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The History of Sport in Japan

From the Edo Period to the Tokyo Olympics This exhibition looks at the history of sports in Japan, from the games of the Edo era to the gradual acceptance and popularization of modern sports in the Meiji era, all the…

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Le Corbusier and the Age of Purism

For its 60th birthday, The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo is hosting a comprehensive exhibition dedicated to one of the world’s best known modern architects, Le Corbusier — who designed the actual museum itself. Le Corbusier published a manifesto…

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Starting Points: Japanese Art of the ’80s

Japan in the 1980s bore witness to movements that urged the reinstatement of painting and sculpture. The result was a movement dubbed “New Painting” which was characterized by vibrant colors and dynamic brushstrokes that reflected the flourishing economic circumstances of…

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Holiday activities for one and all

The winter holidays are fast approaching. If you’re looking for adrenalin-fuelled excursions or events with stunning views, we have you covered here with our mini-guide to enjoying a fun-filled winter break.

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