Japan Workshops in 2019

In 2019, Japan Desk Scotland is running workshops on Japan at various places in Scotland and beyond.  The workshops from January to March are supported by the grant from the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

● 11 January: Cross Arthurlie Primary School, East Renfrewshire, Scotland, for two P5 classes, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima‘;

● 14 January: The ‘Japanese Club’ at Cumbernauld Academy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, with the practice of ‘Japanese Calligraphy’;

● 24 January: Hallglen Primary School, Falkirk, Scotland, for two P7 classes, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima‘;

● 31 January: Kirkintilloch Town Hall, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, with a talk on ‘Scotland & Japan Heritage Connections – Rita and Masataka’ and the screening of ‘Design Kimono – Koji Yoshie‘;

● 4, 18 and 25 February: Hillhead Primary School, Glasgow, Scotland, with Taiko workshops for three P5 classes;

● 22 February: Kirkmichael Primary School, Perth & Kinross, Scotland for P4/5 class, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima‘;

● 27 February: Kilbarchan Primary School, Renfrewshire, Scotland, for P6 and P4 classes, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima‘;

● 7 March: Stenhousemuir Primary School, Falkirk, Scotland for two P7 classes, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima’;

● 13 March: Strathblane Primary School, Stirling, Scotland, for P7 class, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima‘;

● 18 March: The ‘Japanese Club’ at Cumbernauld Academy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, with ‘Valentine’s Day in Japan’ as a theme; and

● 20 March: St Mark’s Primary School, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, for P6 class, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary, Soma City, Fukushima‘.