The Mirror— Hold the Mirror Up to Nature

The Mirror

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Near Wako in Ginza 4-Chome, there is a pre-war building known as the Nagoya Shoko Kaikan (Nagoya Commerce and Industry Center). The name has been changed to “The Mirror” ahead of its demolition. In autumn 2014, it will shine the light of truth.
In “Hamlet,” Shakespeare asserts that drama (art) is a mirror onto the world. This space in Ginza mirrors truth to a new generation, reflecting reality, the spirit, emotion, secrets, revelations, the supernatural, and the true essence of humanity. The series of seminars held here are to be rays of light in a chaotic world amid dramatically changing times.

Admission by reservation only.

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from October 16, 2014 to November 16, 2014
Exhibition Hours: 13:00-21:00

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