RSS Special Events

The Center for Japanese Studies presents one-time events such as seminars, symposiums, special film events, and photo exhibits. In the summer of 2015 CJS hosted its first ever Ann Arbor Japan Week in collaboration with campus and community partners. Dates for Ann Arbor Japan Week 2015 were June 14-June 20. Click on the calendar dates below to view details for each day's events, or download a flyer with the complete schedule.

For more information, contact CJS at umcjs@umich.edu.

   

   

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  • CJS Special Event | Japan Twang! 300 Years of Tsugaru-jamisen in 90 Minutes

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    Speaker: Michiyoshi Sato, Shamisen Player
    Date: 02/13/2016; 4:00PM to 5:30PM
    Location: Forum Hall, Palmer Commons


  • SMTD Concert: Fukushima Tribute Concert featuring Yamakiya Taiko Ensemble

    Organized by Erik Santos (U-M Associate Professor of Composition and Performing Arts & Technology), Toko Shiiki-Santos (Video Director), and Brian Sole (Director, Raion Taiko, Great Lakes Taiko Center), and co-sponsored by the Center for World Performance Studies and the Center for Japanese Studies, we welcome the Yamakiya Taiko Ensemble to the University of Michigan between March 20 - 25, 2016. Read More
    Speaker: The Yamakiya Taiko Ensemble
    Date: 03/22/2016; 7:00 PM
    Location: Power Center; 121 Fletcher St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
    Organized by the School of Music, Theater & Dance.


  • SMTD Film Screening. Threshold: Whispers of Fukushima

    Organized by Erik Santos (U-M Associate Professor of Composition and Performing Arts & Technology), Toko Shiiki-Santos (Video Director), and Brian Sole (Director, Raion Taiko, Great Lakes Taiko Center), and co-sponsored by the Center for World Performance Studies and the Center for Japanese Studies, we welcome the Yamakiya Taiko Ensemble to the University of Michigan between March 20 - 25, 2016. Read More
    Date: 03/24/2016; 7:00 PM
    Location: Stamps Auditorium; 1226 Murfin Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
    Organized by the School of Music, Theater & Dance.