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Fukubukuro (Lucky Bags) 2023 @ JFT Library

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

  *All the Fukubukuro bags are gone as of Thursday, January 12. Thank you to all those who participated! For those who are curious about what items were included in all the Fukubukuro bags, check out the list of items … Continue reading →

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Fukubukuro (Lucky Bags) 2023 @ JFT Library

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

  *All the Fukubukuro bags are gone as of Thursday, January 12. Thank you to all those who participated! For those who are curious about what items were included in all the Fukubukuro bags, check out the list of items … Continue reading →

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Hiroshige’s “Edo Hyaku”: Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints in Portrait Layout

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

Hiroshige's "Edo Hyaku": Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints With originals from the Royal Ontario Museum “Edo Hyaku”, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo 名所江戸百景 (Meisho Edo Hyakkei) is a series of over one hundred woodblock prints designed by Hiroshige (1797–1858) … Continue reading →

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Fukubukuro (Lucky Bags) 2023 @ JFT Library

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

  *All the Fukubukuro bags are gone as of Thursday, January 12. Thank you to all those who participated! For those who are curious about what items were included in all the Fukubukuro bags, check out the list of items … Continue reading →

Online Nihongo Salon (26)

Virtual

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION, TORONTO ONLINE NIHONGO SALON The Japan Foundation, Toronto is hosting a Nihongo Salon with the aim of providing a place where advanced Japanese learners (including Japanese language teachers) in Canada who would like to maintain Japanese language … Continue reading →

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Hiroshige’s “Edo Hyaku”: Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints in Portrait Layout

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

Hiroshige's "Edo Hyaku": Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints With originals from the Royal Ontario Museum “Edo Hyaku”, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo 名所江戸百景 (Meisho Edo Hyakkei) is a series of over one hundred woodblock prints designed by Hiroshige (1797–1858) … Continue reading →

Free
Recurring

Fukubukuro (Lucky Bags) 2023 @ JFT Library

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

  *All the Fukubukuro bags are gone as of Thursday, January 12. Thank you to all those who participated! For those who are curious about what items were included in all the Fukubukuro bags, check out the list of items … Continue reading →

Gallery Workshop: Edo 100, Komagatadō Hall, Azumabashi Bridge

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

In conjunction with Hiroshige’s Edo 100 Part II exhibition at The Japan Foundation, Toronto Gallery Workshop: Edo 100, Komagatadō Hall, Azumabashi Bridge Friday, January 13, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM (ET) (Doors Open at 5:00 PM for exhibition viewing) … Continue reading →

Free
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Hiroshige’s “Edo Hyaku”: Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints in Portrait Layout

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

Hiroshige's "Edo Hyaku": Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints With originals from the Royal Ontario Museum “Edo Hyaku”, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo 名所江戸百景 (Meisho Edo Hyakkei) is a series of over one hundred woodblock prints designed by Hiroshige (1797–1858) … Continue reading →

Free
Recurring

Hiroshige’s “Edo Hyaku”: Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints in Portrait Layout

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

Hiroshige's "Edo Hyaku": Perspectives of Landscape Ukiyo-e Prints With originals from the Royal Ontario Museum “Edo Hyaku”, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo 名所江戸百景 (Meisho Edo Hyakkei) is a series of over one hundred woodblock prints designed by Hiroshige (1797–1858) … Continue reading →

Free