Videos from RESOBOX
Mayuko Okada walks through her art exhibit at RESOBOX.
Interview with Shoko Kazama
Renowned Japanese calligrapher Shoko Kazama discusses her exhibit at RESOBOX and the meaning of her pieces.
A display of RESOBOX's eclectic chopstick rests.
Live Jazz and Painting
A jazz composer and painter take us on a journey through the four seasons.
Nel Drip Coffee
A quick story of how Japanese coffee is traditionally made.
The opening of a RESOBOX exhibit emphasizing new takes on traditional Japanese architecture.
Gamno are Japanese tofu nuggets offered at a local vegan street fair.
A butoh performance - a controversial Japanese dance form - interpreting the story of the demon king Shuten-doji.
Peelander-Yellow painted an original piece on the walls of RESOBOX, from start to finish, in this video from 2015.
How to Cook Japanese Dumplings
Mitsuru Kita introduces gyoza, Japanese-style fried dumplings. They are filled with chopped meat and vegetables and sealed in thin sheets of dough.
Far East Near East
Ken Hamazaki performs a modern and exciting tea ceremony. Afterwards, Fighting in the Streets performs a high-energy set of some favorite video game classics.
RESOBOX is a place where people who are conversant with, dedicated to, and influenced by Japanese arts can gather, create innovative arts through the collaborative process and disseminate them to the world.
Have you ever been interested in ancient practices or simply intrigued by the Japanese culture? RESOBOX makes it easy for any beginner to expand their knowledge on things from the art of Bonsai to authentic Japanese cooking to Nihon Buyo dancing. Ten different classes are offered every week at all three locations.
Put your creative skills to the test and sign up for a class!