The Work of Yukio Yoshioka— Colors and the Japanese Calendar

Nihonbashi Takashimaya 8F Hall

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Presenting the works of Yukio Yoshioka, a fifth generation artisan reviving the traditional colors of Japanese plant-based dyeing. Focusing on “the Japanese calendar”, these works express the beautiful colors of the four seasons in Japan and the colors and forms found in nature. Imbued with the hues of the Japanese landscape and representing the twelve months of both the modern and traditional calendars, handmade stoles, bags, and other works, as well as Yoshioka’s writings, are on display and for sale.

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from May 21, 2014 to May 26, 2014 at 18:00

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Yukio Yoshioka

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