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Japan Week in Santiago: Full Programme
From May 9 to 13, Compostela celebrates the 'Week of Japan in Santiago', a program of activities for all ages showing the most representative ... read more
Japan Week in Santiago: Gastro Route
From May 8 to 11, visit the bars and restaurants participating in the Japan Week in Santiago and try their fare!read more
'Noroshi Project-Reconstruction of North Japan'
Photography Exhibition 'Noroshi Project-Reconstruction of North Japan' for the Dual Year between Spain and Japan.read more
From May 9 to 13, Photography Exhibition “Santiago-Kumano, pilgrimage Routes. World Heritage”.read more
'Wakayama - Land of the Buddha & Sky of gods'
Until May 18, photographic exhibition in the Hostal de los Reyes Católicos. Japanese landscapes of Wakayama exhibited on the occasion of... read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Obento workshop for children
Obento workshop for children (ages 6 to 12)read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Obento workshop for children
Obento workshop for children (ages 6 to 12)read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Aikido Exhibition
Aikido Exhibition by the Association for Promoting Aikido and Japanese Traditional Culture.read more
Japan Week in Santiago: Gastro Tasting
Visit the “Mercado de Abastos” (Food Market) and try Japan’s gastronomic delicacies.read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Sadō Tea Ceremony
Sadō tea ceremony by Mrs Eiko Kishi, Misho-ryu School Teacher and Vice-president of Madrid’s Japanese Community Association.read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Origami paper-folding workshop
Origami paper-folding workshop (children over 8 and adults) by Mrs Sachiko Marumoto and Patricia Yoshida (Casa Galicia Japan).read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Demonstration of the art of wearing a kimono or Kitsuke
Demonstration of the art of wearing a kimono or Kitsuke by Mrs Eiko Kishi.read more
Japan Week in Santiago: Concert
Concert "The Road of Hasekura Tsunenaga", music featuring Shakuhachi flute by Mr Rodrigo Rodríguezread more
Origami paper-folding workshop (children over 8 and adults) by Mrs Sachiko Marumoto and Patricia Yoshida (Casa Galicia Japan).read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Sadō Tea Ceremony
Sadō tea ceremony by Mrs Eiko Kishi, Misho-ryu School Teacher and Vice-president of Madrid’s Japanese Community Association.read more
'Japan Week in Santiago': Demonstration of the art of wearing a kimono or Kitsuke
Demonstration of the art of wearing a kimono or Kitsuke by Mrs Eiko Kishi.read more
Japan Week in Santiago: Demonstration of Ikebana Floral Art
Demonstration of Ikebana Floral Art by Mrs Eriko Murata, Ikebana teacherread more
Japan Week in Santiago: Ikebana Floral Art Workshop
Ikebana Floral Art Workshop by Mrs Eriko Murata, Ikebana teacherread more
“Spirit of Japan” Performance – Singing and Dancing by Shinto monks from Japan’s Wakayama Prefecture by the Wakayama... read more
Japan Week in Santiago: Conference “Philosophy and Spirituality of the Japanese People”
Conference “Philosophy and Spirituality of the Japanese People”.read more