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[Seiko House Ginza Hall (formerly Wako Hall)] “Wako Saijiki Spelled with Art” will be held from December 14th (Thursday)

[Seiko House Ginza Hall (formerly Wako Hall)] “Wako Saijiki Spelled with Art” will be held from December 14th (Thursday)

Introducing works by 13 notable artists from various fields of arts and crafts. Seiko House Ginza Hall will hold "Wako Saijiki Written in Art" from December 14th (Thursday) to December 25th (Monday). Please spend a moment with heart-dancing art in Ginza at the end of the year. This exhibition, which introduces notable artists from various fields of arts and crafts in hopes of good luck in the new year, will be held for the fifth time this year. A total of over 400 works created by 13 people active in ceramics, lacquer art, glass, painting, dyeing and weaving, sculpture, and metalwork, including works related to next year's zodiac sign "Dragon"

New ceramic Buddhas and Buddhist utensils are on display. Ryusuke Asai’s exhibition “A glimpse of the divine inhabiting the universe” is currently being held in Ginza

Saturday, November 11, 2023 – Friday, November 24, 2023 11:00-19:00 (closes at 17:00 on the last day) Closed on Tuesdays / Free admission Venue: Gallery Zushiya Gallery Zushiya (Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo), which guides you through various forms of prayer, is holding an exhibition by Ryusuke Asai, a potter and calligrapher, titled “A glimpse of the universe where God dwells'' until November 24th (Friday). I am. Ryusuke Asai Exhibition “A glimpse of the divine universe” Saturday, November 11, 2023 – Friday, November 24, 2023 11:00-19:00 (closes at 17:00 on the last day) Closed on Tuesdays / Free admission Venue: Gallery Zushiya [B1F, Ginza 105 Building, 1-4-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo] TEL: 03-3538-5118

Announcement of “43rd Traditional Culture Pola Award ‘Award Winners Memorial Exhibition -Birth-‘”

A commemorative exhibition introducing the Excellence Awards (2), Encouragement Awards (2), and Regional Awards (4) awarded at the 43rd Pola Traditional Culture Awards. The Pola Foundation for the Promotion of Traditional Culture, a public interest incorporated foundation, will hold a commemorative exhibition to introduce the winners of the 2021 Pola Traditional Culture Award, which is part of its business. [43rd Traditional Culture Pola Award Winners Memorial Exhibition -Birth-] ◆Period: Wednesday, December 13, 2023 – Wednesday, December 27, 2023 11:00-19:00 (Admission until 18:30) ◆Venue: POLA Museum Annex (3F, POLA Ginza Building, 1-7-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) ◆Free admission The “Pola Traditional Culture Award'' is given to individuals and groups who have contributed

Welcome to the Kabukiza Theater! Kabukiza Gallery Special Exhibition “Welcome to the Kabukiza Theater.”

Shochiku Co., Ltd. will hold an inbound-friendly special exhibition “Welcome to Kabukiza” from Sunday, November 19, 2023. [Event overview] Venue Kabukiza Gallery (Kabukiza Tower 5th floor) Event period: November 19th (Sunday) to November 25th (Saturday), 2023 Business hours 10:30~17:30 (last entry 17:00) Free admission Recently, as movement restrictions have been eased due to the new coronavirus becoming a Type 5 infectious disease, Kabuki-za has been receiving a lot of visitors not only from Japan but also from overseas. “Everyday life” has returned, albeit slowly. We would like to take this opportunity to hold this exhibition in order to provide domestic and international audiences with the opportunity to further understand Kabuki

Currently being held at the Japanese Art Direction Exhibition [Ginza Graphic Gallery]

Ginza Graphic Gallery 398th Special Exhibition Award-winning works and excellent works selected through strict screening by ADC (Tokyo Art Directors Club) members. Exhibited at Ginza Graphic Gallery (GGG). Until last year, it was held at two venues: GGG [member's works] and G8 [general works], but from this year it will only be held at GGG. The event will last until Thursday, November 30, 2023, so don't miss it. ・Exhibition information Design Noriaki Hayashi ADC (official name: Tokyo Art Directors Club) was formed in 1952 and is comprised of 80 art directors representing Japan. The annual public exhibition in which all members act as judges is the Japan Art Direction Exhibition,

[Seiko House Ginza Hall (formerly Wako Hall)] “Kazu Yoneda and Fumi Yoneda Ceramics Exhibition – Shapes of the Wild, Shapes of Dreams” will be held from November 30th (Thursday)

The second two-person exhibition will be held in Wako by mother and daughter Kazu Yoneda and Aya Yoneda, ceramic artists living in Ishikawa Prefecture. Seiko House Ginza Hall will hold the "Kazu Yoneda and Fumi Yoneda Ceramics Exhibition – Forms of the Wild, Forms of Dreams" from November 30th (Thursday) to December 10th (Sunday). Her mother, Kazu Yoneda, who is a regular member of the Japan Crafts Association, primarily uses black drawings to create motifs of natural flowers and birds on pottery made using a potter's wheel. In addition to his large-scale pots and bowls, this exhibition will also feature personal cups that transform everyday life into heart-pounding moments, as

Anxious and adorable. zukky solo exhibition “Beyond my head” held at Ginza Gallery Voyage

The exhibition focuses on acrylic paintings and watercolor paintings. Goods will also be on sale. A solo exhibition by Zukky, a young artist who is currently attracting attention, will be held from November 8th (Wednesday) to November 21st (Tuesday), 2023 at Gallery Voyage, which is located a 1-minute walk from the exit of Ginza subway station. It will be held until. [Exhibition contents] Zukky's worldview is characterized by "pretty girls." The title of the solo exhibition is "Beyond My Head." Zukky is very popular on SNS. In a space where imagination and creativity born from the artist's own daily life and emotions expand, A lovable character full of anxiety will

The TV anime “My Happy Marriage” exhibition will be held at Matsuya Ginza in January 2024!

KADOKAWA Co., Ltd. will be hosting the TV anime “My Happy Day” from January 5th (Friday) to January 23rd (Tuesday), 2024 at the event square on the 8th floor of “Matsuya Ginza” located in Chuo-ku, Tokyo. We will be holding an exhibition entitled "Marriage". The TV anime “My Happy Marriage” will be broadcast from July 2023, and a second season has also been decided. At long last, we have decided to hold a special exhibition. This special exhibition focuses on Miyo and Kiyoka, and includes newly recorded character voices, the Kudo family's study where they met, the combs they gave each other, and actual braided cords. With a large screen

Illuminations in collaboration with Disney’s 100th anniversary movie “Wish” will appear in Tokyo Midtown Hibiya! HIBIYA Magic Time Illumination 2023

Period: November 16, 2023 (Thursday) – December 25, 2023 (Monday) *Other illuminations will be available until February 14, 2024 (Wednesday) Tokyo Midtown Hibiya (Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Operator: Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.) will be hosting an event based on the concept of "magical moments" from Thursday, November 16, 2023 to Wednesday, February 14, 2024. “HIBIYA Magic Time Illumination 2023” will be held. This year's theme is "BEST WISHES," and we hope to bring a brighter future to our daily lives in an unstable world. In addition, from the start of the event until Christmas, from November 16, 2023 (Thursday) to December 25, 2023 (Monday), special Christmas illuminations will be held in

[Noevir Ginza Gallery] Master of 20th century graphic design “Cassandre Poster Exhibition” held

Date: November 6, 2023 – January 12, 2024 Cassandre (1901-1968) was a graphic designer representing the 20th century who was born in Ukraine and active in France. In particular, the dynamic posters he produced in the 1920s and 1930s had a great impact as pioneering expressions of the times. Railways and luxury cruise ships are the subject matter, and you can feel the heartbeat of an era brought about by technological innovation. [Master of 20th century graphic design “Cassandre Poster Exhibition”] Free admission Period: November 6, 2023 (Monday) to January 12, 2024 (Friday) Event time: 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Venue: Noevir Ginza Gallery (Noevir Ginza Building 1F) Sponsor: Noevir