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  • poster for The World of Chaumet: The Art of Jewelry Since 1780

    The World of Chaumet: The Art of Jewelry Since 1780

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    • at Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Ends in 63 days

    The longest established jeweler on the exclusive Place Vendôme in Paris, Chaumet has shaped the face of elegance since its creation in 1780. From its origin as the official jeweler to Emperor Napoleon...More »

  • poster for The Meiji Era in Newspapers – Records and Memories of Modern Japan

    The Meiji Era in Newspapers – Records and Memories of Modern Japan

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    • at Newspark - The Japan Newspaper Museum
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Ends in 76 days

    With this year marking the 150th anniversary of the start of the Meiji period (1868–1912), the era during which Japan become a modernized nation, Newspark looks back on the important events of this period...More »

  • poster for  Selection of New and Elite Artists

    Selection of New and Elite Artists

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    • at Gallery Silkland
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Ends in 5 days

    There is no shortage of young artists pursuing the motifs of unseen senses, little questions from everyday life, the valuable scenes hidden in the far reaches of memory. However, eventually, at a certain...More »

  • poster for Hiroshi Masumura “Atagoal x Hokusai”

    Hiroshi Masumura “Atagoal x Hokusai”

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    • at The Sumida Hokusai Museum
    • in the Kiyosumi, Ryogoku area
    • Ends in 41 days

    Manga artist Hiroshi Masumura’s ‘ATAGAOL x Hokusai’ series depicts a utopian world where cats and humans live as equals. That purry ideal meets ukiyo-e master Katsushika Hokusai’s iconic works. Part...More »

  • poster for Mai Dobuchi Exhibition

    Mai Dobuchi Exhibition

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    • at Gallery Art Point
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Starts Today, Ends in 5 days
  • poster for Books as Crafts – Collection and Creativity from Yanagi’s Library

    Books as Crafts – Collection and Creativity from Yanagi’s Library

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    • at Japan Folk-Craft Museum
    • in the Shibuya area
    • Ends in 48 days

    For over 50 years, Muneyoshi Yanagi, the first chief curator of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum, collected various craft items, including antique books. This exhibition showcases books from the Muromachi...More »

  • poster for “Tanaka Isson: A Proudly Independent Painter who Loved Amami”

    “Tanaka Isson: A Proudly Independent Painter who Loved Amami”

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    • at Okada Museum Of Art
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Ends in 70 days

    In commemoration of the 110th year since his birth the Okada Museum of Art will for the first display its entire collection of works by Japanese-style painter Isson Tanaka. At age 50 Tanaka moved to Amami...More »

  • poster for Neo-Counter Shape Vol. 7 “7th Heaven”

    Neo-Counter Shape Vol. 7 “7th Heaven”

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    • at Shibuya Hikarie 8/ Cube 1, 2, 3
    • in the Shibuya area
    • Starts in 2 days

    The seventh annual exhibition of works by seven unique and edgy artists including Amore Hirosuke, whose visuals were featured at NHK’s Tokyo Jazz Festival (Shibuya), contemporary Ukiyo-e printmaker Tsubaki...More »

  • poster for Shukuro Habara Paintings – Fans and Calligraphy

    Shukuro Habara Paintings – Fans and Calligraphy

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    • at Totodo
    • in the Shibuya area
    • Ends in 12 days

    Displaying and selling fans and calligraphic paintings featuring primary colors and concrete poetry by the editor, educator, and designer Shukuro Habara, whose color schemes, arrangements, and humor bring...More »

  • poster for Spark: Once You Were Young

    Spark: Once You Were Young

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    • at Hoki Museum
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Ends in 125 days

    Presenting the work of 15 realist painters including Sosuke Morimoto, Hiroshi Noda, Toshiro Aoki, Fumihiko Gomi, Nobuyuki Shimamura, Osamu Obi, Toshihiro Ohata, Kenichiro Ishiguro, Ryo Shiotani, and Hiroki...More »

  • poster for The Prints of Kaii Higashiyama: Commemorating the 110th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

    The Prints of Kaii Higashiyama: Commemorating the 110th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

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    • at Isetan Shinjuku Store
    • in the Shinjuku area
    • Starts in 2 days

    Cultural Merit Award winner Kaii Higashiyama depicted not only landscapes in Japan but Europe as well, moving many with their beguiling sense of mystery. More »

  • poster for Dojima River Forum 10th Anniversary - Hiroshi Senju & Teamlab Special Collaborative Exhibition “Water”

    Dojima River Forum 10th Anniversary - Hiroshi Senju & Teamlab Special Collaborative Exhibition “Water”

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    • at Dojima River Forum
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Ends in 48 days

    Dojima River Forum opened on the banks of Dojima River in Osaka in 2008. In celebration of its 10th year, a collaborative exhibition between artist Hiroshi Senju and digital art group Teamlab will take...More »

  • poster for  Immortal Poets and Kohitsu Calligraphy

    Immortal Poets and Kohitsu Calligraphy

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    • at Idemitsu Museum of Arts
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Ends in 6 days

    Waka poetry is a symbol of aristocratic culture. During the Heian period, aristocrats expressed their feelings and aesthetics through poetry. Those selected as “Immortal Poets” were depicted in paintings,...More »

  • poster for Aiko Higuchi Exhibition

    Aiko Higuchi Exhibition

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    • at Shonandai Gallery Tokyo
    • in the Roppongi, Nogizaka area
    • Ends Today

    Aiko Higuchi’s vibrantly colored Nihonga paintings featuring mythological characters reflect her interest in the relationship between Japanese gods and the religions and cultures of places such as India...More »

  • poster for Depicting Water - Hiroshige’s Rain, Gyokudō’s Brooks, and Togyū’s Maelstroms

    Depicting Water - Hiroshige’s Rain, Gyokudō’s Brooks, and Togyū’s Maelstroms

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    • at Yamatane Museum of Art
    • in the Ebisu, Daikanyama area
    • Ends in 52 days

    In September 2018, the world’s experts on water will gather at the International Water Association (IWA) Water Congress. As the world’s attention turns to the water environment this summer, Yamatane Museum...More »

  • poster for The Rinpa “Koetsu and Korin”

    The Rinpa “Koetsu and Korin”

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    • at MOA Museum of Art
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Ends tomorrow

    The Rinpa School is unique in that, unlike other schools such as Kano and Tosa, the heritage was perpetuated not through familial lines or clan-retainership, but by those who had affinity with the style....More »

  • poster for Children in Ukiyo-e and the Modernization of Japan

    Children in Ukiyo-e and the Modernization of Japan

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    • at Ashikaga Museum of Art
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Ends in 48 days

    The children depicted in ukiyo-e woodblock prints tell us much about the atmosphere of the times. The ukiyo-e of the Meiji period depicts children living their lives to the fullest during a time of much...More »

  • poster for Motion and Quiet

    Motion and Quiet

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    • at Hara Museum Arc (Gunma)
    • in the Greater Tokyo area
    • Ends in 76 days

    Regardless of East or West, artists have long depicted movement in immovable paintings and sculptures. At the same time, they have also emphasized the immovable quality of objects. This exhibition selects...More »

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