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Lecture – Japanese Theater by Prof. Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei, Aug 23

Nibei Foundation presents the August Lecture of Japan Study Club on Aug 23 at 6:30 pm atTerasaki Foundation Laboratory Building, 11570 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064. The subject and the speaker are following: Japanese Theater “Gender-Bending Performance” Japan’s All-Female Takarazuka Revue And All-Male Kabuki Theatre By Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei, Professor Emerita, UCLA...
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Lecture Notice: History of Sushi and Kaiseki, July 12

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Nibei Foundation – Japan Studies Club Tuesday, July 12, 2011 History of Sushi and Kaiseki Speaker: Ms. Yoko Issasi, Foodstory http://ifoodstory.com Reception and dinner at 6:30 pm Presentation at 7:30 pm Admission including dinner: $10 per person RSVP required: (310) 479-6101 ext. 134, japanstudies@nibei.org Nibei Foundation at Terasaki Foundation Laboratory Building 11570 W. Olympic...
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Lecture Note:Movie project about “Tokyo Rose” by filmmaker Terry Sanders

The Nibei Foundation – Japan Study Club 11570 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064 June 14, 2011 Terry Sanders, 80-year-old, is a master film maker and a two-time Oscar winner and producer of numerous noted film documentaries.  Among some of his works are documentaries on Marilyn Monroe; Lillian Gish, first lady of the...
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Veteran film maker Terry Sanders to talk about his new project “Tokyo Rose” June 14

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Nibei Foundation’ s Japan Study Club will feature film maker Terry Sanders on Tuesday, June 14, at 6:30 pm as the June speaker at West Los Angeles. June 14, at 6:30 pm Film maker Terry Sanders:  His new film about “Tokyo Rose.” Terry Sanders is an American filmmaker having produced and /or directed more...
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Lecture Note:Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami by Dr. Hitoshi Abe, Mr. Shige Higashi, and Dr. Osamu Fujimura – May 10, 2011

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The Nibei Foundation – Japan Study Club 11570 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064 May 10, 2011 The evening lecture was given by three speakers; Dr. Hitoshi Abe, Mr. Shige Higashi and Dr. Osamu Fujimura. Dr. Hitoshi Abe The first speaker was Dr. Abe, UCLA Director of the Center for Japanese Studies and...
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Japan disaster / Latest reports by scholar, medical doctor and journalist, May 10, 6:30 PM

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In the May lecture of the Japan Study Club at the Nibei Foundation in West Los Angeles, a scholar, a medical doctor and a journalist, who respectively visited the Tohoku areas, will report their firsthand experiences of the disaster aftermath. Report by Prof. Hitoshi Abe UCLA Architecture chair Prof. Hitoshi Abe was born and...
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April Japan Study Club to feature koto musician Yukiko Matsuyama, Apr 5, 6:30PM

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Japan Study Club: Tuesday, April 5, 6:30 PM Koto: Music bridges ears and cultures Lecture by Yukiko Matsuyama, contributed koto musician to the Grammy Awarded “Miho: Journey to the Mountain” album The April Japan Study Club on April 5 will feature Ms. Yukiko Matsuyama, Los Angeles-based koto artist. On Feb 13, Ms. Matsuyama appeared...
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Author and illustrator of Japanese folktale books to lecture, March 22

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Cultural News, 2011 March Issue Author and illustrator Sunny Seki of San Gabriel Valley will lecture about “Japanese Folktales through illustrations” on Tuesday, March 22 at 7:30 pm at the Nibei Foundation in West Los Angeles. Japan Study Club at the Nibei Foundation Tuesday, March 22, 6:30 pm, Dinner and reception 7:30 pm, Lecture...
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Lecture Note: Eastward Movement of Buddhism in the Mid-1950s by Dr. Wako Kato, January 11, 2011

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Nibei Foundation Japan Study Club, January 11, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM Dr. Wako Kato is Professor Emeritus of California State University Los Angeles and Professor Emeritus of  Nagoya University of Foreign Studies in Japan. Dr. Kato was born in 1930 in the outskirts of Nagoya, Japan,  in a Zen temple.  This temple was...
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