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    • Where they Create: Japan
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      Where they Create: Japan

      Tuesday, February 7, 6:30 PM

      Peek into the inner sanctums of some of Japan’s leading creative minds—from all-star architects like Toyo Ito and Tadao Ando to visionary design studio Nendo and internationally acclaimed artist Mariko Mori—with globe-trotting photographer Paul Barbera. Start Video
    • Chef Mikuni: Umami and Other Japanese Culinary Secrets
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      Chef Mikuni: Umami and Other Japanese Culinary Secrets

      Monday, January 30, 6:30 PM

      Celebrated restauranteur Kiyomi Mikuni, one of the top French chefs in Japan, joins us at Japan Society to discuss how to incorporate unique Japanese culinary concepts into our own eating habits and daily life. Followed by a tasting reception. Start Video
    • WHIPLASH-How to Survive Our Faster Future
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      WHIPLASH-How to Survive Our Faster Future

      Wednesday, December 14, 2:30 PM

      In this program, Joi Ito, Director of the MIT Media Lab, will talk about how the MIT Media Lab helps over 80 companies navigate and thrive in this new environment and the common principles of innovation that guide us. Start Video
    • Spirited Journey: Transformation of a 220 Year-Old 'Start-Up'
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      Spirited Journey: Transformation of a 220 Year-Old 'Start-Up'

      Thursday, November 10, 12 PM

      Matt Shattock, Chairman and CEO of Beam Suntory Inc., discusses how this company with centuries old roots has evolved into a global leader with the energy and ambition of a start-up.  Mr. Shattock shares the keys to the new company’s successful integration and the business’s strategy to outperform its market.    Start Video
    • Distilled, Not Brewed: Discovering Shochu
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      Distilled, Not Brewed: Discovering Shochu

      Wednesday, November 9, 6:30 PM

      Discover shochu, Japan’s other indigenous alcoholic beverage. This talk, by Shinichiro Watanabe, will also feature a short musical performance incorporating the ethereal sound of shochu fermentation, composed by Mamoru Fujieda. Followed by a tasting reception featuring 22 varieties of shochu. Start Video
    • Where's the Beef: <em>Wagyu</em> Fact & Fiction
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      Where's the Beef: Wagyu Fact & Fiction

      Wednesday, October 19, 6:30 PM

      At this special event, learn more about Japanese wagyu beef with Yale agrarian studies professor Dr. Daniel Botsman, watch an on-stage cooking demonstration and enjoy a tasting reception featuring wagyu beef imported from Japan. Followed by a tasting reception. Start Video
    • IBM Watson: The Power of Artificial Intelligence
      BUSINESS & POLICY

      IBM Watson: The Power of Artificial Intelligence

      Tuesday, October 18, 6 PM

      In this program, Arvind Krishna, who leads the research behind Watson’s cognitive capabilities, examines the future of artificial intelligence and Watson’s implications on industries, professions and society. Start Video
    • Peace through Floral Expression Talk & Demonstration: Sen'ei Ikenobo
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      Peace through Floral Expression Talk & Demonstration: Sen'ei Ikenobo

      Saturday, October 15, 2 PM

      Sen'ei Ikenobo, 45th Headmaster of Ikenobo ikebana, makes a rare New York appearance for a talk and on-stage flower arranging demonstration. The program also includes an overview of ikebana by Addie Sels of Ikenobo Ikebana Society New York City Chapter, and a formal reishiki-ike ceremony performed by Ikenobo masters. Followed by a reception.
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    • Mind of the <em>Mangaka:</em> Yusei Matsui, Creator of <em>Assassination Classroom</em>
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      Mind of the Mangaka: Yusei Matsui, Creator of Assassination Classroom

      Thursday, October 6, 6:30 PM

      Mangaka Yusei Matsui, author of the wildly popular Assassination Classroom, joins us at Japan Society for an intimate conversation in conjunction with New York Comic Con, a rare opportunity to see the manga master in person.  Start Video
    • The Next Big Revolution: Internet of Things
      BUSINESS & POLICY

      The Next Big Revolution: Internet of Things

      Thursday, September 29, 6 PM

      This program examines IoT (Internet of Things, a concept that describes everyday objects having network connectivity) in the United States and Japan, particularly the latest IoT innovations and application of IoT in business to increase profitability and improve efficiency. The speakers also discuss IoT’s role in addressing the aging society in Japan. Lastly, the program explores the challenges and uncertainties associated with IoT. Start Video

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