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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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Doors Open Toronto 2024: Timeless Japan

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

JFT is back for Doors Open Toronto on May 25th & 26! We are pleased to present our all-ages programming under the banner of "Timeless Japan" for all to enjoy a dose of nostalgia and learn a bit of history.

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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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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 →

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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 →

A Handful of Salt (film screening)

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

Join us on June 4 for an educational documentary screening of "A Handful of Salt," with director ISHII Kaori tuning in for a livestream Q&A. This event is also to honour everyone affected by the January 1st Noto Peninsula Earthquake. A part of our Cinema Umami food film series.

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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 →