Join us for an exploration of Japan-related arts activities via text, audio, visual and video content at the following online destinations:
A preview of upcoming Japanese cultural programs across the United States, including music, theater and visual arts offerings in Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles and elsewhere.
Hiromi Uehara’s alchemy of melodic jazz and gritty rock, propulsive electronic music and virtuosic classical piano, has made her a global phenomenon in the world of improvised music. This November, Hiromi brings her music to four cities in the United States for a run of shows with virtuosic Colombian harpist Edmar Castaneda.
New York's Japan Society encourages cultural exchange and understanding between Japan and the United States through a series of performances, lectures, film screenings and exhibitions.
Across the United States, a variety of August and September festivals celebrate Japanese culture and traditions. If you’re intrigued by Japanese art, cuisine, dance, music, traditional ceremonies or animation, you’ll find much to enjoy at these festive events, which span the map from Philadelphia to Honolulu.