Noh Reimagined 2024: Sumidagawa and Kinuta

Classics of Noh Tragedy 21, 22 June 2024 “Noh Reimagined” festival 2024 at Kings Place celebrates two masterpiece tragedies of traditional Japanese theatre: “Sumidagawa” and “Kinuta”. “Sumidagawa” by Kanze Motomasa (c. 1394-1432) is one of the most renowned Noh plays … Continued

Feedback from our 2017 cooking classes in Islington

Chef Atsuko Ikeda at Central Street Cookery School in Inslington (Image: Kato Media). Our cooking Japanese home cooking and sushi making classes ( 31 January – 14 March ) were hugely popular and successful. Participants enjoyed “hands on” instruction by top … Continued

Azuki Japanese cooking classes return for 2017

We have four Japanese cooking classes running January to March 2017 at St Luke’s Community Centre in Islington, including a sushi-making session: Atsuko Ikeda of Atuko’s Kitchen will teach the first two classes: Tuesday 31 January 7–9pm: Beginners Japanese cooking … Continued

Charitable Status

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).

Azuki Foundation Newsletter 2013-14

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