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Private view: 5 September 2016

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Beauty of Synthesis, Meditation and Traces (Ma) by Toshihiro Hamano

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Japan Festival, this exhibition of Toshihiro Hamano’s works will be held at the Daiwa Foundation Japan House Gallery. The exhibition, dedicated to the late Sir Peter and Lady Jill Parker and held in association with Brunswick Group LLP, will premiere Hamano’s latest artworks in London.

Exhibition: 6 Sep 2016 – 19 Sep 2016

View more info on Beauty of Synthesis, Meditation and Traces (Ma) by Toshihiro Hamano

Beauty of Synthesis, Meditation and Traces (Ma) by Toshihiro Hamano

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Japan Festival, this exhibition of Toshihiro Hamano’s works will be held at the Daiwa Foundation Japan House Gallery. The exhibition, dedicated to the late Sir Peter and Lady Jill Parker and held in association with Brunswick Group LLP, will premiere Hamano’s latest artworks in London.

Talk: 7 September 2016

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High School and University Articulation Reforms: Revolutionising Education in Japan

In March 2016, Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) announced the most revolutionary and comprehensive education reforms since the Second World War. The purpose of these reforms is to restructure Japan’s education system, equipping students with 21st century competencies such as independent thought, creativity and initiative. Professor Takashi Otani will examine the reaction to and impact of these reforms, and consider the issues Japanese education will face in the future.