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A Quarter-Century of Japan Media Arts Festival

Warehouse Terrada B&C Hall


Motoshi Chikamori, Maywa Denki, Sachiko Kodama + Minako Takeno, Keiko Kimoto, Jean-Gabriel Periot, Ei Wada, Ryota Kuwakubo, Seiko Mikami, Ai Hasegawa, Daito Manabe / Motoi Ishibashi et al.
In order to promote the creation and development of media arts, the Agency for Cultural Affairs has been holding the Japan Media Arts Festival since 1997, honoring outstanding work in the four categories of art, entertainment, animation, and manga, and providing opportunities to view award-winning work.

In the mid-1990s, when the first Japan Media Arts Festival was held, computers and the Internet were just beginning to be recognized by the general public, and the Japan Media Arts Festival was born as a place to foster new expressions using cutting-edge digital technology.

In the 25 years since then, a wide range of work has received awards. While each of the four categories of the festival has its own unique origins, the work in each category influences each other, and the exhibition of award-winning works brings together expressions that reflect the times.

This exhibition, held on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Japan Media Arts Festival, looks back over the 25 years of the Japan Media Arts Festival by presenting a selection of award-winning work from previous years that show the changes in society and technology and the diversity of expression in media arts.


Feb 4 (Sat) 2023-Feb 14 (Tue) 2023 

Opening Hours Information

Closes at 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays.
Closed on February 7.
VenueWarehouse Terrada B&C Hall
Location2-1-3 Higashishinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002
Access5 minute walk from Tennozu Isle Station on the Tokyo Monorail line, 4 minute walk from Tennozu Isle Station on the Rinkai line. From JR Shinagawa station, take the Toei #98 bus and get off at Shintoukaibashi. The venue is 3 minute walk from there.
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