to support the participation of Japanese experimental artist Otomo Yoshihide in a collaborative residency at Japan Society in May 2016.
to support the participation of Japanese motion-graphic artist Nobuyuki Hanabusa in two creative residencies with his U.S. collaborators, with whom he will work on the multidisciplinary production of Yukio Shiba’s play Our Planet
provide support for couriers and other museum professionals from Japan who will be bringing painting from Japan for the exhibition Awakending: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan
support the participation of curator Takashi Murakami and three assistants in the installation of the exhibition: Little Boy: the Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture in spring 2005
support the participation of three American choreographers in the U.S./Japan Exchange Residencies Project II in Japan in 2005
support for scholars from Korea and Japan to participate in the "Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan" exhibition in New York April 9 through June 22, 2003
Participation of two dance artists in the US/Japan Exchange Residencies Project
support for scholars from Korea and Japan participating in a planning seminar for the exhibition, Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan in June 2001
To support the Toru Takemitsu memorial concert held at Japan Society in May 1996.
To enable guest curator Robert Moes to undertake research in Japan in fall 1995 in connection with preparations for an exhibition and catalogue on the work of ceramic artist Kanjiro Kawai.
To support the participation of artists from Japan in 1994-95 performing arts programs at the Japan Society.
to support a Japan Society concert program featuring shakuhachi player Hozan Yamamoto in November 1992
To support the participation of Japanese archaeologist Karoku Miwa in a symposium on Japanese archaeological ceramics held at the Japan Society in January 1991.
to support a performance of Water Station by the contemporary Japanese theater group Tenkei Gekijo as part of the New York International Festival of the Arts in June 1988.
To support the film series and symposium entitled "Japan at War: Rare Films from World War II," presented at Japan Society in fall 1986
To support performances and educational programs presented by the Japanese classical music ensemble Nagauta To-on-Kai at Japan Society in New York in May 1986.
Provide support for the exhibition Sound on Paper: Music Notation in Japan held at the Japan Society in summer 1981.
to provide support for the exhibition "Nara Ehon" held at the Japan House Gallery, New York, September 1978, in conjunction with an international symposium on Nara Ehon.
to provide support for the production of a documentary film entitled "Shinton: Nature, Gods and Man in Japan."
Japan Society Exhibition Study To the Japan Society, New York, to enable Rand Castile, director of exhibitions, Japan House Gallery, to survey art collections and exhibitions techniques in Japan and the United States in preparation for the opening of the Japan House Gallery.
Japan Society Kabuki Program To the Japan Society, New York, to provide for the production and distribution in the eastern United States, in collaboration with Channel 13, New York, of a color videotape on Kabuki techniques as demonstrated by the Grand Kabuki Theater, Tokyo, while on tour in the United States.
To support the showing in New York of the exhibition The Japan Expedition of 1852-55 of Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry, February-March 1969, organized by the Smithsonian Institution.
To enable the Nomura troupe of Kyo-gen actors to present performances in cities and universities in the United States, January - March 1968.
To provide support for a performance and lecture-demonstration tour by the Hosho troupe of Noh actors to thirty-one cities in the United States, October 1966
To provide support for a concert tour by the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra to thirty cities in the United States, October-November 1964
To enable the Toho Gakuen String Orchestra, Tokyo, to perform in San Francisco and to present a series of concerts at Philharmonic Hall, New York, July 1964.
to provide support in collaboration with the Ford Foundation for a three-year program of fellowships to promote cultural exchange between Japan and the United States in which the following individuals participated: From Japan: Kenji Aikoh, art editor; Hiroshi Hamaya, photographer; Susumu Hani, film director; Yoshio Hara, doctoral candidate in sociology; Saeko Ichinohe, dancer and choreographer; Masuo Ikeda, printmaker; Mitsuo Kano, printmaker; Yasuo Kazuki, painter; Yurichiro Kojiro, professor of architecture; Takehisa Kosugi, composer; Shin Kuno, artist; Sadamasa Motonaga, painter; Takeshi Muramatsu, writer and critic; Minoru Niizuma, sculptor; Daiyu Nishi, sculptor; Shinjiro Okamoto, painter; Morio Shinoda, industrial designer; Akiko Shirai, printmaker and lecturer in architecture; Hisao Sugahara, curator; Takashi Suzuki, editor; Hitoshi Tada, editor; Keisuke Tanaka, mosaicist; Shuntaro Tanikawa, poet and writer; Soichiro Tomioka, painter; Hideo Tomiyama, curator; Yoshiaki Tono, art critic; Shindo Tsuji, sculptor and ceramist; Masakazu Yamazaki, playwright, Masanobu Yoshimura, sculptor; Joji Yuasa, composer. From the United States: R. Miriam Brokaw, editor; Paul J.R. Desjardins, professor of philosophy; Yayoi Kusama, artist; Patricia Murray, translator; Meyer Schapiro, professor of art.
to provide for the production and distribution in the United States, in collaboration with NET-TV, of ten thirty-minute films of performances by Japanese artists