Sakyo-ku, 606-8334 Kyoto
Tel: 075-771-6166 About Kampo
Cultural Center in NY is closed.Kampo
was founded in 1975 by Japanese Calligraphy Master Harada
also founder of the Japan Calligraphy Education
Foundation. Kampo Cultural Center in NY had
classes, world class recording
studios, special events, and an art
gallery/performance space until
it's closing in early 2010. Kampo-Bahal Gallery, which is
also closed, had Buddha
statues from Nepal, special performance events, concerts,
and film screenings. Kampo Studios in NY had world class
rooms, state of the
art equipment , and an excellent staff.The New
York location was in
Manhattan at 31 Bond St. Please
the links below (blue blocks) for further information.
Kampo Bahal Gallery in NYC is closed.
Please ignore all contact info contained within.
Please contact Kampo Cultural Center in Kyoto if you wish to
purchase any items etc.
from the President (May 17, 2010)
We are now shipping most of the studio equipment to Kampo Cultural
Center in Kyoto. Thank-you for helping and working together for a
We are trying to
keep the Kampo spirit going with the
staff, artists, and friends who met at Kampo on Bond Street.
Please keep communicating on the internet and tell everyone
what’s going on, and, send us any music
It will be nice to have our internet radio and tv up and running soon. See you in the future.