We are thrilled about the feature of our event Kodomo no Hi in Dagblad Utrecht (Utrecht Newspaper).
At Japan Fans, we are not only passionate about Japanese culture and traditions but also about creating Japan related UGC that inspires and educates others.
Are you learning Ainu online? Then please consider participating in our academic research about this.
Last Friday, instead of our traditional Study Group, we celebrated “Fuyu Fun” – a Japan Fans Winter Gathering. In this blogpost, you’ll find some pictures from this lovely afternoon.
In the heart of the picturesque city of Utrecht, we dream of a vibrant hub of Japanese culture and traditions – a Japanese Cultural Centre that would serve as a beacon for those seeking to learn more about the Land of the Rising Sun.
Budoka in times of COVID is an artistic research into the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on budo training.
Last Sunday, Hortus Overzee organised for the fourteenth time its cultural Japan Day, during which one could immerse oneself in special cultural, culinary and artistic atmospheres in and around the Japanese garden “Meeting of the Streams”. Among other Japan Fans, our board member Marieke was there.
Most of the Japan Fans’ events are in the centre of Utrecht, but last Friday, we had a “mini matsuri” (in Dutch, we call that a “matsurietje”) in Culemborg.