Classical Concert + Japanese Dance

An enchanting evening with music and dance. Featuring reknowned musicians Fumi Otsuki(violin), Ai Sakabayashi (vox) & Wezi Elliott (lute), Ayaka Yanase (p) and The Honjo Sisters (violin). Plus traditional Japanese dance by Akemi Solloway. Thursday 6th September 2012 Doors : 6:10, … Read More

Aid For Japan at London Mela Festival

Now an established highlight in the capital’s cultural calendar, the London Mela is an artistically led celebration of Asian culture and creativity, inspired by South Asia and the Diaspora. Aid For Japan will have a presence at the festival this … Read More

Aid For Japan finds success at AmeCon

AmeCon is the UK’s largest residential convention dedicated to the celebration of Japanese Animation and Comics and took place over the weekend of 10th-12th August 2012. Every year, AmeCon supports a charity and they have generously chosen Aid For Japan … Read More

Japanese Cultural Afternoon for Tsunami Orphans

Saturday 4th August 2012 A charity event featuring talks, Kimono and Tea Ceremony presentations, piano performances, traditional Japanese dance, Origami, Calligraphy and much more. “Ball Room” 1st Floor 43 Lancaster Gate London W2 3NA This event is designed to raise … Read More

Classical Concert + Japanese Dance

An enchanting evening with music and dance. Thursday 6th September 2012 Doors : 6:10, Start : 6:30 Lumen Church & Cafe 88 Tavistock Place London, WC1H 9RS Tel:020 7833 1080 The nearest tubes : Kings Cross St Pancras and … Read More

Jazz + Japan

Fundraising for Japanese orphans from Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami An evening of Japanese influenced jazz music and straight ahead standards Thursday 30th August 2012 Doors: 7pm, Start: 7:30pm Jazz On The Hill 214-216 Railton Road London, SE24 0JT Tel: 0207 … Read More

Japan Matsuri Festival

Japan Matsuri Festival – 18 September 2011 at London County Hall Thank you for your help: Sumika, Yusuke, Yosuke, Daniel, Kinberley, Yuko, Jessie.

Debut Bunkasai Club Meet-up

Thanks so much for coming! With a mix of interesting anecdotes, some film and anime discussion, a bizarre English pronunciation lesson and a lot of good will all around, the Bunkasai Club got off to a pretty good – if … Read More

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