RIkkyo University has opened an overseas office in Shanghai, China. It becomes the university's fourth overseas office following the 2014 establishment of branches in South Korea (Seoul), the United States (New York) and the U.K. (London).
Sophia University has the honor to welcome Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, Secretary for Relations with States of the Holy See, on February 2. Archbishop Gallagher will give us a lecture titled "THE PROMOTION OF A CULTURE OF PEACE". We look forward to your participation in the event.
The Japan Foundation Asia Center will hold the screening event "Colorful Indonesia 2" with Athenee Francais Cultural Center from Wednesday, January 25 through Saturday, January 28, as a Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) tie-up event.
Yunika Corp. (headquartered in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO Motohiko Isozaki ) is proud to announce broadcasts on Yunika Vision, in collaboration with the Another Track app for iOS and Android ...
Rikkyo University is offering its international students the chance to try their hand at the traditional Japanese sport of sumo on Saturday Dec. 10, by mingling with members of the university's sumo team.
The Washoku World Challenge Executive Committee will select the winner of this year's Washoku World Challenge fromamong the ten finalists from around the world who will compete in the final cook-off on December 15.
The Japan Foundation Asia Center has co-organized the project with the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University. The project aims to offer a platform for Asian Filmmakers in the region to express their realities through documentaries and introduce them to a broader audience.
Waseda University welcomes Professor Michael Dobson, Director of the Shakespeare Institute (UK), to lecture on "Shakespeare, Rome, and temporality from Burbage to Ninagawa" on Tuesday, 29 November, 2016
TOKYO, Japan, November 24, 2016-The Washoku World Challenge Executive Committee revealed on October 31 the final contestants for this year's Washoku World Challenge2016, an event where chefs from all over the world compete by cooking Japanese dishes.