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JAPAN CONTENTS LABORATORY LLC.

At Japan Contents Laboratory LLC, we focus on content that accurately reflects the Japanese identity. By sharing Japan’s tradition, culture, and technology, we hope to demonstrate the authentic spirit of Japan to curious visitors from around the world.

For our first project, we’ve developed an experience utilizing the storied tradition and values of the venerable samurai. Immerse yourself in the samurai mindset and satiate your curiosity about the way of the samurai! Through demonstrations and careful instruction, you’ll begin to grasp the serenity of Japanese tradition and feel the spirit of Japan. We look forward to meeting you in in the historic city of Kagurazaka at our dojo found in partnership with the Japanese Swordsmanship Federation.

For Inquiries
03-6457-5755
samuraiworkout36@gmail.com

JAPAN CONTENTS LABORATORY LLC.

At Japan Contents Laboratory LLC, we focus on content that accurately reflects the Japanese identity. By sharing Japan’s tradition, culture, and technology, we hope to demonstrate the authentic spirit of Japan to curious visitors from around the world.

For our first project, we’ve developed an experience utilizing the storied tradition and values of the venerable samurai. Immerse yourself in the samurai mindset and satiate your curiosity about the way of the samurai! Through demonstrations and careful instruction, you’ll begin to grasp the serenity of Japanese tradition and feel the spirit of Japan. We look forward to meeting you in in the historic city of Kagurazaka at our dojo found in partnership with the Japanese Swordsmanship Federation.

Art Project

For our next project, we are proud to collaborate with The Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints, a leader in contemporary ukiyo-e woodcut print production. Having flourished during the Edo period, we are working with young, up-and-coming artists to revive the art of ukiyo-e woodcut print production with a contemporary touch.

About Ukiyo-e and the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints
The arts comprise an important part of Japanese tradition, culture, and history. Ukiyo-e a genre of Japanese art whose artists produce woodblock prints with a distinctly Japanese theme. Distinguished ukiyo-e artists, including Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa, Hiroshige, and Toshusai Sharaku.

In a bid to revitalize the art of ukiyo-e, the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints have set upon an exploration of infusing contemporary elements to this traditional art. In particular, the Institute have hosted workshops inviting modern-day artists of all genres to actively participate in the design and production of ukiyo-e. In recent years, Yayoi Kusama, Taiwanese-American artist James Jean, and Indian artist N.S. Harsha, among others have experimented with ukiyo-e through the Institute.

This project is expected to expand, please keep an eye on this space to view reports and learn more!

For more information, please view the websites below:
https://www.adachi-hanga.com/ukiyo-e/quality/
https://www.adachi-hanga.com/modern/

Or, send us an email at samuraiworkout36@gmail.com

Art Project

For our next project, we are proud to collaborate with The Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints, a leader in contemporary ukiyo-e woodcut print production. Having flourished during the Edo period, we are working with young, up-and-coming artists to revive the art of ukiyo-e woodcut print production with a contemporary touch.

About Ukiyo-e and the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints
The arts comprise an important part of Japanese tradition, culture, and history. Ukiyo-e a genre of Japanese art whose artists produce woodblock prints with a distinctly Japanese theme. Distinguished ukiyo-e artists, including Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa, Hiroshige, and Toshusai Sharaku.

In a bid to revitalize the art of ukiyo-e, the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints have set upon an exploration of infusing contemporary elements to this traditional art. In particular, the Institute have hosted workshops inviting modern-day artists of all genres to actively participate in the design and production of ukiyo-e. In recent years, Yayoi Kusama, Taiwanese-American artist James Jean, and Indian artist N.S. Harsha, among others have experimented with ukiyo-e through the Institute.

This project is expected to expand, please keep an eye on this space to view reports and learn more!

For more information, please view the websites below:
https://www.adachi-hanga.com/ukiyo-e/quality/

https://www.adachi-hanga.com/modern/

contact us:info@example.com