Tokyo Art Beat is a cultural guide keeping residents, visitors and the world informed about Tokyo's art scene.
From artists to audiences, galleries to art museums, TAB helps everyone to rediscover the art and design in and around the city.
NPO GADAGO produces TAB so that the great Tokyo art scene can become a part of your lifestyle!
Information on the wealth of art and design events happening in Tokyo.
Bookmark events you want to see and receive email reminders.
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Mash-up TAB's event and venue data.
Bookmark TAB listings and search around the area with this convenient iOS / Android app.
Exclusive discounts on admission to museum exhibitions and art events in the Tokyo area, straight to your iPhone.
Reviews from TABlog writers, feature articles and interviews.
Tokyo Art Map
A pocket-sized free paper with 40 selected popular events.
What's So Special About TAB?
- Fully bilingual in both Japanese and English.
- Operated by an independent and neutral non-profit organization, listing democratically events at both large and small scale venues.
- Comprehensive, covering as much as possible all the diverse events happening in and around Tokyo.
Who We Are
Tokyo Art Beat is run by a core team of three members of staff, plus part-time translators. We also have teams of fantastic interns every four months, who edit event listings, as well as create their own projects. TAB is further supported by a body of generous volunteers, including our wonderful TABlog contributors and site developers.
About the Gadago NPO
Tokyo Art Beat is a free online service provided by the Non-Profit Organization Gadago NPO (Registered 2007-08-05 in Tokyo).
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Founders & Site Administrators:
Paul Baron, Olivier Thereaux, Kosuke Fujitaka
PR & Content Supervision:
Kaori Sakai, Xin Tahara, Chikako Soda
Jennifer Pastore, Emma Ota
Rie Yoshioka、William Andrews
Kazuhiro Matsuura, Paul Baron, Chris Palmieri, Jérôme Sadou, Patrice LaFlamme
And many thanks to:
Akiko Imaizumi, Gen Kanai, Raphaël Mazoyer, Jacob Simon, Arata Nomoto, Jun Kanai, Yoko Omori, Romain Daumont, Hanae Sakai, Hiroko Makuuchi, Hatsumi Izawa, Mitsuhiro Kokita, Yoshida Akiko, Tadafusa Honda, Jeffrey Ian Rosen, David d'Heilly, Aya Matsuura, Kaori Honda, Kosuke Sakai, Jim O'Connell, Chris Heathcote, Adam Greenfield, Yuji Miyazaki, Miho Aoki, Yukiko Nakano, Kohei Aida, Asaka Barsley, Andreas Bovens, Raye Fukuda, Hisako Hashimoto, Tetsuo Hashimoto, Haruna Hirose, Chiharu Hisaki, Yukito Inoue, Miho Kazama, Akiko Kogiso, Shigeo Kon, Satoko Koike, Hiroko Makuuchi, Kaori Matsumoto, Haruna Mizogaki, Yumie Morohoshi, Renna Okubo, Hiroo Otsuka, Kozue Ooyama, Takae Sato, Sang-Hi Suh, Bram Vanmeirhaeghe, Kanako Fujimoto, Yoshihiro Kanematsu, Tomomi Sasaki, Ai Kikuchi, Chris Kobayashi, Kevin McGue, Manami Kamikawa, Mari Mukai, Andreas Bovens, Christophe Sautot, Patrick Benny, Makoto Hashimoto, Ashley Rawlings, Mayuko Kohno, Nozomi Koga, Motoko Shima, Naoki Matsuyama, Juri Okuyama, Saka Matsushita, Chiaki Noji, Hanae Iwamoto, Yohei Ogawa, Mai Kito, Chika Yamasaki, Eimu Matsumoto, Leiko Dairokuno, Sayo Tomita, Akane Miki, Ayaka Sugiyama, Eri Takimoto, Yui Takeshima, Takashi Suzuki, Tatsuro Ide, Aoi Higuchi, Wataru Aoyama, Satoko Shimizu, Ai Kiyabu, Kohei Tsurumoto, Mari Hattori, Kana Koike, Emika Kono, Satoshi Ito, Yusuke Miki, Kumiko Nagaso, Erika Mori, Kaoru Wada, Darryl Jingwen Wee, William Andrews