Japanese Days in the Botanical Garden!

We sincerely invite you to the “Japanese Culture” exhibition in the Botanical Garden in Lodz, ul.Retkińska 39. It will take place on 29-31.01.2016. Etntrance is free.

This year there will be a special event – concert by Anna Krzysztofiak from Filharmonia Łódzka and a show of Japanese musical instruments. You will also have an opportunity to see a Japanese garden and decorations related to the motive of the child in a Japanese family. There will also be lectures and workshops.

Programme:
30.01.2016      (Saturday)
11.00 – 14.45 – lectures on Japanese culture:
•    The traditional Japanese family – Klaudia Sękowska
•    The position of a woman-mother in the modern Japanese society – Patryk Kujawiński
•    Education in Japan – Sylwia Łagnowska
•    The art of pleasant time passing – Anna Wojda
•    In the world of Japanese music – Anna Krysztofiak
15.00 – 15.45  – Japanese music concert by Anna Krysztofiak
16.00 – 17.00- lectures on Japanese culture:
•    Playing with snow – Sachi Kido
•    Students in Osaka – Yuske Ichikano
•    My town and my family – Aiko Tsujino
•    Cultural relations between Japane and Vietnam – DAO Tuyet Thao
16.00 – 17.00  – workshops:

– winter origami for kids – Barbara i i Izumi Yoshida

– Japanese calligraphy – Masakatsu Yoshida oraz wolontariusze z Japonii

– the Tea Ceremony – Shinko Kiryu, Masakatsu Yoshida

31.01.2016      (Sunday)
11.00 – 14.30 – lectures on Japanese culture:
•    A new lifestyle – Sara Bednarska
•    The city – a place for children and the elderly – Daria Karbowiak
•    Kids day and the festival of the dolls – girls’ festival – Magda Jakóbczyk
•    Schichi – go –san /seven, five, three/ and seijin no hi  – the festival od children and adults – Beata Milczarek
•    In the world of Japanese music – Anna Krysztofiak
15.00 – 15.45 – Japanese music concert by Anna Krysztofiak
16.00 – 17.00 – lectures on Japanese culture:
•    Obento – the second breakfast, a popular Japanese meal – Dominika Gałęza
•    Dialects in Osaka – Kenji Miura
•    Tokio, the most popular city of a Japanese family – Chiharu Tomishige
•    The only tram in Tokio – Akane Taguchi
•    The primary school in Japan – Mariko Hodaiji
16.00 – 17.00  – workshops:

– winter origami for kids – Barbara i i Izumi Yoshida

– Japanese calligraphy – Masakatsu Yoshida oraz wolontariusze z Japonii

– the Tea Ceremony – Shinko Kiryu, Masakatsu Yoshida