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Lecture Note: Kadomatsu – New Year’s Decoration by Youkou Kitajima

Nibei Japan Study Club Kadomatsu Youkou Kitajima

The Nibei Foundation – Japan Study Club 11570 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064 February 15, 2011 Youkou Kitajima is a First Degree Instructor on the Board of the Sogetsu School of Ikebana (flower arranging) in Japan.  He is known for his most dynamic and beautiful arrangements based on the Japanese traditional style...
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Nibei – Japan Study Club to present “Kadomatsu” lecture and assembly demonstration, Feb 15

Nibei – Japan Study Club to present “Kadomatsu” lecture and assembly demonstration, Feb 15

Nibei Foundation – Japan Study Club’s Dinner/Lecture Series will feature “Kadomatsu: Japanese New Year’s Decoration – Tradition and Variation” on Tuesday, February 15 at 7:30 pm at the Terasaki Foundation Laboratory Building, 11570 Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064 Ikebana instructor Youkou Kitajima of the Sogetsu School will lecture, present assembly demonstration, and provide...
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Lecture: Eastward Movement of Buddhism in mid-1950s, Dr. Wako Kato, Jan 11, 7:30PM

Lecture: Eastward Movement of Buddhism in mid-1950s, Dr. Wako Kato, Jan 11, 7:30PM

In January’s Japan Study Club at the Nibei Foundation in West Los Angeles, Zen priest and philosophy scholar Dr. Wako Kao will lecture on “Eastward Movement of Buddhism in mid-1950s” on Tuesday, January 11 at 7:30 pm. The Nibei Foundation Japan Study Club’s Dinner/Lecture Series Tuesday, January 11 Reception and dinner at 6:30 pm...
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Lecture – Japanese Sword: A Symbol of Japan, Oct 12

Lecture – Japanese Sword: A Symbol of Japan, Oct 12

Nibei Foundation / Japan Study Club Lecture Series October 12 (Tuesday), 6:30 PM Subject: The Japanese Sword: A Symbol of Japan It is an overview of the sword from its mythical origins, the transition from straight to curved swords, and its spiritual significance to the Japanese. Speakers: Paul Martin, Japanese sword specialist www.thejapanesesword.com Paul...
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Lecture Note – Hiroshige: Master of the Printed Landscape -Meher McArthur, Asian art cutator, July 27, 2010

Lecture Note – Hiroshige:  Master of the Printed Landscape -Meher McArthur, Asian art cutator,  July 27, 2010

Nibei Foundation / Japan Study Club Ms. Meher McArthur, Asian art curator, author and educator, gave a most interesting and informative lecture on the famous Japanese ukiyoe block print artist Utagawa Hiroshige. She was born in Bombay, India, and grew up in Scotland, Canada and England.  She studied Japanese at Cambridge University, lived two...
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Lecture – Hiroshige: Master of the Printed Landscape, July 27

Lecture – Hiroshige: Master of the Printed Landscape, July 27

Nibei Foundation/Japan Study Club, July Lecture July 27 (Tuesday), 6:30PM Hiroshige: Master of the Printed Landscape By Meher McArthur, freelance Asian art curator, author and educator Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) is best known for his woodblock prints depicting spots of great beauty and interest throughout Japan. A painter and designer of considerable skill,...
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Lecture Note: Psychoanalytic Approach of Studying Meiji Leadership – Dr. Gordon Berger, Professor Emeritus of USC, June 29, 2010

Lecture Note: Psychoanalytic Approach of Studying Meiji Leadership – Dr. Gordon Berger, Professor Emeritus of USC, June 29, 2010

Nibei Foundation / Japan Study Club Dr. Gordon Berger is a Professor Emeritus of Japanese History from the University of Southern California. He received his M.A. in East Asian Studies and a PhD in Japanese history from Yale University. He later received another PhD from the Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute in Beverly Hills where...
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Nibei Foundation – Japan Study Club >> Psychoanalytic Approach of Studying Meiji Leadership by Dr. Gordon Berger, June 29

Nibei Foundation – Japan Study Club >> Psychoanalytic Approach of Studying Meiji Leadership by Dr. Gordon Berger, June 29

Nibei Foundation Japan Study Club June Lecture:  June 29, Dinner at 6:30 pm, Lecture at 7:30 pm Subject: Foreign Minister Mutsu Munemitsu: Psychoanalytic Approach of Studying Meiji Leadership Speaker: Dr. Gordon Berger, Professor Emeritus of Japanese History at the University of Southern California (USC) Place: Terasaki Foundation Laboratory Building 11570 Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles,...
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Lecture Note: The Art of Akira Kurosawa: An Appreciation — Prof. James Goodwin of UCLA, May 18, 2010

Lecture Note: The Art of Akira Kurosawa:  An Appreciation — Prof. James Goodwin of UCLA,  May 18, 2010

Nibei Foundation Japan Study Club Dr. James Goodwin, who received a PhD from Rutgers University, is a professor of English at UCLA where he teaches in the areas of modern drama, film, and American literature.  His books include Eisenstein, Cinema, and History (1993) and Akira Kurosawa and Intertextual Cinema (1993). Prof. Goodwin presented his...
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