Event places for enjoying the moment.
Takeshiba Minga Festa
"Takeshiba Marine-Gateway Minato Council" is an organization that was born for various companies, schools, and Minato Wards related to Takeshiba to join forces. In order to make Takeshiba a nicer city than ever before, we are working on new things every day. In 2020, we decided to hold "Takeshiba Mana to Festa" to let many people know about takeshiba, which began to change in 2020. Please come by all means! ! 【Program】 ・ Event to convey the charm of tokyo island ・ Boat transport tour around the canal and Tokyo Bay ・ Theme-based talk show to think about the town of Takeshiba ・ Takeshiba Tidal Flat Event & Waters Takeshiba Marche Other * Some events such as boat tours and talk shows are made by hp advance application. * For some events, the number of people will be limited. * The contents may be partially changed depending on the situation of the new coronavirus. For details and the latest information, please check the official website from the following URL.
Playable Week 1st Anniversary Event at Takawa Gateway Station
"Playable Week" is an event aimed at bringing you into contact with the urban development around Takawa Gateway Station, which is being promoted as the Shinagawa Development Project (Phase I) to commemorate the first anniversary of the opening of Takawa Gateway Station on March 14. In order to experience the sustainable, diversity, playable, and other values that are important in urban development, we will deliver various measures under the TokyoYard PROJECT as event content through co-creation initiatives with various partners. In addition, each content is mainly non-face-to-face and non-contact content by utilizing online tools and robots. 【Event Content】 OUT IN JAPAN / Photo Exhibition TRY! Mapping! / Around Takawa Gateway Station Takawa Gateway Station Poke Marche - Robot demonstration at Takawa Gateway Station Station Piano Vases and sustainable trees that do not wither Others For details of each content, please check the TokyoYard PROJECT official note from the following URL. * Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, some contents may be canceled or changed.
Okura University Museum Special Exhibition "Colored Paper - The World of Paper Decoration"
Paper is generally used for calligraphy. In this exhibition, we will exhibit "colored paper" processed paper to make letters and pictures look more beautiful. There are various types of "colored paper". There are "paper presses" that are smoothed by damping and beating, paper processed into irregularities to give a change to the characters, and gorgeously decorated paper such as sowing gold and silver on colored paper. In this exhibition, we will introduce "Kenka Sutra (Daijobu)", which is a solemn sutra of the Nara period, "Kokoma Waka collection" and "Ishiyama kiri", which conveys the glory of dynastic nobles, Otsu paintings that are being reevaluated as Edo paintings, and Arimi Tanaka's reproductions of paper from "Heijie No Sutra" with enlarged images of microscopes. We will shed light on the paper decorations of each era that reflect people's wishes and aesthetics, and explore the changes in prayers, dreams, and beauty entrusted to them.
Hashtag campaign "AZABU rice"
We will hold a hashtag campaign "AZABU Rice" that uses eligible restaurants that offer delivery and takeout services in the Azabu area and posts photos of enjoying food and drinks and messages of support for the restaurants used on SNS. Participants will win smile gift certificates or campaign original eco bags by lottery! Even if you don't have an SNS account, there is a way to join with a sign. 【Target】 Any one. 【Date】 from February 19, 2021 (Friday) to March 15, 2021 (Monday) * Purchases at eligible restaurants and SNS posts (or must arrive by the must-wear of a picture) are eligible for the lottery within the period. 【Place】 You can enjoy it at home! 【Application】 Please check from the official website of the following URL. Please contact us by phone for information on how to participate by hand.
The 8th Minato-ku Monozukuri and Commercial Tourism Fair
It is two days to pass on the history and tradition of Minato-ku to the next generation and meet new charms. You can watch videos of various experiences from the 8th Minato-ku Monozukuri and Commercial Tourism Fair website and experience the skills to learn from the top notch. ※ There is an experience that requires advance application. 【Date】 Reiwa, March 26 and Saturday, March 27, 2011 【Experience Corner】 Target: 1st grade elementary school students and above (※Programming experience is for junior high school students from 3rd grade to junior high school students) Cost: Free to join Application period: Reiwa, February 11 ( Thursday , national holiday ) - March 1 (Monday) 17:00 ※Only experience of advance application system Notice of Reiwa: Friday, March 12, 2011 ※Pre-application experience only 【Experience Course】 Harmonica production experience (advance application required) ・ Japanese confectionery making experience (advance application system) Soba-hitting experience (advance application required) Programming experience (advance application system) ・ Nori roll making experience (no application required) ・ Social studies tour experience (no application required) Town walking tour experience (no application required) * Please check the event official website for details such as capacity (lottery if there are many applications), what is required, how to apply, etc.
The National Art Center, Tokyo Special Exhibition "Kashiwa Sato Exhibition"
Since its opening in 2007, the National Art Center, Tokyo has regularly held exhibitions on design and architecture under the activity policy of "an art museum that introduces various art expressions and raises new perspectives." As a project that embodies this philosophy, we will hold an exhibition by Kashikazu Sato (born 1965), one of Japan's leading creative directors. In the 1990s, Sato, who worked on a series of innovative advertising projects as an art director at Hakuhodo Co., Ltd., has worked on innovative VI and CI plans and brand strategies for a wide variety of clients, from companies to educational institutions such as kindergartens and universities, hospitals, museums, entertainment, fashion world, and regional industries, since independence in 2000. It has attracted attention from home and abroad. Sato's unique and rare methodology, which applies the fundamental principles of design -- organizing the information to be conveyed, extracting its essence, replacing it with visual languages and symbols that everyone can understand at a close, and communicating widely -- to a wide range of fields that go far beyond its original domain, not only extends and revamps the concept of design, but also affects everything in society, from culture, economic activity, and our daily lives. This exhibition, the largest solo exhibition ever held, will introduce the trajectory of sato's own curated activities over a period of about 30 years from multiple angles. Visitors to the exhibition room will experience sato's unique creativity through an exciting experience of appreciating his many works as works.
Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art "Fragrance Vessel Takasago Collection" Exhibition
From ancient Orient perfume pots to various perfume bottles made of ceramics and glass that vividly colored modern European life. Or the luxurious lacquer crafts found in the tools of the incense road, as well as traditional japanese fragrance vessels such as incense burners and incense burners made of ceramics and metalwork. In this exhibition, approximately 240 works are selected from the high-quality collection related to these fragrances that Takasago Perfumery Co., Ltd. has collected over many years. It is also said that the history of fragrance and its vessels began with the birth of mankind. Appreciating craft pieces related to the fragrances of old and new east and west is nothing but a touch of the history and culture of deep fragrances. In addition, the exhibition of the museum, which is held in Tokyo, will introduce portraits of women that recall fragrances and works that symbolize the Art Deco era, with special additions from museums in Japan. You can also see that the scent vessel is deeply related to the paintings and designs of the same era.
Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum Special Exhibition "Facing Eyes"
Taro Okamoto started his career as a "Western-style painter", but the content of the paintings was very different from that of ordinary Western-style painters. Landscape paintings, portraits, still lifes, nude paintings... Because I do not draw a general Western subject at all. So what on earth was Taro drawing? Unfortunately, you can't see what it represents just by looking at the picture. However, there is only one thing that is clear. It is "Eyes". Taro's picture always has an eye. Moreover, many are multiple eyes. I don't know the specifics, but at least there is no doubt that taro was drawing "living things" and "life". Taro Okamoto was a writer who drew life. In particular, "confronting eyes" are frequent motifs. Two "life" talk, stare, and laugh at each other. And, several eyes make the vitality, make the crowd, and stare at the person who sees the person before one is 1999. In this exhibition, we will collect works depicting the creatures we face and have a great view. Why don't you confront Taro Okamoto's eyes that have dwelled on life? Image: "Smile" 1978
DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition 2021 Artists of the Agency for Cultural Affairs' Overseas Training Program for New Artists Space Will Be Born
The DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition, which was held at the National Art Center, Tokyo at the beginning of each year, is now in its 23rd year. Faced with a pandemic and deep cultural interruptions from early spring, the event was at one point abuying. However, because of this situation, as a banner that the Agency for Cultural Affairs will continue to support young mid-career artists, following the "DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition plus online 2020", which was developed online for the first time this summer and was well received, we will return to the real exhibition at the National Art Center, Tokyo again. This time, seven emerging artists with training experience in each country in the past 10 years will be joined by Kyo Takemura, Kengo Kito, and Kyotaro Hakamada, who are currently active at the forefront of the art scene, to reveal japanese actual and internationally open expressions that have entered the "2020s." The subtitle was "Space is born". With the 10th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake just around the next decade, through the margins of space and landscape created by the disaster that are still deeply remembered, and the time margins experienced in the stay home of coronal disaster, I thought again about what is really important, and asked that the time is coming to open the door to the next future. Please look forward to an exhibition in which artists who have been working on the premise of international movement and presentation have been thinking in the midst of encountering a long-term obstructive art scene.
Okura Collection Museum Special Exhibition: The Tragedy of Loosdorf Castle, Vienna, Across the Sea
Roosdorf Castle, located near Vienna, Austria, houses a large collection of ceramics, mainly from the old Imari, and used to decorate the castle beautifully. However, the tragedy after World War II destroyed much of the ceramics collection. In this exhibition, along with the masterpieces of old Imari in the collection of the Kyushu Ceramics Museum of Saga Prefecture, the ceramic collection of Loosdorf Castle and the destroyed ceramic pieces will be exhibited, and works restored by Japanese technology will be exhibited for the first time. Although the event will be held after taking measures against infection, there is a possibility that the exhibition period may change depending on the situation in the future. When you go out, please check the Okura Collection Museum website for the latest information.
21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "Translations Exhibition - Let's Understand 'Understanding'"
21_21 DESIGN SIGHT will hold "Translations Exhibition - Let's Understand 'Understanding'" from October 16, 2020. The exhibition director will be Dominique Chen, an information science researcher involved in a variety of expression media, who is involved in the field of art and design. The process of "translation" supports communication in order for the existence that should not be understood to be able to communicate with each other. In this exhibition, we regard the act called "translation" as a kind of "design of communication" and present the possibility of accepting each other's "understanding" by creating a space where you can feel the wonder of the language you use freely and the fun of "interpretation" and "misunderstanding" that comes from it. This exhibition will be held with the original session changed from the viewpoint of preventing the spread of new coronavirus infections. This exhibition will be held by introducing a pre-booking system to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections. For details, please check the 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT official website from the following URL.