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The house of Siebold, the museum of more surprising Japanese culture of Europe, is right its to be in the celebration of the bows that maintain the Netherlands and Japan. The activities that are developed there are diverse and interesting, and is highly recommendable to have them in account during the passage by Leiden.

Sieboldhuis agenda, Japanese culture

- Reading “About the horizon and the horizontal in Japan?.

From remote times, the Japanese culture has feared and trusting in the marine horizon. In the history of the Japanese architecture, the horizon has been always an essential element. Architects Shohei Imamura and Felix Claus will give on the matter to char it in English Thursday 26 of June. Due to the limited quota, it is necessary to confirm the concurrence before the 16 of June, by electronic mail, to event-reply@emb-japan.nel or by fax to the number 070-356-0714.

- Kyoto Dolls. A trip through world of geishas.

It began the 11 of April and it will finalize the 22 of June. One is a exhibition of photography of works of Paul van Riel, who walking by the streets of the old city of Kyoto was with these icons of the Japanese culture. In its work, they go Rail heightens the character of inaccessible mystery that has to the world with geishas, and to the romantic image that conform. Test that the enigma that surrounds to geishas, for the Japaneses, even is what drives the young people to embark in a trip towards the past and transforming itself into these emblematic personages.

- The trip of Siebold.

From the 18 of May an historical route by the trip of Siebold has been realized, the German surgeon who gave rise to the collection that lodges the museum. The passage includes from its demurrage in Edo to the change to its new house in Nakasaki. The adventures will publish every day in blog of Siebold:

Practical information of SieboldHuis

  • Address: Rapenburg 19, 2311 GE Leiden.
  • Schedules: of Tuesday to Sundays, 10:00 to 17:00 hs. ; Mondays remain closed.
  • Entrance: adults, 7,50 Euros; children between 4 and 12 years, 65 university student and majors, 4,00 Euros.
  • Accessibility: SieboldHuis is accessible for people in wheelchair.

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