Events around Japanese Culture Center - 日本文化会館

Country Day Party in Wrigleyville: Brunch, Booze & Live Music!
Party

Country Day Party in Wrigleyville: Brunch, Booze & Live Music!

Saturday 12:00pm (16 June)
Old Crow Smokehouse, Chicago

Wishlist Foundation Pearl Jam Fan Preparty Fundraiser-Chicago I
Other

Wishlist Foundation Pearl Jam Fan Preparty Fundraiser-Chicago I

Saturday 1:00pm (18 August)
Sluggers World Class Sports Bar and Dueling Pianos, Chicago

Wishlist Foundation Pearl Jam Fan Preparty Fundraiser-Chicago 2
Other

Wishlist Foundation Pearl Jam Fan Preparty Fundraiser-Chicago 2

Monday 1:00pm (20 August)
Sluggers World Class Sports Bar and Dueling Pianos, Chicago

Flames in the City: Chicago Cubs vs L.A. Dodgers
Games

Flames in the City: Chicago Cubs vs L.A. Dodgers

Wednesday 1:20pm (20 June)
Wrigley Field, Chicago

Filipino Night with the Cubs
Sport

Filipino Night with the Cubs

Tuesday 7:00pm (28 August)
Wrigley Field, Chicago

Def Leppard & Journey in Chicago
Music

Def Leppard & Journey in Chicago

Saturday 8:00pm (14 July)
Wrigley Field, Chicago

Pearl Jam: The Away Shows
Music

Pearl Jam: The Away Shows

Saturday 7:00pm (18 August)
Wrigley Field, Chicago

Pearl Jam: The Away Shows
Music

Pearl Jam: The Away Shows

Monday 7:00pm (20 August)
Wrigley Field, Chicago


Kimono Exhibition

Kimono Exhibition


When?

Start time: Saturday 12:00pm (28 April)
End time: Sunday 4:00pm (29 April)

About

Entrance to the Kimono Exhibition is free!

Saturday, April 28th 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sunday, April 29th 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Annual Kimono Exhibition is hosted by the Japanese Culture Center and sponsored by the Japanese Arts Foundation. The exhibition will present 20 never before featured historical kimono from the Ikka Nakashima Sensei Collection.

Nakashima Sensei was the second woman ever to receive The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays award. This is the highest honor given outside the Imperial family. The Emperor of Japan personally presented her with this award in Tokyo for her tireless efforts and dedication to promoting Japanese arts and culture.

Stop by on Saturday for a kimono photo booth to learn how to wear them!

A small donation to the Japanese Arts Foundation (a 501(c)3 non-for-profit organization) is recommended. All proceeds will help support Japanese arts creation, education, and events throughout Chicago!