ATELIER MUJI GINZA (Chuo-ku, Tokyo / MUJI Ginza store) will hold the "CREATIVE IMAGINATION" exhibition at Gallery 1 and 2 from December 17, 2021 (Friday) to February 20, 2022 (Sunday). I will do it.
Since 2011, MUJI has introduced the fun of local toys rooted in the region by putting them in cans as a lucky charm of Japan in order to bring them to many people.
Local toys are culturally based on the feelings born from the Japanese climate and lifestyle, such as praying for the rich fruit of crops and the healthy growth of children, worshiping ancestors, and the objects of worship that remain in the land. Even though it includes a background, it never forgets its loveliness and is still loved by people.
The Fukukan Project, which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, returned to the origin of this power rooted in Japanese culture at this milestone while deepening friendships with the makers of local toys that continue to produce in each region. I would like to reconsider with you the richness of the innocent manufacturing that produces local toys.
This exhibition "CREATIVE IMAGINATION" is an exhibition that discovers possibilities and hints for future manufacturing with a simple and pure driving force that is not just consumed.
I hope it helps to encourage new thinking.
ATELIER MUJI GINZA
MUJI and Lucky Goods Fukukan 10th Anniversary Project "CREATIVE IMAGINATION" Exhibition Period | December 17, 2021 (Friday) -February 20, 2022 (Sunday)
Time ｜ 11: 00-21: 00
* Business hours and closures are based on the store.
* Please check the ATELIER MUJI GINZA official website as the schedule may change, such as the session and time.
Venue ｜ MUJI Ginza 6F ATELIER MUJI GINZA Gallery 1 ・ 2 Free admission ｜ MUJI exhibit cooperation ｜ Takahashi Hashime Kobo, Tsutsumi no Hinakoya, Hongo Daruma shop, Good Job! Center Koshiba, Mizuno Kaju, EnKuudo , Agricultural union corporation Gokayama Washi, Toyama clay doll tradition society, Nakajima Menya Co., Ltd., Kijidokoro Sato, Nozawa folk art production company association, ancestor Sasano Ichitobori Takayama, folk art shop Bansho, Odashima folk art shop, Kobo Senso , Abo Masashi, Tosa Folk Art Store Chamami Gallery, Kusarusha, Takekumori Shoten Co., Ltd., Konoha Monkey Kiln, Eguchi Doll Store, Masahiro Takayanagi, Saga Ichishindo, Toy Road Works (in no particular order)
Production cooperation ｜ Tomomi Kawasaki, Michio Takeda, SARAVAH design, HIGHURE 17-15 cas, torinoko Co., Ltd.
Special thanks ｜ All the people involved in Fukukan
* Details of events related to this exhibition will be announced on the official website at any time.
* If the event is canceled or the content is changed due to various reasons, we will inform you on the official website and SNS.
ATELIER MUJI GINZA
MUJI Ginza 6F, 3-3-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Access ｜ Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Marunouchi Line / Hibiya Line "Ginza" Station Exit B4 3 minutes walk Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line "Ginza 1-chome" Station Exit 5 3 minutes walk
JR Yamanote Line "Yurakucho" Station Central Exit 5 minutes walk
ATELIER MUJI GINZA Official Website ｜ https://atelier.muji.com/jp/
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Twitter ｜ @ateliermuji
* Please note that fortune cans will not be sold at this exhibition venue.
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