Gouda Cheese Shop - Kaashandel Peters
Buy Dutch cheese and several other Dutch products online. Perfect for corporate gifts.

Wafelhuis Stroopwafels
Freshly baked stroopwafels in Japan. Sold online or at various outlets in Japan

Estate Wines Japan
Wine gifts in Japan. Offers fine wines with home delivery anywhere in Japan.

Hilton Nagoya hotel
Stunning views over central Nagoya.

Hilton Osaka Hotel
Right opposite Osaka Station.

Japanese street fashion

KLM Japan
Book KLM tickets online.

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• Entertainment • Kansai EventsCultural Agenda in Japan June - July 2007

Event calendar of Dutch events in Japan (pdf file) in June – July 2007.

June 19 -July 16
Sibyl Heijnen Exhibition

Dutch visual artist Sibyl Heijnen will present her first solo exhibition in Japan at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. The exhibition will show works created especially for this exhibition.

The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto More info: http://www.momak.go.jp

If you are interested to visit this exhibition, free tickets are available at the Dutch Consulate. Please contact Julien Rikkoert (tel 06-69447272) for more information. Tickets are available on a “first come, first serve” basis.

June 21
Gustav Leonhardt Cembalo Recitals in Japan

Japan Tour of Cembalo virtuoso Gustav Leonhardt: Nishinomiya (Hyogo Performing Arts Centre )

For more information, please contact: Allegro Music: http://www.allegromusic.co.jp

Until July 1
Modern Design Revisted: the Osaka Collections

Exhibition from the collection of the Osaka City Museum of Modern Art, including works by the Dutch architect and designer Rietveld.

Suntory Museum, Osaka http://www.suntory.co.jp/culture/smt/gallery/

July 3 – July 4
Within Temptation Concerts by Dutch rock band “Within Temptation”

3 July – Osaka BIG CAT at 19:00
For information: Kyodo Osaka TeL: 06-6233-8888
4 July – Tokyo Shibuya-AX at 19:00
For information: Creativeman TeL: 03-3462-6969


July 7 – September 2
Siebold’s Aquarium

During his stay in Japan as a physician at the Dutch trade factory in Deshima (Nagasaki) in the 19th century, Philp Franz von Siebold collected many Japanese artifacts and zoological and botanical specimens.

This exhibition shows several specimens of fish from the Siebold collection of the Naturalis Museum of Natural History in Leiden, as well as drawings made for Siebold by the Japanese artist Keiga Kawahara.

Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture, Nagasaki: http://www.nmhc.jp

For more Information:

Consulate-General of the Netherlands in Osaka-Kobe Twin 21-Mid Tower Shiromi 2-1-61 Chuo-ku Osaka 540-6133 http://www.oranda-cg.or.jp

Download pdf files:

Dutch Cultural Events: June/July 2007

5 June 2007 - Marco Bos

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