046 Absorbing modernization: the Path that Japan followed

2014.9. 1


September 2014
046 Absorbing modernization: the Path that Japan followed


Top Story
In the Real World - Japan Pavilion at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale
Thomas Daniell (Head of the Department of Architecture and Design, University of Saint Joseph, Macau)


Contributed Article
The Evangelion and Japanese Swords Exhibition from the perspective of a Spanish manga lover
David Jiménez Román, Co-founder of Ramen Para Dos


Serialized Essay
08 Yukidoke (The Thaw) - My Origins
Kei Oyama


Behind the Scene
The World's Southernmost "Koisuru Fortune Cookie Project" Video
Dr. Masayosi Ogino (Lecturer, University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Akiko Harada (Senior Expert in Japanese Language, The Japan Foundation)






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Wochi Kochi Web Magazine List

061: Regional Cultural Assets and International Exchange
060 CGP/Abe Fellowship Program 25th Anniversary
059 Evolving International Exhibitions and Their Future
058 The World Expanded by Japanese Language
057 Search for the Future of Media Art
056 Five Years after the Great East Japan Earthquake
055 Various Ways of International Friendship and Cultural Exchange: The Japan Foundation Awards 2015
054 Japanese Contemporary Art that Captivates Europe
053 Communicate, Convey――Reasons for Learning Languages
052 Chim↑Pom's Expedition to Bangladesh
051 Interaction on a Global Scale: The 2014 Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship
050 Thinking about the Future of Tohoku with People all over the World
049 Parisians were Mesmerized by Hokusai Once Again--The 200th Anniversary of the Hokusai Manga
048 Language and Laughter that Connect People -- The Japan Foundation Awards 2014
047 Discovering a New World through Japanese Language
046 Absorbing modernization: the Path that Japan followed
045 Seeking to understand human existence - Theatrical Performances Cut Across National Borders
044 Asian Writers Discuss Literature
043 Artists Expressing Their Own Times in Their Own Places
042 Scenery Created by Modern Architecture
041 Strengthen bonds among Asian Countries
040 Nurturing the Seeds of Friendship that Developed Out of the Disaster
039 Stage Productions Created by ASEAN and Japanese Artists
038 Traditional Japanese Art Meets the World: An Opportunity for Evolution
037 Communicating in Japanese
036 The 41st Japan Foundation Awards: Connecting the World, Connecting Generations
035 At the Cutting Edge of the Scene: Media Art and Architecture from Japan
034 An Unabridged Analysis--Koki Tanaka @ Venice Biennale
033 Pursuing Hope, Dreams and Love: Artists Exploring New Realms
032 Beyond Borders: Promoting Japanese Literature Abroad
031 Taking a Fresh Look on Postwar Japanese Art--Tokyo, Seoul, New York
030 Sharing with the World: Japan's Experiences and Recovery Efforts in the Disaster-Stricken Areas
029 Seeing the Future of Japan through a Prism of Colorful Light
028 At the Leading Edge: Robot, Android, and Vocaloid
027 Japanese Society through the Lens of Art
026 The Japan Foundation Awards 2012
025 Architecture. Possible here? Home-for-All
024 People in Japan- China Exchange
023 Open a Window through the Japanese-Language
022 Nature, the Environment, and Art
021 Feeling the Middle East closer
020 Thinking in India
019 Discovering Contemporary Japan at the JFIC
018 A Year from 3.11, Has Art Managed to Help Society?
017 Literature that transcends time and space
016 Japanese Pop Culture Now!
015 The Japan Foundation Awards Special Issue: Profiles of Pioneers
014 Encounter with Hokusai in Germany
013 Biennnale/Triennnale
012 Festival !
011 Designs that connect, locally and globally
010 After 3.11
009 Thinking of Korea
008 Bringing People Together with Nihongo
007 The world meets butoh
006 Spellbound by Japanese cinema
005 Cultural Heritage Lives on Today
004 表現としてのマンガ
003 音楽が紡ぐ出会い 日本×アフリカ
002 越境する文学
001 これからの国際文化交流

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