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    • Introduction to Japanese Culture: Calligraphy

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      Together with the introduction of KANJI (Chinese characters), calligraphy was passed on from China to Japan. As time went on, Japandeveloped its distinctive writing system, KANA, and calligraphers produced styles intrinsic to Japan. This form of calligraphy, called SHODOU, is now considered an art form. Come join our two-hour session to experience SHODOU firsthand!

       

      Date

      March 11, 2017 (Saturday)

      Venue

      The Japan Foundation, Manila

      Time

      10:00am-12:00nn

      Admission

      FREE

      MAXIMUM OF 30 PARTICIPANTS

      *Online registration is required. Walk-in participants will NOT be accepted.

      Registration

      Please register online through theff. link*

      http://tinyurl.com/Calligraphy170311

      Age

      At least 17 years old

      Inquiries
      The Japan Foundation, Manila
      23/F Pacific Star Bldg., Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Cor. Makati Ave., Makati City 
      TEL. # 811-6155~58
      FAX # 811-6153
      Download Introduction to Japanese Culture: Calligraphy Flyer

      *The online application form will be CLOSED once thirty (30) participants have applied. Further instructions will be sent to the first 30 applicants by March 1, 2017 (Wednesday).

       

      The calligraphy ink DOES NOT wash out.

      Please wear clothes that you would not mind dirtying/staining.