Mitsuko Castle


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  • Paula – a remembrance 1. May 2019

    Die Erlebnisse von Krieg, Gewalt und Rassismus begegneten Prof. Heinrich Johann Radeloff paradigmatic in the death of his schoolmate Paula and another 22 people. above this he wrote a requiem, which was set to music by Henning Schmiedt in 2004/05 and premiered in Berlin and Bremen. The rbb recorded this work. It is still available in the Neuklang catalogue of Bauer Studios . Out of these thoughts and experiences, Prof. Radeloff took a stone in the forest near Cammin near Laage to set a sign against war, violence and racism, many following his example and laying small stones around, so that the obelisk stands in the middle of a hill […]

  • Of Lights and False Lights – Land ART in the Japanese Grove

    From Sunday, December 2, 2018, a special light art can be seen in Ralph Tepel's grove with little artificial light and bright lyrically reminiscent of false lights. You can interact with the effects themselves by lighting the light rods with your smartphone or flashlight, then the glow is amplified because they only store the daylight for the night and then release it… Experience the grove in a completely different way than during the day. The installation can be seen until the beginning of the new year. Open on weekends in the evening from nightfall. Bring flashlights and sturdy footwear for your safety. The paths may also be slippery. Walking the […]

  • From silks, blades and vessels… – the Radeloff Collection

    The exhibition runs until 03. March 2019. Until 30.11.2018 it can be seen at the usual opening hours Saturday and Sunday 1-5 pm. (From 30.11. it is only open by appointment.) On 15.09.2018 at 3 p.m. the exhibition opens, which shows the diversity of the Radeloff Collection.

  • 100 years premiere of Beethoven's 9. Symphony Remember DAIKU

    Daiku – 100 years premiere of Beethoven's 9. Symphony in Japan   The concert had to be postponed to 03.10.2018 at 11 a.m. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the premiere of Beethoven's 9th Symphony at the Bando POW camp in Japan by German soldiers, the Japanese Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan have asked institutions and German-Japanese societies to participate in the official commemorative events Can. For this we have won the improvisational ensemble ADAM NOIDLT MISSILES, which has already played at documenta 8, in many European museums (most recently Ludwig-Forum, Lehmbruck-Museum…), an improvisational concert on the themes of the 9th century. Beethoven's symphony […]

  • The Way of Tea – Traditional Tea Ceremony 2018

    On 08. September 2018, the tea masters from Kanagawa (Japan) from the Urasenke Tea School will be guests. They will perform a traditional tea ceremony at 2 and 4 p.m. Tea master Okada travels specifically to Mecklenburg and brings the tea used directly from the growing area. Visitors to the castle are cordially invited to the Chado. In order to cover the costs, a contribution of 5 euros (plus entrance castle). Further information on the tea trail can be found on the pages of the Urasenke Tea School at  

  • Hiroshima Commemoration 06. August 2018

    Hiroshima Memorial Day 06.08.2018

  • Tokugawa Martial Arts 07. July 2018

    Tokugawa Martial Arts on July 7, 2018, 3 p.m. The German-Japanese grove in Todendorf is a peaceful place of contemplation and reflection – it is dedicated to the fine arts. But once a year the Katana are drawn here, in the fight man against man: On the 7th. July 2018 we have the Tokugawa group of the martial arts department of PSV Cottbus '90 e.V. at Mitsuko Castle. The sword-fighting disciplines of the Samurai have many followers in Cottbus. Let yourself be shaken by the hissing of swords – this Saturday in the German-Japanese Grove to Todendorf is combative. The event starts at 3 p.m. in the German-Japanese Grove. Admission: […]

  • 2018 Tanabata

    Tanabata Celebrated on the seventh evening in the seventh month. On this day, the two stars Wega (starry image Leier) and Altair (star image Adler) meet in the sky. They are not separated by the Milky Way. The mythological narrative, originally from China and behind the tanabata festival, is in a nutshell: "Orihime, the daughter of the heavenly god, was a hard-working weaver. In order to give her a change from work, she was married by her father to the cattle herder Hikoboshi. They were so in love that they both forgot about their work – the cattle got sick and the heavenly god didn't get any new clothes. He was […]

  • Midsummer-Remise 23. June 2018

    Midsummer-Remise 2018, 23. June 2018, from 3 p.m. The (almost) shortest night of the year becomes the longest day. Midsummer Remise on 23. June 2018. In Mitsuko Castle, we invite visitors to guided tours of the castle and the German-Japanese grove between 3 and 10 p.m. as well as to a small tea ceremony with stimulating matcha, a Japanese tea specialty from the famous Uji growing area near Kyoto. In the stone oven under the lime tree in the grove, Okonomi Yaki, a Japanese snack from the hot tin, is prepared for our guests from 4 p.m. At 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., visitors can experience the sound performance of […]

  • Ways to Simplicity 14

    Finissage of the exhibition "Ways to Simplicity 14" on 08. September 2018 from 2 p.m. Exhibition "Ways to Simplicity", was published on 19 May. May 2018 opened and runs until 08. September 2018