The events draw a varied audience with an interest in the region.
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- Liberal Internationalism Reconsidered: Japan’s Strategy Today
Professor Go Ito (Meiji University)
Toshiba International Foundation Lunch with Professor Go Itio
- The Ooku, the Shogun’s ‘Harem’: Life in the Women’s Palace in Nineteenth Century Japan
Lesley Downer (Writer)
- Homage to Ukiyo-e
Dr Monika Hinkel (SOAS University of London)
- Tenth-century kanabun and esoteric Buddhist techniques
- Skylarks, Frogs and River-drenched Robes: Reality, Formality and Poetic License in the Poetry Contest in Six Hundred Rounds
Dr Thomas McAuley (University of Sheffield)
- Japanese Castles: Tradition, Modernity, and Militarism from the 1860s to the Postwar
Dr Oleg Benesch (University of York)
- Bringing Back Yoshikono: Songs of 7-7-7-5 in a WWII-Era Osaka Rakugo Magazine
Dr Matthew Shores (University of Cambridge)