The Japanese Culture Center located in Chicago continues to lead the charge in sharing and educating about traditional arts and crafts. If you are in
“Join us at the Samuel Ullman Museum and learn how to make onigiri (おにぎり)�! You’ll make various types of Japanese rice balls, learn about Japanese
“Delve into the world of Japanese sake and explore the flavorful partnership of sake and cheese! Enjoy this unique program introducing the qualities of Japanese
Suggestions on where to start in wearing kimono from someone who’s been in the hobby for over a decade…
Explore blended fashion as traditional Japanese men’s attire is mixed into modern concepts and designs. Spree Kingyo is a renown costume historian who promoted traditional kimono
The Japanese Arts Foundation and Japanese Culture Center in Chicago are teaming up to host a spooky lecture focused on Yokai with guest speakers Elias Martin.