[Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore] Kurahashi Rei’s exhibition “Sweet Time” will be held from May 29th (Monday). The retro and adorable works will be exhibited, centering on new works with the theme of “12-month-old girl and sweets”.

At Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore (GINZA SIX 6F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo), Kurahashirei's exhibition "Sweet Time" will be held from May 29th (Monday) to June 25th (Sunday), 2023. In addition to 12 new works with the theme of “12-month girl and sweets”, “PISTACHIOMANIA” sweets with Shirei Kurahashi’s works on the package, and illustrations on the fabric. We will also exhibit and sell the tote bags of "Tsukurie" that have become.

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Shirei Kurahashi is active in a wide range of fields, from illustrations for books and picture books to illustrations for confectionery packages.
The works, which are drawn with a simple yet lovely touch, have the atmosphere of overseas sweets packaging, and are somewhat nostalgic and heartwarming.
In this exhibition, we will exhibit 12 new works with the theme of “12-month girls and sweets”, which are drawn with the image of each month of the 12 months. In addition, there are A4 size reproductions and prints, sweets from “PISTACHIOMANIA” where Kurahashi Rei handles package illustrations, “Tsukrie” tote bags with the world view of the illustration as the fabric, etc. will be expanded as well.
Adorable girls with various expressions and sweets that make you want to eat them. Please enjoy a moment of healing with a cute world view that will make your heart dance.

・Work introduction

◆ New works (12 types in total)

Artist name|Kuraha Shirei Price|44,000 yen (tax included)
Paper size|H424×W348mm
Frame size|H440mm×W364mm×D22mm
Material|Giclee print Amount: Wooden sign|Available Sales|Made to order. Reception will start from 10:30 on May 29 (Monday) at stores and online stores.
Delivery|Scheduled for late July

◆ Reproduction original work

Title|"Strawberry Day"
Artist name|Kuraha Shirei Price|19,800 yen (tax included)
Original size|H303mm×W242mm
Frame size|H320×W260×D14mm
Material | Giclee print Amount: Wooden sign | About sales |

◆ "PISTACHIOMANIA" Sweets <br /> Finely chopped pistachios and Italian pistachio paste are baked on a langue de chat dough rich in the scent of butter, and a thick original milk chocolate is sandwiched between them. increase.

Product Name | Weekend Pistachio Price for 6 pieces | 2,376 yen (tax included)
Size | Exterior size: H131 x W198 x D45mm
Ingredients|Semi-chocolate (sugar, vegetable oil, whole milk powder, cocoa powder, cocoa mass) (manufactured in Japan), foods made mainly from flour, sugar, milk, maltose, processed nuts (pistachio paste), fermented butter, margarine , pistachio nuts, skimmed milk powder, dried egg white, salt/emulsifier, flavoring, coloring (yellow 4, blue 1, carotene), (contains some wheat, eggs, milk ingredients, soybeans)
About sales | Sales start at 10:30 on May 29 (Monday) at stores.

◆Tsukrie Tote Bag <br /> A tote bag large enough to easily hold a lunch box or a drink bottle. The size is easy to use as a petite bag for walking.
※With inner pocket inside

Product name | “Kurahashi Rei Lunch Tote Bag Children”
Price | 2,420 yen (tax included)
Size | (Approx.) H240 x W260 x D120mm / 100% cotton
About sales | Sales start at 10:30 on May 29 (Monday) at stores.

* Please check the store or online for other development works.

・About sales

Sales will begin at 10:30 on May 29 (Monday) at Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore.
* Only new works will be accepted for order production at stores and online.

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・Artist profile

Shirei Kurahashi Born in Gifu Prefecture. Covers and illustrations for magazines and general books, as well as illustrations for original miscellaneous goods. Picture books include "Remy's Drawer" (written by Rin Saito, written by Ukimaru/Shogakukan), "King's Sweets" (written by Mutsumi Ishii/Sekai Bunkasha), "Shima-san and Konekone Hamburg" (written by Shima Tasan, Yoshimi Kusaba/Kawade Shobo Shinsha). Works include "Otegami BOOK" (Sekaibunkasha).

・Exhibition details

Shirei Kurahashi Exhibition “Sweet Time”
Period | May 29 (Mon) to June 25 (Sun), 2023
Venue | Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore Travel Section Organized by Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore Inquiries | 03-3575-7755 (during business hours) / info.ginza@ccc.co.jp
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