Join us as we take a tour around Japan’s Mt. Fuji. Yoshiko Furuse will give us an elegant dance of autumn. Then we’ll use the current Burns Archive exhibit as a jumping off point to share stories about Mt. Fuji, as well as tales from the past. Bring your own stories, too! We’ll have a little sake. And — since it’s Halloween — we’ll make a macabre venture into a place near Mt. Fuji that might not be so familiar.
For more about the exhibition, please visit Fujisan: Eternal Symbol of Japan.
Header Image Credit: AT THE TOP OF OLD JAPAN – Dramatic View of Mt. Fuji’s Summit, A hand-tinted lantern slide by T. ENAMI ca.1895-1915.