February 2018 Calendar

Calendar
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The Arranged Flower: Ikebana and Flora in Japanese Prints at the Art Institute of Chicago

Ondekoza taiko performances in Midwest February 4 - March 10

Yamato taiko performances in Midwest February 8 - 14
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Illinois
February 7: Cooking Class: Japanese Comfort Foods

February 7: Japanese Economy: Successful Recovery, Challenges, and Foreign Policy with the Japan America Society of Chicago

Iowa
February 7: 4th Quarter Japan America Society of Iowa Business Meeting
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Deadline for submissions: MEXT Scholarship Japan Studies

Illinois
February 8: Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film, From Godzilla to Kurosawa with the Japan America Society of Chicago
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Nebraska
February 10: Japanese Festival @ Univ. of NE Kearney
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Illinois
February 13: Artist Talk: Yuri Suzuki at the Art Institute of Chicago
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Deadline for submissions: 32nd Annual Japanese Language Speech Contest
15

Illinois
February 15: Big in Japan: 2018 Photo Essay Presentation featuring Carlo Heathcote with the Japan America Society of Chicago

Missouri
Making It & Breaking It in Japan: One American’s 15 Year Journey of Songs, Sins, and Solitary with the Japan America Society of St. Louis
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Illinois
Traditional Snow Viewing Tea Ceremony @ Anderson Japanese Gardens

Folding Screen Workshop with Shozo Sato @ Japanese Culture Center Chicago

Nabe-Mono (One Pot Dishes) Cooking Class with the Japan American Services Committee

Mini-Course: Asian Art at the Art Institute

Ikebana for the New Year with Ikebana on Halsted
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Illinois
February 18: Stop Repeating History: Day of Remembrance 2018

Mitsuko Uchida @ Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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Missouri
February 20: Japan Update: Urban Farming and Gardening in Japan and the United States with the Japan America Society of St. Louis
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Minnesota
Corporate Roundtable with the Japan America Society of Minnesota
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25 26 27

Kansas/Missouri
February 27: General Meeting with the Heart of America Japan America Society
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Illinois
Phyllis Lyons discusses the “lost” book by Junichiro Tanizaki in Evanston, IL