I-House provides opportunities to deepen international understanding through such activities as lectures, symposiums, cultural events, and human development and networking programs. The special library for Japanese Studies has been promoting exchange of intellectual and academic information internationally since its establishment. Most programs are open to the public, both members and non-members.
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[APYLP Joint Session]What the Future Folds for an LGBT-inclusive Asia”
LUONG The Huy, Fumino SUGIYAMA, Joy…
Talk & Reading: How Our Ghosts Keep Us Alive
Lee Conell (Writer; US-Japan Creati…
IHJ Artists' Forum
Nichibunken's Three Decades: A Critical-analytical Survey and Some Outlooks
Jun'ichi ISOMAE (Professor, Nichibu…
Design and Take Action to Create Our Own Future : Being "Space Sweepers"
Mitsunobu Okada (Founder and CEO, A…
Nitobe Leadership Program
Special Lecture Series for I-House Members