A new exhibition at Japan House Los Angeles indulges its viewers in the visual gratification of looking at artisanally designed ramen bowls.
Delve into the evolution of woodblock printing through gorgeous Japanese landscapes and the supernatural beings that inhabit them in a new virtual exhibition.
Reimagined for an international audience, the renowned exhibition examines the role of windows as cultural objects and how they frame our perspectives of the world.
HIDA | A Woodwork Tradition in the Making explores the heart of Japanese craftsmanship and aesthetic sensibility through traditional Hida woodcraft techniques and products from forests.
This three-day festival celebrates contemporary Japanese cinema, taking place November 1-3, 2019.
A showcase of over 100 models and large-scale photographs of past and current projects by the celebrated Japanese architect is now on view at Japan House Los Angeles.
The center’s current exhibition, Prototyping in Tokyo, contextualizes the relationship between the artistry of Japanese craftsmanship and the science of prototyping technologies.