Mukashi Banashi is the title of our mini event, this Sunday, where we will read a Japanese fairytale.
Read more about the Taiko Stairmaster Workshop.
On 16 September, Japanese flute music about birds will be heard in the Dom Church in Utrecht. This concert is supported by the Japan Fans foundation.
An interview with Mika Horie, an artist passionate about Japanese paper and cyanotype printing. She tells about her journey, traditional gampi papermaking, and captivating blend of Western photography with Japanese handcraft.
An Utrecht Haiku Encounter Day? Yup! Behind the scenes, Japan Fans have been working on it for a while: the Haiku Meeting Day with the theme “wabi-sabi together”. Read more about it in this little blog!
Last Friday, the Japan Fans Utrecht hosted two origami workshops at De Wilg, for their summer festival. Here’s a recap of that pleasant afternoon!
K-Pop vs. J-Pop, this blog post explores the vibrant worlds of Korean and Japanese pop music. Join us as we embark on a musical journey!
What are the key differences of Japanese art vs Chinese art? And what influenced them? While both traditions hold immense cultural significance, they possess distinct characteristics that set them apart. A guest blog by Joost.
On Friday afternoon 23 June (after our Japanese classes), the Japan Fans are organising two Origami Workshops at De Wilg.