Current ExhibitionA Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints
On view through June 11, 2017
Featuring over 65 woodblock prints, as well as paintings, luxury objects and personal ornaments, A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints offers a critical artistic and historical context for gender performance and sexual expression in Edo Period (1603-1868) Japan.
Japan Earthquake Relief Fund
We would like to express our deepest condolences and sympathy to those affected by the recent earthquakes that hit Kumamoto. Japan Society accepts contributions to support recovery in Kumamoto and remains active in Tohoku as recovery is ongoing and much remains to be done. We are grateful to all those who have generously supported the people of Japan.
Summer Registration Now OpenRegister early—classes fill up very fast!
- Early Summer English
- Hiragana and Kataka Workshops
- Summer Japanese
- Summer Shodo
- A Crash Course for Travelers to Japan
- RT @JS_Gallery_NYC: The Hidden History of #Wakashu, Edo-Era Japan�s �Third Gender� #AThirdGender https://t.co/LfEtMv2KjF via @hyperallergic
- RT @js_TalksPlus: @js_language 's word of the week is #manga! ?? Have your tickets for �Manga in America� yet? Get them here! https://t.co�
- 2nite's GODZILLA LEGEND concert sold out! Waitlist 1 hr b/4 show. Consolation #AkiraIfukube monster music:� https://t.co/M5C7GYjVJ6
- Next steps after the #ScienceMarch? Citizen scientists @Safecast on how to use sci-tech for the greater good May 1: https://t.co/Ubyhb27n2s
- RT @medialab: Our World, Our Data: On 4/30, @medialab & @safecast are hosting a symposium on citizen and environmental sensing https://t.co�
- RT @js_TalksPlus: Our #Manga in America panel will be moderated by Allison Markin Powell. Check out this video on her from @wwborders https�
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