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Makoto Wada Exhibition

Makoto Wada (1936–2019) is widely known as an illustrator and graphic designer but he also spanned the mediums of film, essays, music composition, animation and art direction. His work spanned numerous disciplines and the breadth of his creations is endless….

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Masanobu Sakakibara: Standby

Hiromart Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of “Standby” – the second solo exhibition featuring the new paintings of artist Masanobu Sakakibara. Drawing inspiration from video game images from childhood, Sakakibara depicts imaginary scenes with rich, deep colors, as…

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TOKYO LOVEHOTELS Vol.23 #TIMEWILLTELL

Art-event organization Tokyo LoveHotels is back with another event, Vol.23 #TIMEWILLTELL. Prepare for a night of art, music, and experiences with local and international talents – all under one roof. Covid-19 restrictions and policies apply.   Oct 2nd (Sat) 2pm-8pm…

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Basho: The Unchanging and the Ever-changing

Kakimori Bunko (Itami City, Hyogo Prefecture) was founded in 1982 with a view to store and preserve the collection of haiku poetry amassed by Okada Rihei (1892-1982), the 22nd head of the Okada family. The Okadas have been engaged in sake brewery for…

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Kawase Hasui: Travel and Nostalgic Landscape

A retrospective exhibition of the woodblock print artist Hasui Kawase (1883-1957), who was active during the Taisho and Showa eras. Hasui was inspired by breezes, and spent his days travelling with the sun, clouds, and rain, painting the scenery of…

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Hideaki Anno Exhibition

Anno Hideaki ’s latest film Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon A Time was a blockbuster success, drawing millions of viewers and box office of takings of  over 10 billion yen. This exhibition showcases the director’s past works, including those he was…

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The Nature of Things Art Exhibition

Tokyo Art Studio, a gallery in the heart of Minami Azabu, proudly presents their  second group exhibition featuring the work of artists with strong roots in Japan. Featuring 70 artworks by 9  emerging and established artists, the exhibition runs from…

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M Festival 2021

Volume 2 of M Festival will take place this September 25 and 26. M Festival—The Myoko Mountain Music Festival— is Japan’s newest outdoor festival. Promoting world class music, sustainability, art, and an outdoor lifestyle, M Festival aims to bring people…

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