Category : Japan

237. Kabuki 2012 in HD by P. Anne Winter

  Last month, I was fortunate to attend all four of the Japan Foundation’s Kabuki HD films at the Scotiabank Theatre. I noted that

216. Cinema Kabuki by P. Anne Winter

We try to avoid mentioning events that cost this much, but Cinema Kabuki is a very rare and special opportunity. Book your tickets soon.

190. Multicultural Toronto events weekend October 14-16

  Here are some free or almost free ethnic events this weekend open to the public. You might find the following interesting and stimulating.

189. Brewing World-Class Japanese Sake in Toronto

Today I treated myself to a Thanksgiving of a different kind. I watched master (mistress) brewer Takahashi-Sensei work on three Sake brews at the

188. Mutant Japanese Morning Glories by P. Anne Winter

      The Japan Foundation is always full of wonderful surprise lectures. Wednesday’s by Prof. Reiji Iwabuchi had exquisite pictures of hybrid Japanese flowers.

165. Jerk, Danforth, Sufi, Hiroshima – a Report on Aug 6

I managed to experience the flavours of four ethnic events last Saturday in the space of nine hours including transportation. They were all different,

163. Noh, Gagaku, Bunraki & Kabuki Japanese Arts

P. Anne Winter shares her impressions of the Japan Foundation’s recent talks on ancient Japanese Theatre Arts.  During the two hottest days of the

An impressive display of non-stop performances and culinary delights highlighted this double festival. Also pleasing visitors were activity booths and crafts. Children and adults

I was adopted at an early age, appear Caucasian and grew up in Canada. I have never been to Japan. However my draw to