $10 All American Tickets (888) 507-3287 www.allamerican-tkt.com www.mafest.org The United States Martial Arts Festival was designed to introduce worldwide martial arts to people in the very diverse community of the...
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Yamada Yoji’s samurai film “Love and Honor” screening and discussion at UCLA, Feb 4, 7:00PM

Yamada Yoji’s samurai film “Love and Honor” screening and discussion at UCLA, Feb 4, 7:00PM

The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles and UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies present a screening of Love and Honor (Bushi no ichibun; 2006) directed by the legendary Yamada Yoji and starring uber-celeb Kimutaku (Kimura Takuya) on Friday, February 4, at 7:00 pm at the James Bridges Theater in UCLA’s Melnitz Hall (1409 Melnitz, Los Angeles,...
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“World Heritage in Japan” photo exhibit at Little Tokyo, Nov 6-Dec 5

“World Heritage in Japan” photo exhibit at Little Tokyo, Nov 6-Dec 5

  Nachi-taisha Shrine and Nachi no Otaki Fall in Wakayama by Kazuyoshi Miyoshi. (Courtesy The Japan Foundation) The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center presents World Heritage in Japan photographic exhibit from Nov 6 – Dec 5 at the JACCC’s Doizaki Gallery. Admission free. Gallery closed Mondays. Heritage is our legacy from the past,...
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Workshop for traditional Japanese printmaking Ukiyo-e, Nov 21, 1-3PM

Workshop for traditional Japanese printmaking Ukiyo-e, Nov 21, 1-3PM

Cultural News, 2010 November Issue The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center presents this season’s first On the Veranda Lecture Series, Traditional Japanese Printmaking “Ukiyo-e” on Sunday, Nov. 21, from 1-3pm in the JACCC Garden Room. Two master printers from the Adachi Institute in Tokyo, Japan will conduct a woodblock print workshop, recreating the...
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Culture Center in Little Tokyo to showcase Japanese tradition, Aug 21-22

Culture Center in Little Tokyo to showcase Japanese tradition, Aug 21-22

As part of the 70th Annual Nisei Week celebration, the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center hosts cultural exhibits on August 21-22. Exhibition Hours: 10 am – 5 pm Free Admission Japanese American Cultural and Community Center 244 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 628-2725  www.jaccc.org 1st Floor Bonsai: Nampu-kai: George...
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Japan Foundation Fireside Colloquium Series: Folding Fan and Urushi-lacquer Work, Aug 4

Japan Foundation Fireside Colloquium Series: Folding Fan and Urushi-lacquer Work, Aug 4

Fireside Colloquium Series Japanese Folding Fan and its Applied Urushi-lacquer Work The history and art of fan making with video presentation and lecture Lecturer: Mr. Kanji Ishizumi Date: Wednesday, August 4, 2010, 2:00PM Place: The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles Conference Room 333 South Grand Ave, Suite 2250, Los Angeles, CA 90071 (22nd floor of...
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Exhibition of contemporary Japanese art dubbed as “Micropop,” June 12 – July 18

Exhibition of contemporary Japanese art dubbed as “Micropop,” June 12  – July 18

On July 8, Doizaki Gallery opens till 7PM The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles and Japanese American Cultural and Community Center in Los Angeles are presenting “Winter Garden: The Exploration of the Micropop Imagination in Contemporary Japanese Art” at JACCC’s Doizaki Gallery from June 12 through July 18. Admission Free Renowned art critic Midori Matsui...
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Three instructors from Japan to explain “Furoshiki” wrapping textiles, July 8

Three instructors from Japan to explain “Furoshiki” wrapping textiles, July 8

The Japan Foundation and local cultural and governmental agencies will present a lecture and workshop about “Furoshiki” wrapping textiles with three instructors from Japan in July at Los Angeles, Denver, and Portland, Oregon. Furoshiki is a square piece of cloth used for various purposes such as wrapping and carrying items of different shapes and...
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