Celebrating 45 years of the work of fashion designer, the rather too obviously titled "Miyake Issey Exhibition: The Work of Miyake Issey" at the National Art Center, Tokyo runs until June ...
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To coincide with an art exhibition inside Roppongi Hills, a new Sailor Moon cafe opened on April 16th serving special drinks and meals themed around Naoko Takeuchi's manga and anime. The Chibiusa ...
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The Mori Art Museum opened the current iteration of its "Roppongi Crossing" series of exhibitions. Organized every three years, the exhibition is the largest of its kind in Japan devoted to ...
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Remember Makoto Azuma? He's the flower artist who launched bonsai into space. Now Azuma has got together with Fendi to create a unique flower shop inside the brand's Ginza store. Open until ...
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The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there. LP Hartley wrote those words as the opening of The Go-Between, a very English novel about very English themes. But the message ...
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This article by Lily Crossley-Baxter first appeared on Tokyo Cheapo. I have never met a single person who didn't cry during that first montage of UP, and I hope I never do. Pixar has consistently ...
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Tokyo has a new art fair opening next month and its first hotel-based one since the demise of Art@Agnes in 2009. Art in Park Hotel Tokyo runs for two days from March 12th to March 13th, ...
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Shiseido has teamed up with photographer and film director Mika Ninagawa to make a Tsubaki-themed public bathhouse. The Tsubaki-yu celebrates the tenth anniversary of the Tsubaki haircare brand ...
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This article by Adriana Mazza first appeared on Tokyo Cheapo. Photo by Adriana Mazza Boroichi Market: Intangible Folk Cultural Asset There’s something pretty magical about an intangible ...
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The surprise smash hit event of 2015 in Tokyo was the Shunga Exhibition, the first such large-scale public showing of erotic prints in Japan. 200,000 people packed the tiny Eisei Bunko Museum over ...
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American street artist DAAS has produced an awesome mural in Takatsuki City, a suburb of Osaka. Part of the Takatsuki Art Expo 2015, the mural was first featured on Street Art News. The ...
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Searching for something to do during the New Year holidays? How about watching a tuna being cut up while dancing to house music? Because that's basically the concept behind Maguro ...
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This article by Adriana Mazza first appeared on Tokyo Cheapo. Before you ever stepped foot on Japanese soil, you probably envisioned a society in complete integration with technology. Yet, when ...
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All year Japan has been going Star Wars crazy, not least because a certain film sequel is about to be unleashed on the world box office. This has lead to a slew of products and tie-ups. Some of ...
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Miyashita Park in Shibuya will host a contemporary Bon dance music festival on August 22nd. The Miyashita Park Summer Festival will include Bon dancing, a ritual during August throughout Japan, as ...
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