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From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics Ceramic exhibition with ROM This special presentation of the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, reveals that Western modernization and the demand for exports influenced Japanese ceramics during the transitional period … Continue reading →

Conversation avec des designers, par matohu à Montréal

École supérieure de mode (ESM) de l’ESG UQAM Room DM-R310 280 rue Sainte-Catherine Est, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Esthétisme et artisanat – La philosophie de matohu sur le design – Vendredi 26 avril à 18 h École supérieure de mode (ESM) de l’ESG UQAM Room DM-R310 (280 rue Sainte-Catherine Est, Montréal, Québec) Book your visit here   À chaque pays son … Continue reading →

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From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics Ceramic exhibition with ROM This special presentation of the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, reveals that Western modernization and the demand for exports influenced Japanese ceramics during the transitional period … Continue reading →

Nihongo De Sodateyou 6th Online Seminar

Virtual

Nihongo De Sodateyou 6th Online Seminar - Parental Conversation Strategies to Encourage Children's Use of Japanese 日本語で育てよう 第6回オンラインセミナー 子どもの日本語使用を促す親の会話ストラテジー   2024 年4月28 日(日) 19:30 - 21:30 ( カナダ東部夏時間)) オンライン開催 参加費無料 子どもたちは多言語環境に住んでいるとしても、親が話しかけることばを含め、彼らが触れているすべての言語を使うわけではありません。カナダでは英語、またはフランス語のように社会で優勢な言語が彼らにとっても強い言語になることがよくあります。親が日本語で話しかけ、それを理解していても、子どもにとって強い言語でしか話さなくなることもあるでしょう。では、子どもが家庭のことばの日本語を話すように促し続けるため、私たちに何かできることがあるでしょうか。今回のセミナーでは、その工夫のひとつ、子どもが家庭の言語を使って話すように促す会話のストラテジーを紹介します。また、その他にも親ができることを一緒に考えてみましょう。 講師: 中村ジェニス先生( 教育学博士) 神奈川大学外国語学部准教授。マレーシアで複数の言語に触れて育ち、日本語を第6 言語/ 方言として習得。過去1 7 年間で1 0 0 以上の国際結婚家庭に関わり、子どものバイリンガリズムについて研究。親子間のやりとりや家族の言語方針を調査し、家庭内バイリンガリズムにおいてどのような障壁があるかを明らかにしようとしている。1 … Continue reading →

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From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics Ceramic exhibition with ROM This special presentation of the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, reveals that Western modernization and the demand for exports influenced Japanese ceramics during the transitional period … Continue reading →

The Makioka Sisters (film screening)

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

The Makioka Sisters 細雪 Tuesday, April 30, 6:00PM (ET) Doors open 5:00PM | Film Screening | In-Person | JFT Event Hall Directed by KON Ichikawa • 1983 • Drama / Romance • 140 minutes • Presented in Japanese with English subtitles • Trailer “The … Continue reading →

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VSS Chat Event

Virtual

Japanese Chat Event Are you a Japanese language learner over 18 and located in Canada (or studying at one of the Japan Foundation overseas offices)? In our Virtual Study Space, we hold regular chat events where you can practice speaking … Continue reading →

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From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics Ceramic exhibition with ROM This special presentation of the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, reveals that Western modernization and the demand for exports influenced Japanese ceramics during the transitional period … Continue reading →

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From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics Ceramic exhibition with ROM This special presentation of the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, reveals that Western modernization and the demand for exports influenced Japanese ceramics during the transitional period … Continue reading →

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From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics

The Japan Foundation, Toronto 2 Bloor St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

From Edo to Meiji: Transformation of Japanese Ceramics Ceramic exhibition with ROM This special presentation of the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, reveals that Western modernization and the demand for exports influenced Japanese ceramics during the transitional period … Continue reading →