Events & News

2016

Suntory Museum of Art / Miyagawa Kozan Retrospective

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February 24(Wed) - April 17(Sun)

Miyagawa Kozan Ⅰ (1842-1916) moved to Yokohama from Kyoto soon after the port was opened. There he founded his Makuzu kiln to produce export ceramics. His extraordinary skills are visible in vessels decorated in high relief, in which images and patterns rise up from the body of the work. Following an award at the 1876 Philadelphia World Exposition, Kozan’s Makuzu ware went on to win multiple prizes at other expositions overseas as well as in Japan. This retrospective exhibition on the hundredth anniversary of Kozan’s death explores his work, which made him world famous and won him the honor of being appointed an Artisan to the Imperial Household, and traces its changes over the course of his long career.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "ZAKKA -Goods and Things-"

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February 26(Fri) - June 5(Sun)

There are a great many things in our everyday lives that fall under the term zakka, which is generally rendered in English as "sundries" or "miscellaneous goods." Things considered zakka and the origins of this ambiguous category are parallel to and symbolic of the history of evolving Japanese lifestyles. Through acts and experiences of searching for, selecting, buying, using, decorating, mixing and matching zakka, we rediscover the inherent allure of these miscellaneous things, and they in turn bring joy to our lives. This exhibition directed by world-reputed product designer Naoto Fukasawa, takes a broad look at the sensibilities behind zakka and the environments they occupy, drawing attention to the appeal of their design and appearance.

Valentine's Promotion

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February 5(Fri) - February 14(Sun)

When you purchase over 108,000 yen (per item) during Feb 5th to 14th, you will get a heart-shaped charm. * Charm will end as soon as the stock has run out.

Tokyo Midtown Valentine's Day

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January 22(Fri) - February 15(Mon)

Our eclectic selection of chocolates and other hand-picked items make not only the perfect gift for that special someone but could also be a special reward all for yourself.

Tokyo Midtown RESTAURANT WEEK

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January 23(Sat) - March 6(Sun)

Our delicious range of restaurants have prepared limited-edition menu items that you can enjoy at truly tasty prices. Treat yourself to a premier dining experience.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Noon Star — a photo exhibition by Takeshi Mizukoshi
Part 1: Between Heaven and Earth — the Japanese Alps

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February 2(Tue) - March 31(Thu)

The Noon Star exhibition is divided into two parts to introduce selected images from the extensive body of works that Mizukoshi has built up over the past half century. The exhibition is composed entirely of monochrome prints including vintage prints that Mizukoshi developed himself some 40 years ago, and is divided into two separate themes: the Japanese Alps and Virgin Forests. The exhibition illustrates the earnest way in which Mizukoshi approaches his work, and his lifelong penchant for monochrome portrayals.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 55th Exhibition: Digital Media and Japanese Graphic Design—Its Past and Future

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January 29(Fri) - February 14(Sun)

The transformation and enhancement of graphic design has been influenced by constantly-evolving digital media. We look back at such history and present works that suggest its future with new media.

Mitsui Fudosan Ice Rink in Tokyo Midtown

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January 6(Wed) - March 6(Sun)

Tokyo Midtown's outside ice skating rink is one of the largest in the city, with a capacity of 210 people. Enjoy skating in the middle of an urban metropolis while feeling as though you are out in the wilds of nature during daytime. You can also enjoy a little night skating thanks to beautiful illuminations that are switched on from 17:00 to 22:00 every day, and there is a rink-side rest area that you can use without taking off your skates.

Mitsui Fudosan Ice Rink in Tokyo Midtown

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January 6(Wed) - March 6(Sun)

Tokyo Midtown's outside ice skating rink is one of the largest in the city, with a capacity of 210 people. Enjoy skating in the middle of an urban metropolis while feeling as though you are out in the wilds of nature during daytime. You can also enjoy a little night skating thanks to beautiful illuminations that are switched on from 17:00 to 22:00 every day, and there is a rink-side rest area that you can use without taking off your skates.

Suntory Museum of Art / Miyagawa Kozan Retrospective

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February 24(Wed) - April 17(Sun)

Miyagawa Kozan Ⅰ (1842-1916) moved to Yokohama from Kyoto soon after the port was opened. There he founded his Makuzu kiln to produce export ceramics. His extraordinary skills are visible in vessels decorated in high relief, in which images and patterns rise up from the body of the work. Following an award at the 1876 Philadelphia World Exposition, Kozan’s Makuzu ware went on to win multiple prizes at other expositions overseas as well as in Japan. This retrospective exhibition on the hundredth anniversary of Kozan’s death explores his work, which made him world famous and won him the honor of being appointed an Artisan to the Imperial Household, and traces its changes over the course of his long career.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "ZAKKA -Goods and Things-"

MORE INFORMATION

February 26(Fri) - June 5(Sun)

There are a great many things in our everyday lives that fall under the term zakka, which is generally rendered in English as "sundries" or "miscellaneous goods." Things considered zakka and the origins of this ambiguous category are parallel to and symbolic of the history of evolving Japanese lifestyles. Through acts and experiences of searching for, selecting, buying, using, decorating, mixing and matching zakka, we rediscover the inherent allure of these miscellaneous things, and they in turn bring joy to our lives. This exhibition directed by world-reputed product designer Naoto Fukasawa, takes a broad look at the sensibilities behind zakka and the environments they occupy, drawing attention to the appeal of their design and appearance.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Noon Star — a photo exhibition by Takeshi Mizukoshi
Part 1: Between Heaven and Earth — the Japanese Alps

MORE INFORMATION

February 2(Tue) - March 31(Thu)

The Noon Star exhibition is divided into two parts to introduce selected images from the extensive body of works that Mizukoshi has built up over the past half century. The exhibition is composed entirely of monochrome prints including vintage prints that Mizukoshi developed himself some 40 years ago, and is divided into two separate themes: the Japanese Alps and Virgin Forests. The exhibition illustrates the earnest way in which Mizukoshi approaches his work, and his lifelong penchant for monochrome portrayals.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 55th Exhibition: Digital Media and Japanese Graphic Design—Its Past and Future

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January 29(Fri) - February 14(Sun)

The transformation and enhancement of graphic design has been influenced by constantly-evolving digital media. We look back at such history and present works that suggest its future with new media.

Valentine's Promotion

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February 5(Fri) - February 14(Sun)

When you purchase over 108,000 yen (per item) during Feb 5th to 14th, you will get a heart-shaped charm. * Charm will end as soon as the stock has run out.

Tokyo Midtown Valentine's Day

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January 22(Fri) - February 15(Mon)

Our eclectic selection of chocolates and other hand-picked items make not only the perfect gift for that special someone but could also be a special reward all for yourself.

Tokyo Midtown RESTAURANT WEEK

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January 23(Sat) - March 6(Sun)

Our delicious range of restaurants have prepared limited-edition menu items that you can enjoy at truly tasty prices. Treat yourself to a premier dining experience.

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