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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。
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January 16 -




Gallery is closed
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Exhibitions

Decembe13 - January 19
Tue - Sat 11 AM - 6 PM


 
Riusuke Fukahori: Goldfish Blossoms
Joshua Liner Gallery
540 West 28th St. New York
Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present Riusuke Fukahori’s third and largest solo exhibition with the gallery, Goldfish Blossoms. The exhibition highlights Fukahori’s signature acrylic and resin paintings of goldfish swimming inside Japanese household objects and handmade vessels in both perfect realism and abstracted ways.

image: Riusuke Fukahori, Hanaoke, 2018, Wood sushi oke, epoxy resin, acrylic, 9 1/4 x 17 1/2 in diameter
Admission:Free
WEB:http://joshualinergallery.com/

Jan 8 - Feb 16


 
Winter Group Shows
大西プロジェクト冬季グループ展
Onishi Gallery
521 W 26th Street, New York
Onishi Project is pleased to announce our winter group shows. The group show part I features 2 artists, Essa Neima and Keiko Imaizumi; part II features 4 artists, Caroline Pyle, Susan Kadish, Maria Kastan and Bianna Kim; part III features 3 artists, Natsuyo Takahashi, Ai Suzuki and Shoichi Omura.
大西プロジェクトの冬季グループ展では、3部に分けて9人の国際アーティストの作品を紹介します。日本人作家は、東京都出身の今泉慶子、京都府出身の大村正一、埼玉県出身の高橋夏代、愛知県出身の鈴木愛の4人。ニューヨークの美術評論家による批評会やコレクターとのディスカッションにより、国際アート市場での作家活動のあり方を学ぶこともプログラムの一環です。
image: Shoichi Omura, "JOY," 2018, ink, water color on Japanese paper, 39 x 43 inches
Admission:Free
WEB:onishiproject.com/
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   Music

March 2
2 PM-


 
Duo YUMENO Tenth Anniversary Recital
デュオ夢乃10周年記念リサイタル
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
881 7th Ave, New York
Duo YUMENO—koto and shamisen player Yoko Reikano Kimura and cellist Hikaru Tamaki—celebrates its tenth anniversary in a concert featuring the world premiere performance of a commissioned work by Toshi Ichiyanagi. The concert will also feature works by Daron Hagen and Marty Regan. Japanese shamisen player, Shōho Mutoh will join Kimura in the classic Japanese masterpiece, Shin-sarashi.
デュオ夢乃(木村伶香能:箏・三味線、玉木光:チェロ)の活動10周年を記念するリサイタル。一柳慧氏による新作の世界初演から古典作品までを含む多彩なプログラム。司会に伊藤玲阿奈氏、日本からは武藤祥圃氏(三弦)がゲスト出演。
image: Photo by John Broughton
Admission:General admission $40, Students $20
WEB:www.carnegiehall.org/


 
Kodo One Earth Tour 2019: Evolution
鼓童ワン・アース・ツアー2019: Evolution
Quick Center at Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut / コネチカット州 フェアフィールド
March 8: 8:00 pm / March 9: 2:00 pm
WEB:quickcenter.fairfield.edu
Inquiries: Quick Center Box Office (203)254-4010
 
Kimmel Center for the Arts Verizon Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / ペンシルバニア州、フィラデルフィア
Mar 12: 7:30pm
WEB:www.kimmelcenter.org/
Inquiries: Kimmel Center Box Office (215) 893-1999
 
Williams Center for the Arts at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania / ペンシルバニア州 イーストン
Mar 13: 8:00 pm
WEB:williamscenter.lafayette.edu/
Inquiries: Williams Center for the Arts Lafayette College Box Office (610)330-5009
 
Mayo Center for the Performing Arts, Morristown, New Jersey / ニュージャージー州 モリスタウン
March 14: 7:30 pm
WEB:williamscenter.lafayette.edu/
Inquiries: Mayo Center for the Performing Arts Box Office (973)539-8008
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   Lectures

January 23
12pm - 2pm


 
What do the People Say? Public Opinion on the U.S. & Japan
Japan Society
333 E 47th St, New
Media outlets are headlining America’s steady growth, decline in unemployment and low inflation, while on the other side of the world Japan’s economy continues its long-term recovery. Yet despite the economic upswing, recent survey findings by Pew Research Center show mixed public sentiment over each respective country’s economies and government. Bruce Stokes, Dir. of Global Economic Attitudes shares his findings on global attitudes and trends on Japan and the United States.
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Admission:$15-65
How to buy tickets:Please purchase admission online through our website, or call/email us at 212-715-1208/register@japansociety.org
WEB:www.japansociety.org/
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   Others

January 20
11 am - 12:30 pm


 
"箏 Koto" Japanese Music Lecture and Performance by Masayo Ishigure
Setsugekka East Village
74 East 7th Street, New York
Masayo Ishigure will give a lecture on koto and perform koto. During the lecture, Masayo will offer some of participants to play koto! Please join us. Masayo Ishigure began playing the koto and jiuta shamisen at the age of five in Gifu, Japan. Ms. Ishigure moved to New York City in 1992 and has performed at numerous prestigious places.
ニューヨークを拠点に活動する箏・三味線奏者の石榑(いしぐれ)雅代さんによるお箏のレクチャーと演奏会が1月20日にイーストビレッジの雪月華で開催される。希望者は直接楽器に触れることができるレクチャーの後、箏の演奏を身近で聴くことができる非常に貴重な機会となる。抹茶と干菓子付き。
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Admission:$45
How to buy tickets:www.setsugekkany.com/
WEB:www.setsugekkany.com


 
Japan Society Talk+
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
January 24, 6:30 PM
Precious Papers: Transforming Origami into Jewelry

Take origami to the next level by transforming your paper creations into beautiful jewelry. At this workshop, paper jewelry designer Jewel Kawataki of PaperCraneHeart will demonstrate folding techniques to create a variety of origami shapes and teach how to turn your designs into one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces.
Tickets:$47/$42 members, seniors & students All materials included.

January 31, 6:30 PM
Inside Out/Outside In: Second Nature in Japanese Architecture

In our climate-shifting world, the traditional Japanese notion of mediating between interior and exterior has re-emerged as an essential concern for contemporary architects. Rome Prize-winning architects Rachely Rotem and Phu Hoang, of architectural firm MODU, explore this dynamic in their own weather-centric projects. At this talk, they will reveal their discoveries, from their own first-hand experience of climate change. Followed by a reception.
$15/$12 members, seniors & students
 
February 12, 6:30 PM
Aroma Space Design: The World of Japanese Scents

The elevation of scent to an art form has a long history in Japan, going back to the classical Japanese art of kodo, the incense ceremony. At this talk, Megumi Futatsu, aroma space designer at At Aroma, explores the traditional scents of Japan and their uses, how aromatherapy and interior design can work together, and how to select the right scent for you. Followed by a scent-sampling reception.
Tickets:$15/$12 members, seniors & students

February 21, 6:30 PM
More Than Words: Haiku's Expressive Potential

Haiku: in just 17 syllables, this classic form of Japanese verse captures the essence of a moment. At this talk, Hiroaki Sato, author of On Haiku and former president of the Haiku Society of America, unveils the surprising role haiku has played in social upheavals, religion, humor and more, and examines its boundless potential for literary expression in English. Followed by a book-signing reception.
Tickets:$15/$12 members, seniors & students
 


 
Japan Society Education Events
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
January 27, 2019 1-4 PM
New Year's Celebration: Oshogatsu

Celebrate the New Year Japanese-style with our Oshogatsu event filled with the traditional activities of rice pounding, calligraphy, lion dancing and more! After trying your hand at different crafts and activities, watch a taiko drumming performance at 1:30 or 2:30 pm, then join a brief post-performance audience practice session. With activities for the whole family, you are sure to ring in the New Year with great joy!
$18/$10 Japan Society & corporate members; ages 2 & under free; Cool Culture Members free. (price includes festival and one taiko drumming session at 1:30 or 2:30 PM)
 
February 10, 1-2 PM
Bean Throwing (Setsubun)

Join in one of the favorite traditions of Japanese kids — welcome spring by scaring away ogres by throwing soybeans at them! Dress your parents up like ogres, then practice some ogre moves and dances before the bean-throwing begins.
Tickets:$15/$8 members; children ages 2 or under free. Free for Cool Culture Members.
 
February 10, 2:30-4 PM
Bonsai

Create (and take home) your own bonsai tree!
Tickets:$15/$8 members; children ages 2 or under free. Free for Cool Culture Members.
 


 
Ikebana International Events
February 6, 2019 at 11:30 am
An Exercise in Japanese Calligraphy& Mini Flower Show

JAA
49 W. 45th St., 11th FL NY
Japanese Art event with Ikebana
 
April 3, 2019
Ikebana Demonstration by Ikenobo - Yuri Ishizuka

JAA
49 W. 45th St., 11th FL NY
Ikebana demonstration by Ikenobo school

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