JACCU is looking for an experienced Head of Marketing & Communication who will be responsible for marketing strategy and communications.
JACCU Art Platform is excited for the second Entaku Meeting in June, where we have planned an art tour at the city centre of Utrecht.
JACCU is looking for an experienced “Zakelijk Leider” to accomplishing our mission to build a centre for Japanese art and culture in Utrecht.
JACCU is looking for a Financial Administrator to start immediately. Help us grow as a financially healthy organisation!
JACCU is happy to announce that JAE, the Japan Art Expo, is taking place in Utrecht in June 2023. Read more about our collaboration.
Come with your children and enjoy a Sunday afternoon full of interactive and creative workshops for little ones in Kodomo No Hi!
JACCU has an exciting new project for 2023: a series of Entaku Meetings for artists, makers and creators whose work relates to Japan.
Louis Vitalis is a well known budō teacher in the Netherlands and one of the language teachers of JACCU.
JACCU is the short name of the Stichting Japanese Art & Culture Centre of Utrecht. The main objective of the foundation is to represent and disseminate Japanese art and culture in their broadest sense.
Kaho Koda, a Japanese writer, theater maker, producer, and an associated artist of JACCU, tells about her podcast show Controversial Japan.
Jim Gubbels wrote about the taiko retreat in Valencia, Spain which Erwin Oudshoorn from Circle Percussion hosts every summer.
JACCU is happy to announce its upcoming event 五感 Gokan on June 4th. Come and explore your five senses the Japanese way!
Dutch photographer Maan Limburg had the exhibition opening for the book launching of her photobook The Lost World.
JACCU is delighted to announce a collaboration with the Ohara Chapter Nederland for an ikebana demonstration and workshop in Utrecht in June!
The Japanese artist Mika Horie made her way to the Dutch art scene with cyanotype photographs that connect tradition and sustainability.
De Bibliotheek Utrecht organised the Manga and Japanese Culture Week in the Neude library. JACCU was one of the co-organisers.
Hou je van haiku en vind je het leuk om samen te schrijven en je werk te delen? Dan ben je van harte welkom bij de haikukern in Utrecht elke derde donderdag van de maand.
JACCU is delighted to announce our collaboration with Haiku Kring Nederland to start a Haiku group in Utrecht.
Jeannette Stakenburg, Dutch food expert, explains Umami, the 5th taste, and gives tips on procuring the flavour from natural sources.
Niek Span is one of the language teachers of JACCU. Niek has developed a deep interest in languages ever since he was a child…
Shokudo, a new traditional Japanese restaurant together with a mini shop just opened near the city centre of Utrecht. Try it out!
Hiroko Matsushita is a Japanese artist, living in the Netherlands. As a female artist from Japan where gender equality issues still persist…
Jeannette Stakenburg, a food expert shares her story of discovering Yakitori (Japanese skewered chicken) during her visit to Japan.
Hiroko Matsushita is a Japanese artist, living in the Netherlands. She joined JACCU to make a cultural bridge between Japan and the Netherlands through the field of art and design.
Free taiko trial lessons on the 12th of September (Sunday) is happening at the House of Circle’s Dojo in Montfoort.
The Kanji Course with Jim Gubbels will start on the 5th of October and it will last for 8 weeks on Thursday evenings.
Tokyo-based digital art collective teamLab is set to open a permanent exhibition for its popular immersive light Installations in Utrecht, the Netherlands in 2024.
JACCU presents one of the greatest taiko groups of Europe, Circle Percussion! A rich history in percussion and taiko in the Netherlands.
Jeannette Stakenburg, a food expert shares her story of discovering Tamagodashimaki (Japanese Omelet) during her visit to Narita, Japan.
From the 23rd of July, Shibaura House in Tokyo will turn into NL House, thanks to a …
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