Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 Ayatori, a form of cat's cradle for one or two hands, is one of Japan's most popular children’s games. Yumi Okuyama shows what formations can be created with a cord loop and which are especially well-known in her home country.
Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 What does your name in Japanese look like? Masko Iso will write it for you with an ink and brush. You can take the finished paper home with you.
Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 Matsuda Toshimi photographs the “blue hour” at different locations around the world and the interplay between natural and electric light. Beate Wonde guides visitors through his exhibition “Between the Lights”.
21:00-, 21:50-, 22:40-
Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 Listen to the sounds of Japan from the traditional three-stringed Shamisen lute! Musicians from Shamisen Berlin play solo and group compositions.