Siebold-Museum : Deutsch-Japanisches Forum WürzburgCitation:
Siebold society to promote contacts between Germany and Japan, as well as the maintenance and development of plant life in the sense of Philipp Franz von Siebold of international understanding.
To commemorate the physician and naturalist Philipp Franz von Siebold Siebold, Siebold society opened with the support of the City of Würzburg and many Japanese and German sponsors on July 3, 1995, the Siebold Museum.http://siebold-museum.byseum.de more Language: ger German
Shofukan = Japanese cultural centre Shofukan, 松風館Citation:
The Shofukan Foundation aims to promote the study and practice of authentic and classical Japanese disciplines and to present them to a large audience. Together, these disciplines propagate Japanese culture in its widest sense: by means of lessons and training, workshops, exhibitions, lectures, and events, both in the field of the Japanese arts and crafts, as in Japanese budo. To ensure high standards, the Foundation co-operates with a great number of teachers and organisations in Europe and from Japan. Moreover, you can lease the spaces of Shofukan to arrange your own events, meetings, or training sessions. Apart from the genuine dojo, Shofukan features a unique Japanese tea garden, both assuring an inspiring environment.
At this moment, the following activities take place at Shofukan:
kids - exposition - go - Ikenobo ikebana - kendo - Kenso ryu jujutsu - cooking lessons - Shinto-training - Tai ki kenpo - music - language courses - garden - Urasenke tea ceremony - zazen Wado ryu karatedohttp://www.shofukan.nl/ more Language: dut Dutch; Flemish, eng English, jpn Japanese