Picture of Kampo Logo
Kampo Cultural Center
in New York is closed.
(see old NY studio link and statement at the bottom)

CALLIGRAPHY CLASSES IN NY (click link)

Kampo Studios in Kyoto is closed for now. It may reopen in the future in a different location.

Please scroll down and click on the links below for more information.

          KAMPO CULTURAL CENTER (click link)


CALLIGRAPHY CLASSES IN NY (click link)

KYOTO JOURNAL (click link)

CALLIGRAPHY BOOKS (click link)

KAMPO PRODUCTS (click link)

KAMPO ARTCRAFT (click link)

Cafe / Gallery Rokujian (click link)


NY Information

Kampo in NY is closed.

Please do not contact to book sessions or solicit business.

contact: Mick Oakleaf

email: mick@kampo.com

web: www.kampo.com (English)    


                                                          
Kyoto Information

email: kampoculturalcenter@kampo.co.jp

web: www.kampo.co.jp (English and Japanese)

                                                      
mail: 35 Minami-gosho machi,
Okazaki, Sakyo-ku,
Kyoto, JAPAN
606-8334
   
 
About Kampo

Kampo Cultural Center in NY is closed. Kampo was founded in 1975 by Japanese Calligraphy Master Harada Kampo Soshi,
also founder
of the Japan Calligraphy Education Foundation. Kampo Cultural Center  in NY had calligraphy
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, meditation
classes, 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 click the links below  for further information.

 
FounderPurpose
Education Publication
Kampo Hall
Kampo College
Home

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CLOSED



Closing Statement 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 long time.
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 or images.
It will be nice to have our internet radio and tv up
and running soon. See you in the future.

                                                                                                                               
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