Japan Expo 2013 in FranceLecture by Developer of Hatsune Miku, Demonstration of Enshu Tea Ceremony, and Screening of Doraemon

Hatsune Miku

Above left © Crypton Future Media, INC.

Enshu Tea Ceremony


Above right © Fujiko-Pro / Shogakukan / TV Asahi / ADK / Sho-Pro / Shin-ei Animation

From July 4 to July 7, 2013, the Japan Foundation will hold a variety of events at the Japan Expo 2013, the world's largest event for Japanese culture in France. Such events include a lecture by Hiroyuki Itoh, the CEO of Crypton Future Media, which developed vocaloid Hatsune Miku, a tea ceremony demonstration by the Enshu Tea School, and a screening, with joint partners Fujiko-Pro, of "Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006" with French subtitles.

Read an article written by Hiroyuki Itoh, the creator of Hatsune Miku in Wochi Kochi Magazine.

Japan Expo 2013 in France

Date July 4, 2013 (Thursday) to July 7, 2013 (Sunday)
Venue Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center
Exhibition Organizers The Japan Cultural Institute in Paris (Japan Foundation) and the Embassy of Japan in France
Joint Partners Enshu Tea School, Fujiko-Pro, Crypton Future Media, Inc.
Official Website http://www.japan-expo.com/en/

About Japan Expo

Japan Expo is an annual event held since 2000 as the world's largest Japanese culture event. This year marks the 14th year of the event. Last year, more than 200,000 fans of Japan from inside and outside of Europe participated. A variety of booths are set up where traditional Japanese culture, such as martial arts and calligraphy, are introduced to modern Japanese culture, such as manga, anime, games, music, and fashion, as well as new technology, and tourism.

Official website: http://nihongo.japan-expo.com

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