Posted on September 4, 2011

Japan-related events in London

There are quite a few Japan-related events coming up in London and, whilst I will of course be writing about them after I attend, I thought it might be a good idea to mention a few in advance in case you want to go. From Sunday 4th – Sunday 18th September, a play called Halcyon … Continue reading

Silks: A Composition of Poetry

The Crypt Gallery near Euston Station in London is one of most unique spaces I’ve visited. In fact, I didn’t even realise where the gallery was until I dubiously peered into the dark doorway and found what I was looking for. I wouldn’t have known about this little-publicised exhibition if it hadn’t been for an … Continue reading

Discovering Japan… at the British Museum

A couple of weeks ago I was invited to visit the British Museum. The British Museum runs a whole bunch of free tours and talks run by volunteers, but I had no idea until my Twitter friend, @ypldn, asked me to join the Japan tour that he was running. The Japan rooms in the British Museum (rooms 92-94) … Continue reading