Events & News

2014

“Valextra”Special Gift & Initials’ Embossing Service

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November 25(Tue) - December 25(Thu)

During the period of November 25th to December 25th 2014, the customers towards the purchase of a bag of 216,000yen(tax included) or more will receive the special gifts. Towards the purchase of small leather goods, the customers are able to receive initials’ embossing service on the purchased goods. ※The gifts are limited. ※It takes about two weeks for Initials' embossing.

MIDTOWN CHRISTMAS 2014

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

The Christmas theme at Tokyo Midtown is "Everyone is somebody's Santa Claus". We think that everyone has someone they care about, and we can all be a Santa to someone. Our events are based on this concept. The theme for Midtown Christmas 2014 is "Midtown Cruise." Enjoy a scintillating journey through the illuminations decorating the city. *Extreme crowds are expected between Dec. 20 (Sat) and Dec. 25 (Thu). It is recommended that you visit during the first half of December.

Illumination

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

Welcome to the holy night "Midtown Cruise," allowing you to journey away from Earth and out into Space! An illusory world spreads out before you, created by half a million twinkling lights.

Santa Tree

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

The "Santa tree," an extremely popular attraction, returns again this year. You simply have to check out this giant 4m tree, covered with about 1,800 very unique Santas! Our five hidden Santas have also concealed themselves again! Try and find them!

Diamond Dust

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

The beautiful natural phenomenon "Diamond dust," created by ice and light during the harshest of winters. The vast area of the Galleria is filled with vivid particles of light. There's also a heart motif hidden away somewhere!

Frost Flower Chandelier

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

Frost flowers, also known as "angel wings," is the name given to the formations of ice on frozen lakes and other places in winter that almost look like real flowers. Enjoy this sparkling piece of art from a variety of different angles as it glitters like an angel descending from on-high!

Marché de Nöel

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

A festive market, packed with Christmas goods, will be held for a limited period. Special Midtown Christmas original shopping bags will be given out for the buying customers on a first-come, first-served basis! *Original shopping bags available while stocks last.

Christmas Card・stamp rally

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November 13(Thu) - December 7(Sun)

Combine together the Christmas motif stamps placed in five locations around Tokyo Midtown to create your own, unique-in-the-entire-world Christmas card. Sending it along with a Christmas present will surely make the recipient even happier!

Midtown Christmas Live 2014

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November 29(Sat) - December 7(Sun)

Live classical performances and opera singing ring out across Tokyo Midtown. Take this opportunity to enjoy a musical gift that announces the arrival of the Christmas season.

Christmas illumination FAIR

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November 14(Fri) - November 24(Mon)

WACOAL DIA Tokyo Midtown store is having special offer to our customers for the start of Tokyo Midtown Christmas illumination. Customers will receive a gift according to purchasing prince as following. Customers purchasing more than 25,000yen(tax excluded): WACOAL DIA original pin badge. more than 25,000yen(tax excluded): WACOAL DIA original lace pocket chief. Please enjoy shopping at WACOAL DIA store for this great opportunity.

Keio University SFC Open Research Forum 2014(ORF)

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November 21(Fri) - November 22(Sat)

ORF is held every fall to share a wide range of research achievements in the Keio Research Institute at SFC with the public. Economic and political experts are invited for panel discussions, while the results of more than 150 research projects are announced.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 49th Exhibition: IROHA Exhibition

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November 21(Fri) - December 25(Thu)

In Japan, “Iroha” is a familiar way of expressing the standard or steps of doing something like “ABC” in English. “Iroha” comes from the homonymous Japanese poem, probably written in the Middle Ages. It has been interpreted in various ways after that, and nobody can exactly get the true meaning. It may seem to be just a procedure manual, but its unfathomable depth gives you a key to living unpredictable lives. This “IROHA Exhibition” offers visitors the occasion to speculate about “Iroha” with 10 artists who have dedicated to different fields of creation.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "THE FAB MIND: Hints of the Future in a Shifting World"

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October 24(Fri) - February 1(Sun)

The aim of this exhibition is not limited to tangible design products, but focuses on the aspirations and activities of those who seek to understand and resolve social issues through design. It takes a particular kind of mind to attempt such a feat; a mind capable of examining society and human “fabrication” endeavours through a “fabulous” lens… The Fab Mind.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Ken Domon ― Dual Perspectives Part 1: “Children”

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October 1(Wed) - December 1(Mon)

The Photo History Museum in FUJIFILM SQUARE is pleased to announce a two-part photo exhibition of selected works by leading Japanese photographer Ken Domon. The exhibition features a number of carefully selected photographs by Domon which feature human subjects. Each part will be displayed over a two-month period.

Suntory Museum of Art / Koyasan 1200th Anniversary: Treasures of the Sacred Mountain

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October 11(Sat) - December 7(Sun)

The monk Kuai founded a Shingon esoteric Buddhist monastic training center on Mt. Koya in 816. Over 1200 years, Mt. Koya has remained sacred ground for Buddhism in Japan while one of the most remarkable collections of treasures of Buddhist art has been assembled atop the mountain. This exhibition offers an opportunity to see rare works from that mountaintop, including implements for rituals and script associated with Kukai, Buddhist paintings based on the doctrines of Shingon esoteric Buddhism, and Keiha school Buddhist sculptures, including the Standing Statues of Eight Attendants of Fudo Myoo. This exhibition is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to experience the essence of this aspect of Japanese culture, nurtured spirit of Kukai and over the centuries at Mt. Koya.

Masterpieces form the Kunsthaus Zürich × Faber-Castell collaboration Models

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Faber-Castell launches original packaging drawing materials featuring Vincent van Gogh, Paul Klee and Edvard Munch collaboration with masterpieces from the Kunsthaus Zürich which will be held from September 25, through December 15, at The National Art Center, Tokyo.

FUJIFILM SQUARE / FUJIFILM PHOTO MUSEUM

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A collection of rare antique cameras along with FUJIFILM's previous models are displayed. Special exhibitions featuring the history and culture of photography are also held regularly. This is a rare place where visitors can learn about the evolution of photography and the camera. Have a look at the changing culture of photography.

MIDTOWN CHRISTMAS 2014

MORE INFORMATION

November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

The Christmas theme at Tokyo Midtown is "Everyone is somebody's Santa Claus". We think that everyone has someone they care about, and we can all be a Santa to someone. Our events are based on this concept. The theme for Midtown Christmas 2014 is "Midtown Cruise." Enjoy a scintillating journey through the illuminations decorating the city. *Extreme crowds are expected between Dec. 20 (Sat) and Dec. 25 (Thu). It is recommended that you visit during the first half of December.

Illumination

MORE INFORMATION

November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

Welcome to the holy night "Midtown Cruise," allowing you to journey away from Earth and out into Space! An illusory world spreads out before you, created by half a million twinkling lights.

Santa Tree

MORE INFORMATION

November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

The "Santa tree," an extremely popular attraction, returns again this year. You simply have to check out this giant 4m tree, covered with about 1,800 very unique Santas! Our five hidden Santas have also concealed themselves again! Try and find them!

Diamond Dust

MORE INFORMATION

November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

The beautiful natural phenomenon "Diamond dust," created by ice and light during the harshest of winters. The vast area of the Galleria is filled with vivid particles of light. There's also a heart motif hidden away somewhere!

Frost Flower Chandelier

MORE INFORMATION

November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

Frost flowers, also known as "angel wings," is the name given to the formations of ice on frozen lakes and other places in winter that almost look like real flowers. Enjoy this sparkling piece of art from a variety of different angles as it glitters like an angel descending from on-high!

Marché de Nöel

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November 13(Thu) - December 25(Thu)

A festive market, packed with Christmas goods, will be held for a limited period. Special Midtown Christmas original shopping bags will be given out for the buying customers on a first-come, first-served basis! *Original shopping bags available while stocks last.

Christmas Card・stamp rally

MORE INFORMATION

November 13(Thu) - December 7(Sun)

Combine together the Christmas motif stamps placed in five locations around Tokyo Midtown to create your own, unique-in-the-entire-world Christmas card. Sending it along with a Christmas present will surely make the recipient even happier!

Midtown Christmas Live 2014

MORE INFORMATION

November 29(Sat) - December 7(Sun)

Live classical performances and opera singing ring out across Tokyo Midtown. Take this opportunity to enjoy a musical gift that announces the arrival of the Christmas season.

Keio University SFC Open Research Forum 2014(ORF)

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November 21(Fri) - November 22(Sat)

ORF is held every fall to share a wide range of research achievements in the Keio Research Institute at SFC with the public. Economic and political experts are invited for panel discussions, while the results of more than 150 research projects are announced.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 49th Exhibition: IROHA Exhibition

MORE INFORMATION

November 21(Fri) - December 25(Thu)

In Japan, “Iroha” is a familiar way of expressing the standard or steps of doing something like “ABC” in English. “Iroha” comes from the homonymous Japanese poem, probably written in the Middle Ages. It has been interpreted in various ways after that, and nobody can exactly get the true meaning. It may seem to be just a procedure manual, but its unfathomable depth gives you a key to living unpredictable lives. This “IROHA Exhibition” offers visitors the occasion to speculate about “Iroha” with 10 artists who have dedicated to different fields of creation.

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Exhibition "THE FAB MIND: Hints of the Future in a Shifting World"

MORE INFORMATION

October 24(Fri) - February 1(Sun)

The aim of this exhibition is not limited to tangible design products, but focuses on the aspirations and activities of those who seek to understand and resolve social issues through design. It takes a particular kind of mind to attempt such a feat; a mind capable of examining society and human “fabrication” endeavours through a “fabulous” lens… The Fab Mind.

FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum / Ken Domon ― Dual Perspectives Part 1: “Children”

MORE INFORMATION

October 1(Wed) - December 1(Mon)

The Photo History Museum in FUJIFILM SQUARE is pleased to announce a two-part photo exhibition of selected works by leading Japanese photographer Ken Domon. The exhibition features a number of carefully selected photographs by Domon which feature human subjects. Each part will be displayed over a two-month period.

Suntory Museum of Art / Koyasan 1200th Anniversary: Treasures of the Sacred Mountain

MORE INFORMATION

October 11(Sat) - December 7(Sun)

The monk Kuai founded a Shingon esoteric Buddhist monastic training center on Mt. Koya in 816. Over 1200 years, Mt. Koya has remained sacred ground for Buddhism in Japan while one of the most remarkable collections of treasures of Buddhist art has been assembled atop the mountain. This exhibition offers an opportunity to see rare works from that mountaintop, including implements for rituals and script associated with Kukai, Buddhist paintings based on the doctrines of Shingon esoteric Buddhism, and Keiha school Buddhist sculptures, including the Standing Statues of Eight Attendants of Fudo Myoo. This exhibition is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to experience the essence of this aspect of Japanese culture, nurtured spirit of Kukai and over the centuries at Mt. Koya.

FUJIFILM SQUARE / FUJIFILM PHOTO MUSEUM

MORE INFORMATION

A collection of rare antique cameras along with FUJIFILM's previous models are displayed. Special exhibitions featuring the history and culture of photography are also held regularly. This is a rare place where visitors can learn about the evolution of photography and the camera. Have a look at the changing culture of photography.

“Valextra”Special Gift & Initials’ Embossing Service

MORE INFORMATION

November 25(Tue) - December 25(Thu)

During the period of November 25th to December 25th 2014, the customers towards the purchase of a bag of 216,000yen(tax included) or more will receive the special gifts. Towards the purchase of small leather goods, the customers are able to receive initials’ embossing service on the purchased goods. ※The gifts are limited. ※It takes about two weeks for Initials' embossing.

Christmas illumination FAIR

MORE INFORMATION

November 14(Fri) - November 24(Mon)

WACOAL DIA Tokyo Midtown store is having special offer to our customers for the start of Tokyo Midtown Christmas illumination. Customers will receive a gift according to purchasing prince as following. Customers purchasing more than 25,000yen(tax excluded): WACOAL DIA original pin badge. more than 25,000yen(tax excluded): WACOAL DIA original lace pocket chief. Please enjoy shopping at WACOAL DIA store for this great opportunity.

Masterpieces form the Kunsthaus Zürich × Faber-Castell collaboration Models

MORE INFORMATION

Faber-Castell launches original packaging drawing materials featuring Vincent van Gogh, Paul Klee and Edvard Munch collaboration with masterpieces from the Kunsthaus Zürich which will be held from September 25, through December 15, at The National Art Center, Tokyo.

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