‘Events’ Archives

Unification of the Realm: from Nobunaga to Ieyasu

Unification of the Realm: from Nobunaga to Ieyasu

See some unique and historically significant pieces on display at this exhibition. Tools, weapons, and armor used during the warring states period when Nobunaga, Hideyoshi, and Ieyasu unified Japan with their battles. [Read More]


Short Story Nagoya

Short Story Nagoya

If you like writing in Japanese, why not try participating in the 8th Short Story Nagoya competition! [Read More]


NIC 30th Anniversary Special Lecture by Robert Campbell

NIC 30th Anniversary Special Lecture by Robert Campbell

NIC 30th Anniversary Special Lecture by Robert Campbell When: Sat. 4 Oct. (13:00 – 15:00). Doors open at 12:00 Where: Fushimi Life Plaza 5F (名古屋市中区栄一丁目23番13号) Attendance: Applications must be received between Fri. 1 Aug. and Fri. 5 Sep. [Read More]


Total Lunar Eclipse Meet-up

Total Lunar Eclipse Meet-up

Watch the coming total lunar eclipse which hasn’t been seen in Nagoya since December 2011! [Read More]


Guess What? Hardcore Contemporary Art’s Truly a World Treasure

Guess What? Hardcore Contemporary Art’s Truly a World Treasure

A total of seventy-three masterpieces, selected by some of the most discerning collectors in the world will be on display. [Read More]


The Human Image – Picasso, Matisse, Warhol

The Human Image – Picasso, Matisse, Warhol

At this exhibition, see one hundred works by Matisse, Giacometti, and Warhol - as you unravel the relationship between body and art. [Read More]


September Out and About Information and Podcast

September Out and About Information and Podcast

Out and About is a monthly event information and podcast service produced by Nagoya International Center volunteers. [Read More]


Development Training for Supporters of Foreign Students and Children

Development Training for Supporters of Foreign Students and Children

A training program for supporters, carers and teachers of foreign students and children which aims to equip people with fundamental knowledge through workshops and lectures. [Read More]


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