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    • <em>Hanasaka Jiisan (The Old Man Who Made Flowers Bloom)</em>

      Hanasaka Jiisan (The Old Man Who Made Flowers Bloom)

      Saturday, December 10, 7:30 PM
      Sunday, December 11, 2:30 PM

      One of Japan’s most popular mukashi banashi folktales comes to life through the playful interpretation of beloved all-male contemporary dance company Condors, led by Ryohei Kondo. Sure to delight audiences of all ages.
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    • Escape East @ 333

      Escape East @ 333

      Friday, December 9, 6 PM
      Friday, January 13, 6 PM

      After a long work week in the concrete jungle, master the art of relaxation with free Gallery admission, music and a little liquid zen.
    • Simon Starling: At Twilight

      Simon Starling: At Twilight

      Friday, October 14 — Sunday, January 15

    • Pop! Goes Cinema: Kadokawa Film & 1980s Japan

      Pop! Goes Cinema: Kadokawa Film & 1980s Japan

      Tuesday, November 8 — Saturday, December 17

    • The Little Girl Who Conquered Time

      The Little Girl Who Conquered Time

      Tuesday, December 13, 7 PM

      Launching Kadokawa idol Tomoyo Harada into superstardom, this timeslip drama about a schoolgirl who struggles to figure out why she uncontrollably jumps forward and backward in time is based on the famous science fiction novel by Yasutaka Tsutsui and directed by creative whirlwind Nobuhiko Obayashi (House).
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    • WHIPLASH-How to Survive Our Faster Future

      WHIPLASH-How to Survive Our Faster Future

      Wednesday, December 14, 2:30 PM

      In this program, Joi Ito, Director of the MIT Media Lab, will talk about how the MIT Media Lab helps over 80 companies navigate and thrive in this new environment and the common principles of innovation that guide us.
    • Nihongo Chat

      Nihongo Chat

      Wednesday, December 14, 6 PM
      Friday, January 27, 6 PM

      Join Japanese-language students and native Japanese speakers at this informal gathering to practice Japanese and English! Anyone at any language level is welcome to attend.
    • SLAM! with G Yamazawa

      SLAM! with G Yamazawa

      Friday, December 16, 6:30 PM

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    • Kadokawa & The Shaping of Japanese Popular Culture

      Kadokawa & The Shaping of Japanese Popular Culture

      Saturday, December 17, 5 PM

    • W's Tragedy

      W's Tragedy

      Saturday, December 17, 7 PM

      Hiroko Yakushimaru stars as a young, aspiring stage actress who develops frightening ambitions to become a star in this self-reflexive, fascinatingly complex film. Directed by Shinichiro Sawai, one of the great, underappreciated directors of the 1980s, with a score by Joe Hisaishi.
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