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    • Free Trial Japanese Lesson

      Free Trial Japanese Lesson

      Wednesday, June 29, 12 PM
      Wednesday, July 6, 6:30 PM

      Have you always wanted to learn Japanese, but were unsure where to start? Come for a Free Trial Japanese Lesson, taught by the Toyota Language Center’s Director, Tomoyo Kamimura. This lesson is structured for complete beginners of Japanese language learning.
    • Tom Sachs' NODATE Tea Ceremony

      Tom Sachs' NODATE Tea Ceremony

      Friday, July 8, 6:30 PM

      Join artist Tom Sachs and special guests for a demonstration of the artist's thoroughly contemporary take on nodate, Japan's open-air tea ceremony.
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    • Tanabata: Japan's Star Festival

      Tanabata: Japan's Star Festival

      Sunday, July 10, 2 PM

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    • Nihongo Chat | 日本語と英語の語学交換会

      Nihongo Chat | 日本語と英語の語学交換会

      Tuesday, July 12, 6 PM

      Join Japanese-language students and native Japanese speakers at this informal gathering to practice Japanese and English! Anyone with some Japanese and English language experience is welcome to attend.
    • Kanze Noh Theatre: Lecture + Demonstration

      Kanze Noh Theatre: Lecture + Demonstration

      Tuesday, July 12, 6:30 PM

      Japan Society invites Kiyokazu Kanze, 26th Grand Master of the Kanze School and descendent of the founder of noh, for an intimate look into Japan’s centuries-old theatrical tradition. For this rare opportunity, distinguished noh specialist Dr. Elizabeth Oyler joins to talk about noh’s history and unique stylization, and will share various highlights from the plays that will be featured in the Kanze Noh Theatre program at Lincoln Center Festival.
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    • JAPAN CUTS 2016

      JAPAN CUTS 2016

      Thursday, July 14 — Sunday, July 24

    • Mohican Comes Home

      Mohican Comes Home

      Thursday, July 14, 7 PM

      Deadbeat punker Eikichi returns to his hometown in Hiroshima along with his girlfriend Yuka. When his old-school father unexpectedly falls ill, Eikichi and his family do their best to make him happy – with hilarious, heart-warming results.
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    • Bitter Honey

      Bitter Honey

      Friday, July 15, 6:30 PM

      The incredible Fumi Nikaido plays a shape-shifting goldfish that naively plays the role of erotic muse and adoring pet for an aging writer seeking greatness—that is until the ghost of a former lover comes into the picture
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    • Lowlife Love

      Lowlife Love

      Friday, July 15, 8:30 PM

      A relentlessly cynical black comedy that takes a look under the rug of the Japanese film industry, where scheming lowlife producers, filmmakers and actors get by through exploitation and intimidation.
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    • The Magnificent Nine

      The Magnificent Nine

      Saturday, July 16, 12 PM

      Things seem hopeless for the residents of a poor town in 18th century Japan suffering from debt and taxes. That is until an ingenious idea is introduced could turn their fortunes around – at the risk of losing their heads.
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