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29 April 2015

Call for applications for the University of Tokyo 2015 Summer Programme in Japanese Archaeology and Heritage

The Faculty of Letters of the University of Tokyo, in conjunction with the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, invites applications from undergraduate students who are not of Japanese nationality and interested in Japanese archaeology and heritage to take part in a two-week Summer School program in Japan from 1st to 15th August 2015. Participants will spend the whole period with undergraduate students from the University of Tokyo and learn together about Japanese culture and history. Application deadline: 15 May 2015.

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3 December 2012

Jōmon-inspired Music from Aomori at the British Museum on Friday 7 December, 6:30pm

Jōmon-inspired Music from Aomori Japan at the British Museum on Friday 7 December 2012 at 6.30pm in the Stevenson Lecture Theatre | £5 (members/concessions £3). Booking is essential. The Jōmon, Japan’s oldest known culture, are the inspiration behind Yamagami Susumu’s ethereal music, which he performs on a shakuhachi (traditional Japanese flute) and a tsugaru shamisen

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