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01/17/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Our free trial Japanese lessons this week are all full! Details below on getting on the waitlist, and spring classes start the week of January 30! Register here:: [ Japansociety.org Link ] Japan Society Language Center offers 13 levels of Japanese, from beginning to advanced, with an emphasis on conversation, listening, reading and writing. In addition also offering to Kanji/JLPT courses and...
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Free Trial Japanese Lesson

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"Japan knows the horror of war and has suffered as no other nation under the cloud of nuclear disaster. Certainly Japan can stand strong for a world of peace." -- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Why MLK Day is a Big Deal in Hiroshima

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01/13/2017 at 19:50. Facebook
Final weekend of SIMON STARLING: AT TWILIGHT! Mingle among noh-inspired creations tonight with drinks, treats and complimentary admission 6-9 pm, or stop by Sat. or Sun. 11-5. More info here and reviews in the comments. [ Japansociety.org Link ]
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01/13/2017 at 03:18. Facebook
Some behind-the-scenes photos from NY1's visit to learn about our Oshogatsu New Year's family fest taking place Sunday January 29! Part of Celebrasia NYC: New Year Festivities for Families. [ Japansociety.org Link ] Segment airs this weekend!
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01/11/2017 at 23:54. Facebook
"Ambassador Kennedy, who will depart Japan next Wednesday after three years here, sought to convey to women across the country a quiet message of empowerment."

Caroline Kennedy, an Ambassador Whose Role Transcended the Embassy

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01/11/2017 at 16:27. Facebook
There are three main levels of politeness used in Japanese language: Casual (friends, family); Polite (colleagues, acquaintances, strangers); and Respectful (boss, guests, teachers, customers). Learn more in the video below and check out upcoming free trial classes and the spring 2017 course schedule here: [ Japansociety.org Link ] Classes begin week of January 30!

Uki Uki Japanese Lesson 2 - Politeness Levels

Welcome to Uki Uki NihonGO + Culture! http://www.japansociety.org/ In today's lesson we discuss a topic very important in Japanese language, levels of speech...

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01/11/2017 at 00:10. Facebook
This international co-production from director Nagisa Oshima features a magnetic David Bowie as a rebellious British officer imprisoned in a Japanese POW camp during World War II who draws the intense fascination of the camp's conflicted commandant, played by composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. Also featurin...

Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence

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01/10/2017 at 15:28. Facebook
Our final 'Escape East' evening soiree is Friday Jan. 13 celebrating the closing weekend of SIMON STARLING: AT TWILIGHT! Enjoy drinks, treats and complimentary admission 6-9 pm, and mingle among Starling's critically acclaimed, noh-inspired creations, as well as authentic noh masks, contemporary sculpture and beautiful classical woodblock prints.

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Peek into the inner sanctums of some of Japan’s leading creative minds with globe-trotting photographer Paul Barbera!

Where They Create: Japan

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Nagisa Oshima's unforgettable WWII drama MERRY CHRISTMAS, MR. LAWRENCE screens in memory of the late David Bowie on January 13 [ Japansociety.org Link ]
This weekend we're presenting some of the best new dance from Japan, Taiwan and Korea in our semi annual contemporary dance showcase! Takes place Friday and Saturday, Jan. 6 and 7.at 7:30 pm: [ Japansociety.org Link ]
Japanese noh theater has been compared to the greatest Greek tragedies for their evocative poetry and emotional intensity. This Thursday artist and performance pioneer Joan Jonas examines the 1917 book that introduced noh to the world. Part of our SIMON STARLING: AT TWILIGHT exhibit closing Jan. 15!

'The Classic Noh Theatre of Japan' with Joan Jonas | Jan. 5 @ 6:30 pm

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From the lithe and lilting to the fluid and fantastic, our Contemporary Dance Showcase Jan. 6 & 7 features some of the best new dance from Japan, Korea and Taiwan presented for the first time in the U.S.! Teaser video below and more info here: [ Japansociety.org Link ]

17th Contemporary Dance Showcase: Japan + East Asia

17th Contemporary Dance Showcase: Japan + East Asia http://www.japansociety.org/event/17th-contemporary-dance-showcase-japan-east-asia The 17th installment o...

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Only two more weeks to see AT TWILIGHT, which The New York Times calls "a forking meditation — featuring both [Simon Starling's] own art and significant historical loans — on modernism’s cross-cultural power and contemporary resonance"! Open Tuesday through Sundays until January 15.

REVIEW - Simon Starling: Modernism Gazing Into the Past

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Happy New Year! We hope you completed your ōsōji end of the year ritual cleaning with plenty of time left to spend with family and friends. Join us Jan. 29 for our annual Oshogatsu New Year's celebration, part of Celebrasia NYC: New Year Festivities for Families!

Celebrasia - New Year Festivities for Families

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Help ring in the New Year by making ‘nengajo’ -- traditional Japanese New Year's greetings cards to share messages of thanks, well wishes and drawings with friends and family! [ Gaijinpot.com Link ]

Nengajo: How to send a Japanese New Years Postcard

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Two major related events during the final weeks of SIMON STARLING: AT TWILIGHT: acclaimed multimedia artist Joan Jonas hosts a book club discussion about the influences of THE CLASSIC NOH THEATRE OF JAPAN (1917), and our final ‘Escape East’ soiree takes place Jan. 13. Gallery open until 9:00 today Dec. 30 (free 6-9!), and we are closed Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 for the New Year.

The Classic Noh Theatre of Japan with Joan Jonas

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Japanese Prime Minister Abe offers 'everlasting condolences' to U.S. service members killed at Pearl Harbor.

Japanese Leader Offers Condolences in Visit to Pearl Harbor

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Itsumo arigatou gozaimasu! Thank you everyone for your support in 2016, from attendance at our performances, exhibitions, talks, workshops, language classes and family events, to your generous contributions to our programs and initiatives. As we approach 2017 (Year of the Rooster!), we hope you will consider a year-end gift that will help us:

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