Japanese Culture Days 2014 – schedule!

This  year’s Japanese Culture Days will take place between 18-23.11.2014 in Muzeum Archeologiczne i Etnograficzne in Lodz, Pl. Wolności. We’re happy to announce that the schedule for the event is set. We’re sure you will find many interesting attractions.

You can find the schedule below:

 

Tuesday 18.11:
17:00 Inauguration, speeches by our Guests
17:30 Japanese & Polish songs concert – „Echo” Choire directed by Ewelina Bien
18:10 “MEIJISEIFU – the role of samurai in the country’s modernization era”- Malwina Mrówka
19:10 Film fab.”Ostatni Samuraj” Edward Zwick 2003 154min.

Wednesday 19.11:
17:00 “BUNMEIKAIKA – Creation of the modern country and impact of the West” – Piotr Grzelak, KlaudiaZawadzka
18:10 “RYOUSAIKENBO – ideal of the woman in Meiji period” – Emilia Widera
19:10 Movie: “Testament do jutora” – Takashi Koizumi 2008, 110min.

 

Thursday 20.11:
17:00 ”GENBUNICCHI – literature of the Meiji period – part I” – Dalia Karbowiak
18:10 “KENPOU HAPPU – Constitution and the Emperor’s position in the Meiji period; creation of the Japanese empire” – Sara Bednarska
19:10 Movie: “The Magic Hour” – Kouki Mitani 2008, 136min.

 

Friday 21.11:
17:00 “Theatre in the Meiji period” – Magda Jakobczyk
“II New style” – Magda Klamra
18:10 “SHINBUNGAKU – literature of the Meiji period – part II” – Dminika Galeza
19:10 Movie:”The lonely life of Samisenistza CHIKUZAN” – Kaneto Shindou 1977 124min.

 

Saturday 22.11:
13:00-15:00 workshops for children and parents: Origami, calligraphy, Suibokuga – ink painting, Japanese games – volunteer and student from Japan

 

Sunday 23.11: Japanse music concert; entrance free
15:30 entrance opens
16:00 concert start Sala koncertowa Akademii Muzycznej, ul.Zubardzka 2a
Performers:
piano – Kosuke Ezaki, Sachie Kawabe, Aruto Matsumoto, Shoko Miyake, Arisa Nonomura, Tetsuro Togawa (Japan)
violin – Tomomi Ikawa (Japan)
Katarzyna Przybylska, Antoni Wierzbinski,Joanna Woszczyk-Garbacz, Ewelina Zawislak – Percussion Studio pdirected by  Piotr Pniak
recitation – Maria Mela
visual illustration – Małgorzata Wójcik
direction – Piotr Pniak, Urszula Bereznicka-Pniak
sekcja rytmiki, choreografia – Elzbieta Aleksandrowicz,Aneta Skrzypczak
Programme includes:
music by Jan Sebastian Bach, Fryderyk Chopin, Claude Debussy, Aruto Matsumoto, Piotr Perkowski, Marta Ptaszynska, Mikołaj Rimski-Korsakow, Karol Szymanowskiego, Koji Takeuchi, Henryk Wieniawski, Akio Yashiro.

We hope to see you all during the Japanese Culture Days!