150 Years of Festivities

3331 Arts Chiyoda

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From the early Edo-period to the later period when the Chiyoda and Central wards would become the centers of urban Edo, the Sanno and Kanda Festivals were especially important to local area. In particular, Hie Shrine, as a major shrine of the Tokugawa Shogunate and home to protector god of the Kojimachi, Nihombashi, Kyobashi, and Ginza neighborhoods would play central role during the festivities in June. The exhibit highlights 150 years of history and culture of the neighborhoods and the festivities that were central to their existence.

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1. Talk: Kashira - The History of Edo Period Fire Brigades
Date and Time: 5/20 (Sun) 13:30-15:00
Venue: Arts Chiyoda 3331 1F Lounge
Capacity: 30 persons (reservations/first-come-first-served)
Fee: ¥1000

2. Workshop: Hayashi - Traditional Festival Music
Date and Time: 5/26 (Sat) 10:30-12:00
Venue: Arts Chiyoda 3331 1F Main Gallery B
Capacity: 20 persons (reservations/first-come-first-served)
Fee: Adults ¥1000, High School Students and under ¥500

3. Workshop: Making Children’s Outfits from Tenugui Hand Towels
Date and Time: 5/27 (Sun) 10:00-15:00
Venue: Arts Chiyoda 3331 1F Main Gallery B
Capacity: 20 persons (reservations/first-come-first-served)
Fee: ¥3000
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from May 19, 2018 to June 10, 2018
Exhibition Hours: 11:00-18:00

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