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This page highlights Japan-related events in New York region.
If you wish to post your organization's Japan-U.S. related events on our website,
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このページはNY周辺で行われる日本関連イベントを紹介するものです。
各イベントは日本総領事館が後援しているものとは限りません。詳細は各団体に直接お問い合わせください。
イベント掲載依頼は申込書をお送りください。
 

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Japan Information Center Gallery

July 2 - 27
 
 
 

Tanabata
七夕
 
 


Tanabata is observed on the evening of July 7th. Children and adults write their wishes on tanzaku (narrow strips of colored paper) and hang them, along with other paper ornaments, on bamboo branches placed in the backyards or entrances of their homes. Join us to learn about Tanabata, write Tanzaku to make a wish, enjoy Kamishibai (story) and try on Yukata at the Japan Information Center.
 
毎年、7月7日の七夕には、大人も子供も短冊に願い事を書き、その他の様々な飾りと一緒に笹に吊るして成就を願います。広報センターギャラリーに置きましても、笹を設置。短冊を用意しております。七夕の由来、ひとつひとつの飾りの意味、紙芝芝居や浴衣のトライオンを通して、ひととき、日本の文化を体験してみませんか?
 
Japan Information Center Gallery, Consulate General of Japan in New York
299 Park Avenue, 18th Floor, NYC
9:30AM - 4:00PM (closed Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)
Admission:Free * Photo ID required / 無料 *入館にはphoto IDをお持ちください
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   Performing Arts & Films

July 20 - 26
11.50am/2.20pm/6.45pm/9.15pm
 


 
The Third Murder
Quad Cinema
34 W. 13th Street, New York
This riveting legal drama is an intricate and surprising change of pace from acclaimed Japanese director and recent Palme d’Or winner Hirokazu Kore-eda (Still Walking, Shoplifters). A jaded defense attorney (Masaharu Fukuyama) reluctantly takes on the case of a factory worker and former convict who pleads guilty to the murder of his employer—and finds himself in deep water when the client’s story keeps changing. Is this man devising a sinister cover-up or simply losing his mind?
 
image: The Third Murder - a film by Hirokazu Kore-eda.
Admission:Adults $16, Seniors/Students $13
WEB:quadcinema.com/
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Exhibitions

May 31 – August 26
Thu–Saturday:11am-4pm
Sunday:11am - 3pm
 

Odyssey -NIHONGA- by Kae Sato
佐藤可英 オデッセイ 日本画展
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
4881 Broadway, New York
Inwood local artist, Kae Sato, exhibits “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional paintings with nature related theme. In this exhibition titled Odyssey, she explores and celebrates the long history and memories of life of all animals, insects, plants, and atmosphere which surround us. This Exhibition is also a part of "Uptown Arts Stroll 2018" which is a month long art event during of June happens throughout the upper Manhattan area by Northern Manhattan Arts alliance.
マンハッタンのインウッドで活動する佐藤可英による日本画の展覧会。
 
image:"odyssey" Kae Sato 2017
Admission:pay what you can
WEB:dyckmanfarmhouse.org kaesato.com

June 28 - July 25


 
Miniature Edo-style toys from Japan
江戸からの豆おもちゃ展
The Nippon Gallery, Nippon Club 7th Floor
145 West 57th Street, New York
his exhibition showcases some of the finest examples of crafts from the Edo period (1603 – 1868) in Japan. Included in the exhibition are the intricate miniature figures and toys depicting life in Edo, such as hagoita (wooden paddles) with zodiac animals, hanten coats worn by fire-fighters, among others.
江戸っ子の遊び心をくすぐる粋で洒落た江戸趣味小玩具を70点以上展示. 
 
image:Daimyou's Procession トラの大名行列
Admission:Free
WEB:www.nipponclub.org/
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   Others

July 10 -August 7
18:30-20:00


 
 
Special Summer Workshops
The Nippon Club
145 West 57th Street, New York
Looking forward to summer? Join us for our Special Summer Workshops!
There will be 3 different workshops from introductory (A1) to elementary (A2) levels. All workshops consist of 3 sessions.
1. Let’s make friends in Japanese! (A1) 3 consecutive Tuesdays (7/10, 7/17, 7/24)
2. Let’s hang out in Japanese! (A2) 7/31(Tue), 8/2(Thu), 8/7(Tue)
3. Kanji and Grammar in Context (A2) 3 consecutive Thursdays (7/12, 7/19, 7/26)
Admission:$50(3-session workshop);materials included
Register:.To RSVP, please email the following information to jpcourse@jfny.org.
Name / Phone number / Email address / Japanese language proficiency leve / Specify the workshop(s) you would like to attend
Cash or check only
WEB:www.jfny.org/


 
During our July 25th meeting, special guest Noriko Furuhata (4th degree black belt) will demonstrate the embodiment of the spirit of Japanese martial arts with the highest standards of propriety.
Japan Society Language Center
Japan Society
333 E. 47th Street New York
July 25 6:00 PM - 7:30 pm
Nihongo Chat

With RSVP:$5 for non-students Without RSVP: $10
Join Japanese-language students and native Japanese speakers at this informal gathering to practice Japanese and English! Anyone with some Japanese and English language experience is welcome to attend.
日本人の方、英語を勉強中の方、ふるってご参加ください!日本に興味のある人たちや日本語を勉強中の人たちと楽しく会話をしましょう。
 
 
August 3 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
A Crash Course for Travelers to Japan

With RSVP:$5 for non-students Without RSVP: $10
This crash course for travelers offers a quick introduction to the Japanese language as well as Japanese customs, which can be very helpful for first-time or even veteran travelers to Japan. Through our mini-workshop, you will be introduced to basic Japanese phrases for greeting, ordering food, shopping and other aspects of daily life. Get more out of your Japanese adventure with this useful preparatory course!
 

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