All tagged "Japan"

  • Ghouls, Generals and Goddesses

    Kabuki, Nō or Jingju? Masks, dolls and shadow game figures from Japan, China and Tibet are shown in the museum’s new exhibition, which opens on February 17, 2019. The items in the new exhibition Ghouls, Generals and...

    • Posted January 31, 2019
    • 0
  • Konsthantverkarna: Upcoming exhibition: Åsa Pärson 2-20/2 2019

    Åsa Pärson “Temporary decor”, textile 2/2-20/2 2019 With a starting point in Japanese “scrolls”, Åsa Pärson has worked with textile surfaces and compositions in various kinds of rhythm in her new exhibition at Konsthantverkarna. The most valuable...

    • Posted December 10, 2018
    • 0
  • ONE OK ROCK reveals new album

    On February 15, the Japanese group ONE OK ROCK releases its new album “EYE OF THE STORM” but already there is a new single “Stand Out Fit In” available on all streaming services. On the new album...

    • Posted November 25, 2018
    • 0
  • Upcoming exhibition – Kenji Komatsu 15/9 – 3/10 2018 at Konsthantverkarna

    For a few years, Konsthantverkarna have invested in wood material and invited wooden sculptors from Germany, France and England. This year they are pleased to present Kenji Komatsu from Japan. He is not completely unfamiliar with the...

    • Posted July 11, 2018
    • 0
  • Upcoming exhibition: Kenji Komatsu 15/9 – 3/10 2018

    Kenji Komatsu, wood sculptor, Japan The story of a paradise of fools Sketch, drawing, relief, house sculpture Konsthantverkarna 15/9 – 3/10 2018 For a few years, Konsthantverkarna have invested in wood material and invited wooden sculptors from...

    • Posted June 29, 2018
    • 0
  • Japan’s prime sake brewery visits TAK

    Nama-Zake is a big event in Japan when the first fresh sake of the year is used to celebrate spring. In order for Sweden to experience Nama-Zake, Dewazakura Sake Brewery has been invited to Tak in Stockholm....

    • Posted April 17, 2018
    • 0
  • HOKUSAI, May 19 – June 3, 2018

    Hokusai was born in the Sumida district of Edo (Tokyo today). He worked in a number of techniques, but became most famous for his woodcut. Among these, the series appears where he depicts Mount Fuji from different...

    • Posted February 14, 2018
    • 0
  • The history, significance and transformation of the paper in focus on the East Asian museum

    Through unique collections from China, Japan and Korea, the exhibition Paper Stories shows the paper’s history, technology and art crafts. Among the most exciting items is the world’s oldest paper. Paper Stories opens February 23 at the...

    • Posted February 5, 2018
    • 0
  • Shibui visiting Sweden

    Shibui is a unique link between the Scandinavian and Japanese cuisine at a gastronomic level where guests are invited to a trip in taste, texture and arrangement aesthetics. Kyoto Kimihiro Takenaka and Martin Löving, two merit chefs...

    • Posted September 17, 2017
    • 0
  • Japanese Culture Night at The Royal Armoury

    The Culture Night Saturday 29 April 18-24 The Royal Armoury welcomes everyone who is fascinated by Japan. Right now the Katanas exhibition is going on, which in a lightly melted way, tells about a myth-spun piece of...

    • Posted April 27, 2017
    • 0