Events & News

2015

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub Special Exhibition: PHILIPPINE DESIGN EXHIBITION IN JAPAN

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February 9(Mon) - February 26(Thu)

This exhibition shows the products designed by "Movement 8". It is an alliance of designers who have the passion to share their talent and creativity to forward Philippine design to the world. Design of the "Movement 8" will show you the new possibilities.

Suntory Museum of Art / Ninnami Dohachi: An Observant and Brilliant Potter

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December 20(Sat) - March 1(Sun)

In the period from about 1804 to 1844, Kyoto produced many highly skilled potters. Among them, Ninnami Dohachi (1783-1855) is particularly admired as a master of Japanese-style Kyoyaki, or Kyoto ceramics, partaking of a tradition that includes Ninsei and Kenzan. This exhibition introduces Ninnami Dohachi’s oeuvre through a large number of his works, including matcha teawares, sencha teawares, and tableware for serving kaiseki cuisine.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Ken Domon ― Dual Perspectives Part 2: “Appearances”

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December 2(Tue) - February 2(Mon)

The Photo History Museum is pleased to announce a two-part photo exhibition of selected works by leading Japanese photographer Ken Domon.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub Special Exhibition: PHILIPPINE DESIGN EXHIBITION IN JAPAN

MORE INFORMATION

February 9(Mon) - February 26(Thu)

This exhibition shows the products designed by "Movement 8". It is an alliance of designers who have the passion to share their talent and creativity to forward Philippine design to the world. Design of the "Movement 8" will show you the new possibilities.

Suntory Museum of Art / Ninnami Dohachi: An Observant and Brilliant Potter

MORE INFORMATION

December 20(Sat) - March 1(Sun)

In the period from about 1804 to 1844, Kyoto produced many highly skilled potters. Among them, Ninnami Dohachi (1783-1855) is particularly admired as a master of Japanese-style Kyoyaki, or Kyoto ceramics, partaking of a tradition that includes Ninsei and Kenzan. This exhibition introduces Ninnami Dohachi’s oeuvre through a large number of his works, including matcha teawares, sencha teawares, and tableware for serving kaiseki cuisine.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Ken Domon ― Dual Perspectives Part 2: “Appearances”

MORE INFORMATION

December 2(Tue) - February 2(Mon)

The Photo History Museum is pleased to announce a two-part photo exhibition of selected works by leading Japanese photographer Ken Domon.

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