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What's OnExclusive offer for London East Asia Film Festival at Japan Centre

Don’t miss this exclusive offer and pick-up your favourite Japanese goods to celebrate London East Asia Film Festival summer screenings in Leicester Square
  • Dates 27/07/2019 - 27/07/2019
  • Location 35b Panton Street, SW1 4EA
  • Price ££
Discover London's Japan CentreWhy not take a trip to the Panton Street store to pick-up all your Japanese essentials before pulling up a deck chair in the square?To celebrate the London East Asia Film Festival’s open-air summer screenings in Leicester Square, Japan Centre are offering you 20% off in store when you spend £20 or more, available from 27th – 28th July 2019.As you walk through the traditional Japanese entrance past the yatai stall, down to the depachika, prepare to be delighted as you discover a unique dining and shopping experience.Armed with all your favourite Japanese goods, you’ll be ready to sit back and relax watching a host of East Asia films in London’s home of film!Want to find out more about LEAFF?The London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) returns to London’s West End at the end of October 2019. Keep an eye on our What’s on page, as the full date will be announced shortly.Until then, don’t miss the exclusive summer special marking pre-film festival season.This weekend LEAFF launches its first free open-air screening weekend to celebrate the centenary of Korean cinema. Eight East Asian family favourites will be screened during the weekend-long event.Plus, get ready for the fantastic UK Premiere screening of Korean animation PORORO: TREASURE ISLAND ADVENTURE (2019).Tap below to find out more about LEAFF’s summer screenings!

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