Promotions

The Japan-British Society provides its members with a range of promotions throughout the year. These include discounts on tickets for UK and Japan related cultural performances, such as concerts, theatre, ballet and opera, as well exhibition tickets and other gifts.

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Contemporary Japanese Crafts Reinterpretation, Exquisite Craftsmanship, and Aesthetic Exploration

Saturday, 18 July, 2020 - Tuesday, 22 September, 2020

A draw will be made for 5 pairs of invitation tickets. To apply, please register your name and phone number by post with the JBS Secretariat by 15th July.

This exhibition introduces twelve remarkable contemporary artists — all born in the 1970s onwards — who produce craft works that are rooted in Japanese aesthetics. They suggest new trends in...

Book: Lady Fiona Carnavon

Wednesday, 1 July, 2020 - Wednesday, 15 July, 2020

A draw will be made for two copies of this book. To apply, please register your name and phone number by post with the JBS Secretariat by 15th July.

by Yuko Yamagata Footman Banraisha JPY1,800 (excl. tax) ISBN: 978-4-908493-43-0 This book is about Lady Fiona Carnavon, the eighth and current Countess of Carnavon, and the real-life setting for the...

Barakura English Garden Rose Weeks

Thursday, 11 June, 2020 - Sunday, 19 July, 2020

JBS members are invited to take advantage of a free entrance ticket. For further details please see the circular notice.

Barakura English Garden in Tateshina (Nagano) celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. The garden was registered in The Partner Gardens scheme of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) in January 2020....

Exhibition: BANKSY – GENIUS OR VANDAL?

Sunday, 15 March, 2020 - Sunday, 27 September, 2020

A draw will be made for 5 pairs of invitation tickets (valid on April weekdays only). To apply, please register your name and phone number by post with the JBS Secretariat by 1st April.

A collection of works by Banksy, a world-renowned artist whose activities are based in the UK, is to be shown in Yokohama. The largest collection ever is coming to Japan,...