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March 20 - April 15, 2018

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From the Archive: Chasing Cherry Blossoms

From the Archive: Chasing Cherry Blossoms

Pioneering photojournalist Eliza Scidmore was National Geographic magazine’s first official female writer, photographer, and board member—she also led the effort to bring the now-iconic cherry blossoms from Japan to Washington, D.C.

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Kimono Exhibit and Kimono Sale

Kimono Exhibit and Kimono Sale

Educational program that fits under the category of Japanese culture. The kimono sale raises funds for the NCBF.

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National Japan Bowl® – National Japanese Language & Culture Competition for High School Students

Madame Butterfly Tea

A lecture about Puccini’s beloved opera Madame Butterfly followed by a Japanese-themed afternoon tea.

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