Ginza Events

October 7th (Friday) to 10th (Monday) “Celebration / 1st Anniversary Big Thanksgiving” will be held! Michelin Star Awarded “Ginza Onodera” “Rotating Sushi Ginza Onodera Main Store” and “Stuffed Sushi Ginza Onodera Main Store”

October 7th (Friday) to 10th (Monday) “Celebration / 1st Anniversary Big Thanksgiving” will be held! Michelin Star Awarded “Ginza Onodera” “Rotating Sushi Ginza Onodera Main Store” and “Stuffed Sushi Ginza Onodera Main Store”

Hospitality with 4 surprises with whole-hearted gratitude "Rotating Sushi Ginza Onodera Main Store" and "Tachiboku Sushi Ginza Onodera Main Store" operated by ONODERA Food Service Co., Ltd. will be open from Friday, October 7, 2022 to Monday, October 10, 2022. We will hold a “Celebration/Opening 1st Anniversary Big Thanksgiving”. With the slogan "From Ginza to the world", "Ginza Onodera" aims to introduce traditional Japanese cuisine such as sushi and tempura to the world. This history has now spread to 13 stores in 5 regions around the world, and 3 of them have earned a Michelin star, and have received worldwide acclaim. Among them, “Kawatenzushi Ginza Onodera Honten” and “Tachibokuzushi Ginza

ART AQUARIUM MUSEUM GINZA 〈Limited time〉Autumn Special Exhibition Held Autumn Colors, Halloween for Adults

September 30-October 31, 2022 ART AQUARIUM MUSEUM GINZA will hold a special autumn exhibition “Autumn Colors, Halloween for Adults” for a limited time from September 30th to October 31st, 2022. “Goldfish” x “Pumpkin” will be arranged in a playful space unique to Art Aquarium, and we will welcome everyone in autumn colors. Goldfish x Pumpkin! ? playful "Adult Halloween" at Art Aquarium Hanging pumpkin lanterns and ginkgo biloba were used to decorate the exhibition area for Chochin Rium, a work based on the motif of traditional Japanese lanterns known as festival lanterns. In a space covered in autumn-like ginkgo trees, the goldfish swimming like flickering lanterns and the faintly lit

See, know and experience! A dream festival of kimono and traditional culture “Kimono EXPO” will be held in October!

An event where you can learn about traditional Japanese culture while enjoying life in a kimono more casually <Tokyo/Osaka: free admission) Ginza Ichiri, a casual kimono specialty store that ships directly from the production area, will hold the Kimono EXPO, an event where you can casually experience the splendor and enjoyment of Japanese craftsmanship . In this event, starting with the popular "Japanese workshop" , there will be a "talk session" where artists and workshops from all over Japan will convey the charm of kimono, a "production area workshop experience" where you can actually experience traditional techniques, and your worries about kimono. We have prepared a variety of contents that

Ginza “RICOH ART GALLERY” “Teppei Kaneuji and Kenta Kobayashi duo exhibition Human Behavior” will be held from Saturday, October 8th

Teppei Kaneuji Sea and Pus (Photograph of Cat) #13 524 x 413mm (image) / 560 x 449mm (framed) UV inkjet print (Stare Reap 2.5 print) on acrylic board,polycarbonate RICOH ART GALLERY is pleased to present a two-person exhibition "Human Behavior" by Teppei Kaneuji and Kenta Kobayashi. Kenta Kobayashi Untitled (tentative title) / Untitled (tentative title) 650 x 435 mm (image) / 686 x 471 mm (framed) UV inkjet print (Stare Reap 2.5 print) on acrylic mirror board, framed Kobayashi will collaborate with Ricoh's printing technology "StareReap" for the first time since Kim's solo exhibition at Ricoh Art Gallery last year. In addition, the two announced a large-scale outdoor exhibition work

“Growing Town – Can we share clean energy?

Period: 2022/9/29 (Thu) – 2023/1/17 (Tue) Venue: METoA Ginza (Admission free) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (hereafter referred to as Mitsubishi Electric) will hold an event called "Growing Town – Can we share clean energy? Let's brighten the city together – ” will be held from Thursday, September 29, 2022. This event is a sustainable future city that realizes "local production for local consumption" of electricity by sharing clean energy such as solar power and wind power in the city through hands-on attractions using a large screen with a 4K projector. about can be experienced. From this time, the special exhibition area has been renewed, and it has become a place where

A stamp rally around four galleries in Ginza! Guidance of

garden inc. AD. Norito Shinmura D. Kosuke Mizoguchi Held from Saturday, October 1, 2022 to Saturday, December 24, 2022 We will hold a stamp rally project <Gin-Kuri> around four galleries that continue cultural activities in Ginza again this year. If you collect stamps at each exhibition during the period from Saturday, October 1, 2022 to Saturday, December 24, 2022, you will receive original goods. <Silver chestnut> will be the last event this time, but please come and join us. ・ Guidance of <silver chestnut> garden inc. AD. Norito Shinmura D. Kosuke Mizoguchi This is information on collaboration projects between four galleries that continue to carry out cultural activities in Ginza:

[Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore] A two-person exhibition by Takami Sakurai, who left a dramatic mark on Japanese postwar art history, and his son Kyowa Sakurai, “What created the Kyushu school, what was born from the Kyushu school” on October 8 Held from (Sat).

Angel and Paradise Series I-IV, Takami Sakurai, 1990s, linen and oil painting Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore (GINZASIX 6F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) will hold a two-person exhibition by Takami Sakurai and his son Kyowa Sakurai, "Things Created by the Kyushu School, Things Born from the Kyushu School" at the central event space GINZA ATRIUM in 2022. It will be held from October 8th (Sat) to October 19th (Wed). Angel and Paradise Series I-IV, Takami Sakurai, 1990s, linen and oil painting ·Overview At Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore, we are pleased to announce that the artist Takashi Sakurai (1928-2016) was a representative member of the avant-garde artist group "Kyushu-ha," which was based in Fukuoka and created

[Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore] An artist who expresses stories, Miyako Amushi, a solo exhibition “Great Tam Tam” will be held from Saturday, October 8th to Sunday, October 23rd.

At Ginza Tsutaya Bookstore (GINZA SIX 6F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo), a solo exhibition by Miyako Amagi will be held at FOAM CONTEMPORARY from Saturday, October 8th to Sunday, October 23rd. Please enjoy the world of stories created by mixing disturbing reality and fantasy. ·Overview Born in a secondhand bookstore, Miyako Amanoyu has been exposed to the magical power of stories since childhood. At Kyoto City University of Arts, I majored in dyeing and weaving, and I am engaged in creative activities using dyeing and weaving materials that are closely related to people's lives and culture. By expressing images reminiscent of illustrations using familiar materials such as cloth and leather instead of

A limited-time “edible flower shop” where you can experience “rose dessert” and “rose drink” while making flower bouquets will be held at re: ROSE Ginza from 9/23 (Fri) to 9/25 (Sun)

Seiichiro and NISHIZONO also offer limited-edition treats with rose butter sandwiches topped with rose jam. The Edible Flower Laboratory, which creates a “delicious flower experience” that goes beyond decoration, has collaborated with flower artist Masashi. Re:ROSE Ginza (Ginza 7-chome, Tokyo) "Eatery Flower boutique" where you can experience "rose sweets" and "rose drinks" while choosing your favorite flowers with a flower artist. It will be held at 7-12 Keida Building 1F). Three days from 9/23 (Friday) to 9/25 (Sunday). Until 12:00-21:30. Edible Flower Laboratory Official Website: https://eflab.jp/ Choose flowers, love them, and eat them. An experience to taste flowers using the five senses <br /> The Edible Flower Research Institute is

Mai Kishimoto Exhibition “Barometer 75” will be held at Ginza Mitsukoshi Main Building 7F Gallery! !

Mai Kishimoto's solo exhibition "Barometer 75" will be held from September 21 (Wednesday) to 26 (Monday) at the 7th floor gallery of the Ginza Mitsukoshi Main Building. Mai Kishimoto started drawing as a result of planning a program, and won the Excellence Award at the Seikyu Exhibition. In addition, he has frequently appeared as a new-generation art entertainer on the NTV series “Uchi no Gaya ga Sumimasen!” In the program, the work was sold for 1.1 million yen by Yuji Maeda, the president of SHOWROOM Co., Ltd. Mai Kishimoto, who says, "I paint by sensing the source of energy," said, "I think that the current corona era is neither too

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