Mori Arts Center Gallery Calligrapher Shoko Kanazawa Exhibition "Tsuki no Hikari"
Shoko Kanazawa first had a brush when she was five years old.
I studied under my mother Yasuko, who runs a calligraphy class, and began to walk the calligraphy path.
He made his debut as a calligrapher at the age of 20.
A solo exhibition at Ginza Gallery, which was held with the intention of being the first and last, and a seat at the Imperial Hotel.
The response spread beyond the imagination of the person himself and his mother,
Requests from all over Japan, such as Todai-ji temple and Horyu-ji Temple,
It is not interrupted even now.
Over the last 15 years, I visited more than 1,200 locations in Japan and overseas.
"With energy, happiness and excitement, with all my heart," her book says,
Why do you attract so many people?
For some reason, tears come out. Many people talk so.
Whether you're familiar with calligraphy or first-time visitors,
I want to deliver shoko Kanazawa's work. With such a thought,
"Tsutsuki no Hikari" opens in Roppongi, Tokyo.
We will collect masterpieces so far together and exhibit new works that have been released for the first time.
It is the culmination of her and a new step forward in this exhibition.
|Hours||10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Last admission 7:30 p.m.)|
|Admission||Advance tickets General 2,100 yen High school and junior high school students 1,000 yen Elementary school students 500 yen ※ Free for elementary school students and younger|
"On-day window" General 2,300 yen High school and junior high school students 1,100 yen Elementary school student 600 yen ※Free for elementary school students and younger
※ It will be a date and time designation system on all days.
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