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Japanese Culture Festival Nihon no Be. Fuga in Moscow
20.09.2018 11:44
Japanese Culture Festival Nihon no Be. Fuga in Moscow

On September 28-30, 2018, the cultural center ZIL will host a grand culture festival organized by the Embassy of Japan in the Russian Federation.

      The Japanese Culture Festival “Nihon no Be. Fuga” will present a rich entertainment and educational program. It will introduce Moscow public to the culture of the Land of the Rising Sun in all its diversity: from fine art and calligraphy to poetry, theatre, and cinematography.

      Visitors to the festival will see an art exhibition, tea ceremonies, performances, film screenings and much more. All comers are welcomed to participate in creative master classes and learn the basics of bonsai and ikebana.

      Admission is free of charge.

When: from September 28 to September 30, 2018.

      Where: ZIL Cultural Centre at the address 4/1, Vostochnaya Street, next to
Avtozavodskaya metro station, Moscow.

      See the details of the festival program here.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Festivals in Moscow Modern Art Moscow Museums  

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