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ROSES AND CASTLES IX 

Roses and Castles is a monthly event which brings together several Artists, Photographers, Musicians and DJs to celebrate art, music and culture. The platform provides an avenue for the incredible talents residing in Tokyo to network, earn from their creativity…

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Tokyo Contemporary Art Award 2020-2022 Exhibition

Since 2018, Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) have been organizing the Tokyo Contemporary Art Award (TCAA) for mid-career artists in Japan with the aim of assisting their further progress through continuous support over several years. The…

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Naoki Honjo: (Un)real Utopia

Honjo Naoki is a photographer known for his unique style of shooting cities like a diorama with tilt-shift photography using a 4 x 5 camera. His work, like a miniature world, questions us what reality and fiction about our world…

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Medieval Warrior Groups Exhibition

Medieval warriors were not only hereditary professional warriors but also lords of local communities. How did they rule their communities? In this exhibition, we explore medieval warrior groups as ruling organizations and present facts about their regional rule, based on…

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The Hosokawa Lords and the Matsui Family

The Hosokawa family boasted a long history as influential feudal lords until the end of the Edo period. While many feudal families were doomed to ruin, the Hosokawa family survived the turbulent period which included multiple leadership changes. One factor…

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Morimura Yasumasa Exhibition

As part of Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art’s first anniversary exhibition, the museum is pleased to present a solo exhibition “My Self-Portraits as a Theater of Labyrinths” by Morimura Yasumasa (born in Osaka, 1951-), one of Japan’s leading contemporary artists….

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Geneses of Photography in Japan: Hakodate

The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum will hold Geneses of in Japan: Hakodate, the second installment of a series of exhibitions that reconstructs the late Edo period through the Meiji period of Japan’s history based on early photographs taken in the…

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Light as Medium: The TOP Collection

Mar. 2—Jun. 5, 2022 Closed Mondays (However, Mar 21, and May 2, are open), Mar 22. Admission: Adults ¥600 / College Students ¥480 / High School and Junior High School Students, Over 65 ¥300. *Admission is free for grade school…

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The Saint Kūya and Rokuharamitsuji Temple

The year 2022 marks the 1050th anniversary of the death of the Buddhist saint Kūya. The oldest surviving sculpture of Kūya is said to be the principal image of Rokuharamitsuji Temple (called Saikōji Temple at the time of its founding)…

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