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TOKYO LOVEHOTELS Vol.17 #SHINEONME

Live Performance: THE HILT @flyerrrmilesj @a._.valley @nair_b @monsieurjovoni Live Painting: MIWAXY @miwaxy Popups: GODA CLOTHING @godaclothing POCKET CONES @pocket_cones DS NECKLACES @enzoiwamura ROLLEN @rollen.clothing.tokyo TOKYO LOVEHOTELS @tokyolovehotels Experiences: ORGANIC TATTOO ARTS by RITIKA @ritika.af Popup Kitchen: BAHAMA KITCHEN @bahama_kitchen Exhibits: JIAIII RIN @jiaiii_revelation HARRY KAZAN @harry_kazan DAICHI @_dryart MIWAXY @miwaxy DJ: NOFLOWER @xnoflowerx OMOTEURA @omote.ura OLIVER SOUND SYSTEM @oliversoundsystem…

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Russell Maurice Tokyo Exhibition

London based artist Russell Maurice will be showcasing his “Post-Apocalyptic Future” exhibition at the SO1 gallery in Harajuku, Tokyo. Maurice is known for his eclectic style of combining painting, photography, collage work and other techniques to create a distinct pop world…

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UltraSuperNew Gallery: Hello/ enter

In effort to aid local artists in building networks outside of the country, UltraSuperNew Gallery has initiated the program Hello /enter. The exhibition is an experimentation on collaboration by artists based in Tokyo and Singapore where local artists from both…

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TOKYO LOVEHOTELS Vol.13 #ALLIWANT

?TOKYO LOVEHOTELS Vol.13? #ALLIWANT? Dec 21 (Sat) 5pm-11pm Sankeys PENTHOUSE ❤️Live Performance: LAURA @lauraribeiro.x ❤️Performance Art: GREBNELLAW @grebnellaw ❤️Live Drawing: AMY BRERETON @amybrereton ❤️Popups: HEATHXN @heathxnry CHIMY @i_am_chimy OUR DAILY LIFE @varpoll FINGER @finger_.official Y.L.E.M @elidemen TOKYOLOVEHOTELS @tokyolovehotels ❤️Experiences: Vintage…

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Korilakkuma Cafe: Inside the Mirror

Time has come for Sanrio’s beloved Rilakkuma‘s slightly smaller and slightly paler friend Korilakkuma to get some attention. Not very surprising located in the Tokyo area of cuteness Harajuku, “Korilakkuma Cafe: Inside the Mirror” combine the softness of bear plushies and software…

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Project 72 Steps: Go (5)

“Go” stands for the number five in Japanese, and it’s also the name of the first exhibition of the 72 STEPS project. It’s inspired by the tradition of tango-no-sekku (one of the five ceremonies of gosekku that were held at…

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