The Japanese Culture Week in Cuba began in Havana with the photo exhibit Tokyo’s Islands by Kanako Sato.
Sato is an independent Japanese photographer and lecturer in Tokyo’s Canon Photography School. Arms Square’s Ironwood Street is scheduled to host a high level exhibition by various Japanese martial art schools on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Decorative Art Museum will host the handicraft exhibition titled Handicraft Forms, Traditions and Techniques, while Old Havana’s House of Asia will be the venue of the launch of A la sombra del elogio: Aproximación al cine japonés (On the Shade of Eulogy: an Approach to Japanese Cinema), by Berta Carricarte Melgares, and Un japonés en Santiago de Cuba: una historia de amor (A Japanese in Santiago de Cuba: a love story), by Lidia Sánchez Fujishiro.
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