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Children’s Story Book Time

Come and share in the fun and listen to foreign volunteers as they read a selection of children’s books in their native language.


NIC Global Youth Award 2017

An award event to recognize the activities of organizations and groups of young people involved in the areas of international exchange, international cooperation and multicultural coexistence in Nagoya.


FAE 32 – The Foreign Artists Exhibition – Applications close 25 October!

The CJIS (Central Japan International Society) is accepting applications from prospective participants in the 32nd Foreign Artists Exhibition (FAE)!


High School Visit Program

NIC is running a free tour, for children of foreign nationality considering attending senior high school and their parents, of senior high schools offering night courses.


NIC International Exchange Walking 2017 Autumn

Hosted by NIC’s volunteer Walking Guides, this year’s Autumn walk explores Osu.


Nagoya Philharmonic – Upcoming Performances

Monthly performances by Nagoya Philharmonic including a Subscription Concert and a free Salon Concert.


Hisayaodori Gardens Flarie

Current and upcoming events at Hisayaodori Gardens Flarie (formerly Ran no Yakata)


Star Gazing at the Science Museum

Following a brief talk at the planetarium you will proceed to the rooftop’s main telescope and various other telescopes to observe the night’s recommended celestial scenery.


Nagoya Noh Theater – Upcoming Events

Upcoming performances at Nagoya’s very own Noh Theater!


Village of Ancient History Shidami Kofungun Site – Ancient Autumn Festival

Experience life as a resident of ancient Nagoya, making fire, hunting with a bow and arrows, and more fun activities!


October 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in October and beyond.


October 2017 Exhibitions

A selection of current and upcoming exhibitions at galleries and other venues in and around Nagoya.


September 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in September and beyond.


August 2017 Fireworks

A selection of fireworks events in and around Nagoya in August.


August 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in August.


July 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in July (and beyond).


June 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in June (and beyond).


May 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in May (and beyond).


April 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in April (and beyond).


March 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in March (and beyond).


February 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in February (and beyond).


January 2017 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in January (and beyond).


Setsubun

Observed on February 3, Setsubun is the day before the beginning of spring, and is celebrated in homes as well as at temples and shrines.


December 2016 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in December (and beyond).


Visiting a Shrine or Temple at the Beginning of the New Year

A small sample of places to perform your Hatsumōde.


November 2016 Events

A selection of events in and around Nagoya in November (and beyond).


Takayama Sake Brewery Tour

Seven of the Takayama’s famed breweries are open to the public one week at a time, provide a free guided tour that includes sake sampling; a commemorative golden sake cup is also presented to each visitor.


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