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Fabric Dyeing Festival

The areas around Myoshoji River was historically a place full of fabric dye factories. Located in Nakai and Ochiai west of Shinjuku until the 1950s, the factories dyed and printed kimono cloths. The fabric was then washed in the river and put outside to dry. As an artistic tribute…

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Mystery Planet

Hiromart Gallery is pleased to present Mystery Planet, a solo-exhibition of Yuka Goto, a Tokyo based artist. This time, the exhibition features new paintings and sculptures depicting her imaginary scenes of a cosmic future. Hours: 1 – 7 pm |…

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Exhibition of Saul Leiter

Bunkamura’s curators must have a penchant for seminal American photographer Saul Leiter. The museum held a full-scale retrospective of his work back in 2017. Leiter’s work returns to Shibuya once again with this exhibition unearthing some of the lensman’s rarer…

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Akira Art of Wall: Otomo Katsuhiro × Kosuke Kawamura

With a strong fanbase ever since its first publication in 1982, the seinen manga Akira continues to fascinate people of all ages. Until December 16 recently renewed Shibuya Parco‘s 4th floor stations a huge collage by artist Kosuke Kawamura. The…

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GRADATION Daikanyama

“GRADATION Daikanyama” is a pop-up exhibition showing Tokyo’s new cross-culture. At this event, works from artists such as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Daido Moriyama, and YOSHIROTTEN are being exhibited together with the cover work of “VOGUE Taiwan,” that photographer Leslie…

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artKYOTO 2019

ArtKYOTO gallery will be exhibiting work from throughout Japan’s history, including several works from renowned Western Impressionist style artists.

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Archives: Bauhaus

Minimalistic Muji’s flagship seven-story store in Ginza houses much more than just homeware, with two galleries as a part of the “Archives” series that offers an intimate look at one of Germany’s most influential art movements: Bauhaus.

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