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FRI 13.09 - SUN 15.09
JAPANESE HORROR NIGHT 'Audition' and 'Tetsuo'
13.09 - 7pm
£5 entry or £12 including a MOSHIMO Bento Dinner Box
No one does horror better than the Japanese, and to celebrate Friday 13th Brighton Japan is proud to present two of the most notorious horror films ever made: Takashi Miike's Audition (the final scene ...
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JAPANESE POP CULTURE WEEKEND PART 1
14.09 - 11am onwards
FREE
Direct from the captivating and unique streets of Tokyo, Brighton Japan brings you a weekend of Fashion, Manga, Cosplay and music. Experience the vibrant and creative culture of Harajuku with the street ...
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J-ROCK/VISUAL KEI NIGHT
14.09 - 7.30pm until late
FREE
To keep the party going till late in the evening come along to J NIGHT by JAPAN UNDERGROUND. A seriously dynamic celebration that's going to blow the roof off Brighton with all things great within the Japanese music market and it's still only Saturday ...
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JAPANESE POP CULTURE WEEKEND PART 2
15.09 - 11am onwards
Free
Direct from the captivating and unique streets of Tokyo, Brighton Japan brings you a weekend of Fashion, Manga, Cosplay and music. Experience the vibrant and creative culture of Harajuku with the street ...
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COSPLAY BALL
15.09 - 7.30pm
FREE
Brighton Japan is proud to present Tokyo Taboo - "Tokyo Taboo would like to get Naked and take over the world someday... With strong melodies, catchy hooks and a whole lot of heavy synth lines Tokyo Taboo aim to electrify!" ...
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NEO-TOKYO & REAL TOKYO: VISIONS OF THE CITY IN JAPANESE CONTEMPORARY ART
15.09 - 6pm
FREE
A book talk by Adrian Favell, author of Before and After Superflat: A Short History of Japanese Contemporary Art ...
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MON 16.09 - FRI 20.09
HIGH CULTURE NIGHT
16.09 - 7pm
£40 - includes a 5 course dinner created by MOSMIMO
Brighton Japan 2013 is honoured to present a Supper Club evening steeped in the best of Japanese high culture. Taking centre stage on the evening will be the Japanese concert pianist and Steinway Artist Aisa Ijiri, who will perform a picturesque programme of piano...
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LIVE PITCH - with Ian Livingstone and Bill Liao
17.09 - 4pm
FREE
Digital pioneers and entrepreneurs line up to pitch for investment from leading investors, in front of you the audience as part of the Brighton Japan and Digital Festivals...
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DIGITAL PLAYGROUND - Coppe (Live)
17.09 - 9pm
£5.00
With its eclectic mix of gaming, networking, and the whackiest entertainment Brighton has to offer, the playground party will feature COPPE (LIVE), a Giant Japanese cat performance, retro gaming and Calligraphy art on a giant screens using Wii handsets...
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TAIKO MEANTIME
18.09 - 7.30pm
£10 show only or £17 including Bento Dinner Box
Exhilerating AND primal, Taiko Meantime's theatre performance uses traditional rhythms and taiko styles to create original compositions which have attracted ecstatic reviews from audiences, from this year's Glastonbury to the opening of the FA cup final ...
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A NIGHT WITH DAVE BROOM
19.09 - 7pm
£40 including dinner and whisky
The evening with the inimitable Dave Broom tasting Japanese whiskies and matching them with MOSHIMO's food was one of the highlights of last year's festival – so good, in fact, that we're doing exactly the same thing again. ...
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STUDIO GHIBLI DOUBLE BILL
20.09 - 4pm
£5 for both films or £12 with a Bento Box - Family Ticket, 2 adults and 2 children for both films £15 or with Bento Boxes £35
An event for all the family. Enjoy two favourite Studio Ghibli films, 'Ponyo' and the Oscar-winning 'Spirited Away' in the wonderful ambience of the Old Steine ...
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SAT 21.09 - SUN 22.09
MOSHIMO MATSURI WEEKEND PART 1
21.09 - 11am onwards
FREE
Bigger than ever before it may be, but at its heart the MOSHIMO Matsuri festival is the same as it has always been – a big-hearted celebration of all things Japanese for everyone to enjoy ...
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HARAJUKU NIGHTS
21.09 - 7.30pm until late
FREE
To keep the party going till late in the evening come along to HARAJUKU NIGHTS by JAPAN UNDERGROUND. The party of all parties starts and finishes with Harajuku Nights. Lineup so far is, Area 11, No Cars, Erika and Kero Kero Bonito ...
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MOSHIMO MATSURI WEEKEND PART 2
22.09 - 11am onwards
FREE
It's the last day of our festival and we plan to go out in style. Everything that was around the festival grounds yesterday will be here again today including our famous Martial Arts Spectacular and a few more surprises ...
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TALES FROM OLD JAPAN
22.09 - 11am & 2.30pm
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre- £5 children, £7 adults
Three enchanting Japanese stories are brought to life through puppetry and music. Wonder at magnificent Mount Iwate, which blew hot and cold; the humble woodcutter and his beautiful but strange bride; and the snorting, burping Ogre of Rashomon Gate ...
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EXTRA EVENTS
Torii Kiyonaga (1752–1815), detail taken from Sode no maki (Handscroll for
the Sleeve), c. 1785.(c) The Trustees of the British Museum.


SHUNGA: SEX AND PLEASURE IN JAPANESE ART
3 OCT 2013 - 5 JAN 2014
BRITISH MUSEUM - 25% off exhibition tickets using code 'brightonjapan'
Brighton Japan Festival fans can enjoy 25% off exhibition tickets for the British Museum's exciting autumn exhibition, Shunga: sex and pleasure in Japanese art Explore erotic prints, paintings and drawings like no other, and discover their fascinating place within Japanese social and cultural history.

Banned for nearly a century in Japan and produced between 1600 and 1900, these works inspired Toulouse-Lautrec, Rodin and Picasso and continue to influence anime, manga and Japanese tattoo art today.

Parental guidance advised for visitors under 16.

Book now! Quote 'brightonjapan' online at britishmuseum.org/shunga or call 020 7323 8181.

Terms and conditions apply.

Terms and conditions

1) 25% off full adult tickets (£7) booked before 3 October 2013 for exhibition visits between 3 October and 24 December 2013.
2) Booking fees may apply – £2 per ticket booked by telephone, £1 per ticket when booked online.
3) One transaction per customer.
4) Quote 'brightonjapan' over the phone and enter this code at checkout for online bookings.
5) Offer available for telephone, walk-up and online bookings
6) Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
7) The Museum will be closed on 24, 25 and 26 December 2013 and on 1 January 2014.
8) This offer is non-transferrable and has no monetary value.
9) The British Museum reserves the right to amend its opening hours and those of this exhibition.
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