Gift market by local Japanese artists Kyoko Kimono / haruka matsuo / ShinkaQ & MONO JAPAN online shop & JCE sample sale From 14 until 30 November 2019, we’ll be holding a special pop-up gift market every Thursday to Saturday at the showroom of the Japan Cultural Exchange (JCE) in the heart of Amsterdam. You … Meer lezenJapanese pop-up gift market
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands focuses its cultural activities on Kyoto in 2019. JCE created their new website “Holland & Kyoto” to promote this program. Between 2016-2017, there was the special program between the Netherlands and Kyushu, together with DutchCulture, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands organized the program “Holland … Meer lezenWebsite design “Holland & Kyoto”!
Our Kintsugi master Mrs. Mio Heki is here to repair your ceramics! She can repair your favorite tableware beautifully with gold or silver depending on your preference. How it works Step 1 Send your request for Kintsugi repair including the following information and pictures of the ceramics to JCE. Size and the thickness of the ceramics Information … Meer lezenRepairing your ceramics by Kintsugi
After a three weeks business trip to Japan, the director of JCE came back with a very odd souvenir. ‘Japanese Stroopwafels!’ As it turns out these stroopwafels are part of a bigger project of the government of Saga prefecture. In an effort to rekindle interest in the history of Saga prefecture, and it’s relationship with … Meer lezenHolland House, the cookie was delicious, dough.
Hello everyone, this is Munetake. Let me report about the interesting event, “Material Experience 2018”, which happened between the 13th and the 15th of March. Material Experience is an exhibition about the various uses of innovative materials. This annual event has been held for 5 years, which is run by the organisation called Materia. The avenue is … Meer lezenMaterial Experience
On 3rd of March, the event called “JAPAN DAY” was held in Leiden. This event was organised by a travel agency, and an exchange agency. JCE supported with advertising and local arrangements. This event had already been conducted in other countries, and it was finally done in the Netherlands this year. I hope that there … Meer lezenJAPAN DAY by Mune
Every event has its own purpose. Organizers intend to accomplish something by putting on an event. In turn, participants and visitors come to an event intent on getting a specific something out of it. Thus, there lie the reasons for an event to exist. I’m merely pointing out the obvious. Even as someone who up … Meer lezenJAPAN DAY by Maartje
Hello, this is the new intern Munetake. Today I would like to write about MONO JAPAN which is the biggest exhibition and sale event run by Japan Culture Exchange (JCE). I started my internship at JCE just before MONO JAPAN happened. My boss told me that the preparation phase and duration of the festival would … Meer lezenMONO Japan by Mune
Heloki dear readers. My name is Maartje Schreve and I’m a newly inducted intern at JCE. My first experience working with JCE was during MONO Japan last month. I’m very interested in learning how to run big events like MONO Japan. At my university we did have subjects like event management, but actually working … Meer lezenMONO Japan by Maartje