Issue 02 January 2013

The year of the snake brought with it much snow and freezing temperatures to Norwich. We hope that you will enjoy the second edition of our e-magazine in the warmth and comfort of your home or office. If you appreciated our first e-edition, you will be delighted to discover more about the Institute and Japanese arts and cultures. The Friend’s scheme that we launched last year has already had a good start. To date we have hosted two exciting events for our friends: a book launch by Research Director, Professor Nicole Rousmaniere, and a New Year’s party at 64 The Close. As we previously announced, in the near future this e-magazine will be an exclusive treat for members of our Friend’s scheme. Please hurry and sign up! – Mami Mizutori, Executive Director

Dame Elizabeth Esteve-Coll: Part 2 The Formation of the Sainsbury Institute: Staffing and 64 The Close In this …Read More

“The history of Japan : giving an account of the ancient and present state and government of that …Read More

Kyushu Ceramic Museum Professor Ōhashi Kōji, Director emeritus of the Kyushu Ceramic Museum, and Sotheby’s Senior Fellow of …Read More

An Internship at the Museum of Asian Art in Corfu: Kumquats and Japanese Art Among the things a traveller …Read More

Heritage Open Days comes to 64 The Close On a balmy Saturday morning in early September we opened …Read More

From Gyewon Kim This last academic year, during which I have been The Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellow …Read More

January, February, March Despite its reputation as a sober, industrious nation, Japan has a well-established if surprising tradition …Read More