We’re now part of a larger celebration dedicated to the Japanese culture: “Japanese Culture Days at the Romanian – American University”. Six days full of events that will surely satisfy the tastes of even the most exigent fan of Japanese culture. Conferences, martial arts festival, Japanese traditional sports demonstrations, and other surprises await you! Be sure not to miss them!
Between the 8th – 14th of May 2015 will take place the 4th edition of the Japanese Culture Days with the following events:
1. On the 8th of May 2015 will take place the conference “Haruki Murakami – International superstar or potential Nobel prize winner”
2. On May 9th – 10th of May 2015, AH-RJSC will be co-organizer of Otaku Festival for the fourth year in a row. This year’s theme will be Old vs. New
3. Between the 11th and 12th of May 2015 will take place the third edition of the international conference Japan – Romania – cross points in a global context. The presentations will be delivered by three well known specialists that confirmed their participation at the academic event: two of them are representing Universities from Japan (Ritsumeikan University – Mr. Dai Nakamoto and Chuo University – Mr. Saburo Kobayashi, former General Manager at Honda Corporation) and the other is representing a University from Great Britain (Ms. Griseldis Kirsch, School of Oriental and African Studies – University of London).
4. On the 13th of May 2015 will take place the AH – RJSC Anniversary Gala, celebrating the 10th year anniversary. For the first time, the show will be fully sustained by Japanese artists.
5. The series of events will end on the 14th of May 2015 with the Japanese Martial Arts Festival, organized together with Cavaler Aikido Club. It will be a unique event where the participants will have the possibility not only to watch, but also to try simultaneous demonstrations of aikido masters, but also judo, karate, kendo, jujutsu.
6. On the 14th of May 2015 Haramichi RO and Tenshin by Laura Karaman are organizing a show which combines fashion with contemporary and traditional Japanese dance, titled “Kamisama’s Dream”.
More information can be found on the official Facebook page.