Japan-related Event Calendar

Updated on November 18, 2019

This calendar has been established to keep people up to date on new and upcoming Japan-related cultural events in the Netherlands.
Note: the Embassy of Japan does not accept any responsibility for the events registered, or any loss or damage resulting from the events registered in the calendar or from any reliance placed on the information in the Event Calendar.

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23 November 2019
Moonlight Concert

In this concert the duo takes the audience on a musical journey from Germany via America to Japan. The concert opens with the famous "Moonlight" by Beethoven (an arrangement by Yuka Tada)

Beethoven, Schumann, Bach, Brahms, Schubert, Tada and Baker

Vondelstraat 120
1054 GS Amsterdam

Emirhan Tuga



Tel: 0612376714

23 November - 6 December 2019
SDGs × ART Exposition

Would you like to learn more about United Nation's SDGs through Art? Artworks with the theme relating to SDGs will be exhibited in the spacious gallary in front of Amsterdam Central station for 2 weeks. On 23rd Nov 15:00-19:00 the Opening ceremony will be held including the special talk by Siebold house Director and Japanese Kimono workshop.

Gallary 5 & 33
Martelaarsgracht 5
1012 TN Amsterdam

JCI Amsterdam International



Tel:  06-55442317



28 November 2019 / From 11:00 to 15:00 
Book Free Market

We clean up EGCC because EGCC will be closed defenately at the end of December 2019. We hope that many people will come on November 28 for this "Book FreeMarket" to EGCC.

European Go Culture Center JCC-room
Schokland 14
1181 HV Amstelveen

Houren-kai (Oranda Houjin Rengou-kai), I GO Saboo & NPO office: Amuse Kikaku


Tel: 06-42873542

6-23 December 2019
Japan Restored

The golden years of Japanese cinema, the 1950s, are brought to life in a programme featuring brand new 4K restorations of seven classics in an international tour organised by The Japan Foundation. Japan Restored comes to Eye Film Museum in December and includes rarely screened films such as Kenji Mizoguchi’s Sansho the Bailiff and Yasujiro Ozu’s Floating Weeds, films that prove there is still much to be discovered in Japanese cinema.

Eye Filmmuseum
IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam

Eye Filmmuseum, Embassy of Japan in the Netherlands and the Japan Foundation



Tel: 020-5891400



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