Saturday, September 14, 2019 | 10:00 am - Sunday, January 19, 2020 | 6:00 pm
Asia Society of Texas Center in Houston, 1370 Southmore Blvd. Houston,
77004United States+ Google Map
OVERVIEW: The Asia Society Texas Center in Houston is celebrating the 30th anniversary of contemporary Japanese kabuki print artist Tsuruya Kōkei's first solo show in America. Through the use of fragile materials, blended with the dynamic images of traditional Japanese Kabuki, Kōkei blends tradition with innovation to create truly unique works. This exhibition features all of his actor prints from 1984-1993, and an opening reception will be held on September 19 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Admission Information: Admission…
Texas Women’s University Department of Visual Art, ART 107 Denton,TexasUnited States+ Google Map
The Department of Visual Art at Texas Women's University would like to invite you to the reception for Dallas artist, Nishiki Sugawara-Beda's exhibition titled Zero at Home, on Thursday, January 16th from 5-7pm. Cost is free and open to the public, the exhibition runs from January 13 to February 7th, 2020.
Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel, 6007 Legacy Drive Plano,
75024United States+ Google Map
Come and celebrate 2020 with the Dallas Japanese Association and their annual Shinnenkai New Year's Celebration at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West on Sunday, January 19th, from 11:00am to 2:30pm. Enjoy free self parking, prizes, and a cello perfomance by Ko Iwasaki!
John G. Tower Center for Political Studies, Carr Collins Hall, Room 227, 3300 University Boulevard Dallas,
75275+ Google Map
Overview: Japan routinely ranks as one of the world’s least religious countries, whereas few as one in ten survey respondents self-identify as having religious faith. It is, therefore, striking to note the apparent influence religions and religion-inspired ideologues exert on Prime Minister Abe Shinzō and his governing coalition. In this talk, McLaughlin will draw on his ongoing ethnographic research on the Association of Shinto Shrines, as well as Shinto-, Buddhism- and otherwise religiously aligned participants within Nippon Kaigi (Japan Conference),…
Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria, 14901 Dallas Parkway Dallas,
75234United States+ Google Map
Summer 2020 will mark the second time Japan hosts the Summer Olympic Games and baseball will return as an Olympic sport, after a 12-year hiatus. Baseball has long been a common language between the U.S. and Japan, and the countries have arguably the world's two most recognizable professional leagues. Baseball is also big business with players like the Los Angeles Angels' Shohei Ohtani influencing multi-million-dollar marketing deals and Dallas-based HKS designing a new $530 million dollar stadium in Kitahiroshima, near Sapporo. Join us for a conversation with two expert panels of executives, players, and historians on the economic and diplomatic importance of baseball within U.S.-Japan relations.
Wednesday, March 18 | 8:30 am - Thursday, March 19 | 1:00 pm
Springhill Suites Marriot Plano/Frisco, 8401 Angels Drive Plano,
75024United States+ Google Map
Sogetsu Dallas Branch 4th Anniversary Celebration with Ikebana Master Instructor Misei Ishikawa Ikebana is the ideal medium for me, for expressing my impression of the vitality and beauty of the botanical world. In my work, I aim to create a dynamic balance among the elements related to nature and human, such as space, shapes, colors, seasons, objectives, sentiments and hospitality, while abiding by the basic theory of Sogetsu Ikebana. Having lived abroad and experienced different cultures, I have renewed my…
Outrun the ordinary. Be an athlete ambassador for the City of Dallas at the 2020 Sendai International Half Marathon. The Japan-America Society will send two runners to compete in the half marathon on May 10, 2020.