JACLab creates and provides exhibitions and performances of Japanese traditional arts/crafts, music and other traditional culture for the general public in the U.S. so that people in the U.S.
become familiarized with and understand various aspects of Japanese tradition and culture, by providing exhibition content to local museums, and performance content to local theaters and concert
Learn more about our Traveling Arts Program...
JACLab restores and repairs Japanese artworks such as screens, scrolls, armor, lacquer ware, for museums and private individuals in the US that own Japanese artwork in their collection so that
collectors (museums and individuals) can maintain their important collections, so that master craftsmen can pass on their techniques to the next generation, and so that museum staff can learn how
to maintain precious art collections. JACLab also documents and archives details of the process of restoration of the artwork.
Learn more about our Art Restoration Program...
JACLab provides seminars and workshops introducing Japan's various traditional arts, crafts and music to children and families in the U.S. so that young people in the US have an opportunity to learn about Japan's unique traditional culture, by providing youth camps in the summer and spring as well as various workshops.
JACLab creates a community and facilitates dialog among Japanese culture lovers in the U.S. for those interested in various aspects of Japanese culture so that those who have similar interests in
Japanese culture can exchange ideas and information about their common interests, by archiving interviews with experts in various Japanese culture fields, art collectors, music fans, etc., in the
Meet lovers of Japanese culture...