Founded in 1925, Dartington Trust has been a thriving visitor destination and charity supporting learning in arts, ecology and social justice, set on a beautiful 1,200 estate in the South Devon countryside. Throughout its history they have drawn leading artists … Continued
Azuki Foundation joined the production for the premier of “THE鍵KEY”, a site-specific opera by Francesca Le Lohé inspired by Junichiro Tanizaki’s book of the same title ‘The Key’ (1956). We worked with Southwark Council to to invited people in the community to join two dress … Continued
Chisato Sakura, a qualified nutritionist, and food coordinator taught simple, healthy and yummy home cooking. 12th, 20h March at Central Street Cookery School. We will come back with more new recipes. (photo by Kato media)
To assist our efforts to meet the needs of the communities we work with, and to build upon the trust and confidence we’ve inspired in such communities, we are now registered as a Charity !! (Registered Charity Number 1157965).
INTRODUCTION Welcome to our first annual newsletter! Azuki Foundation was established in October 2012 to increase public awareness of Japan and to promote culture and well-being. Through providing a unique series of practical, interactive group workshops specifically designed for older … Continued
Azuki Foundation’s unique workshop for older people started on 1st November in Islington at St Lukes Community Centre, and Claremont Project. This workshop focused on Ayatori which may be considered as a more sophisticated and artistic version of the western children’s game of … Continued
Azuki Foundation participated in the 1st edition of The Culture, Health and Wellbeing international Conference in Bristol, 23-26 June 2013. At a keynote speech, we presented Sizzle Ohtaka, one of the most sought after singers in Japan. Sizzle Ohtaka is … Continued