We are succeeding!

We are toasting to our foundation, De Stichting Japanese Art & Culture Centre of Utrecht. With firm steps, we are getting closer to our dream. And on this road, we are not alone. After 8 months, JACCU team has 15 dedicated professionals voluntarily carrying the organisation on their shoulders. There are also 12 professional teachers and artists associated with JACCU.

And, thanks to our 45 sponsors and countless anchors, JACCU has completed all necessary registrations to raise a foundation. On the 6th of July 2021, De Stichting Japanese Art & Culture Centre of Utrecht was officially established. Thank you for your invaluable support!

Our crowdfunding campaign has come almost half way, but it is not over. To support more artists and makers, and to provide more interesting activities to Japanese culture enthusiasts, we still need your support. Have you already donated? Then please share your campaign with your friends. Every contribution counts!

よろしくお願いします!

Manekineko

Crowdfunding Campaign

‘Let’s start a Japanese art and culture community!’

Click here to donate through GoFundMe.

NEWSLETTER

NEWS & EVENTS

Taiko Trial Lessons

Taiko Trial Lessons

Free taiko trial lessons on the 12th of September (Sunday) is happening at the House of Circle’s Dojo in Montfoort.

Kanji Course

Kanji Course

The Kanji Course with Jim Gubbels will start on the 5th of October and it will last for 8 weeks on Thursday evenings.

Nowhere Art Space by teamLab

Nowhere Art Space by teamLab

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.

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