Events & News

2019

"Tokyo Takarajima Museum"

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March 22(Fri) - March 24(Sun)

Tokyo has 11 islands that are full of charm including majestic nature not found in the city, unique and special products, and cultures that have been developed over the years. "Tokyo Takarajima Museum" will be held at Tokyo Midtown where you can experience "treasures" of the 11 islands at one time.

MIDTOWN BLOSSOM 2019

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March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

In celebration of the coming of spring, we will be holding "MIDTOWN BLOSSOM 2019". Welcome spring with the kind of cherry blossom viewing you'll only find in the heart of the city.

CHANDON Blossom Lounge

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March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

A luxurious outdoor space for a limited time only to enjoy the coming of spring with grand services. Dishes are supervised by the executive sous chef of The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, and sparkling wine is CHANDON. Relish the pairing of an experience available only by recommendation of the The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo and CHANDON.

Cherry blossom illumination

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March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

An illumination event for 200 meters of the cherry tree avenue as the sun sets. At nighttime, the cherry blossoms show a different face from day-time for you to enjoy. Pink lights are used before the buds open, and then white once they do.

Spring Flower Display

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March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

An indoor flower display as the first herald of spring. Experience the water, light, and breath of spring with all your five senses through works that perfectly balance fresh cherry blossoms foliage with artificial flower petals. The cherry petals will sway to the music of spring like notes on a musical stave.

Street Museum

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March 15(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

Tokyo Midtown Award 2018 Art Competition winners will exhibit their lastest works on the street of the B1 of Plaza, such as installations and paintings etc. Witness the talents of tomorrow.

Cheers Sparkling

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March 30(Sat), 2019

March 30 is a time to celebrate Tokyo Midtown’s 12th anniversary. To show our appreciation for our customers, the first 500 people will be treated to a drink of CHANDON Rose.

SENSE OF HUMOR

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March 15(Fri) - June 30(Sun)

Katsumi Asaba, an art director who continues to lead the times, will serve as exhibition director. This exhibition introduces documents and found objects that have inspired Asaba, along with the works of designers and artists who share his sense of humor and put them under a single roof. By looking at shapes and expressions of humor from across ages and borders, we can rediscover the humor that surrounds us in our day-to-day lives.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 78th Exhibition: Graphic Design and Co-Creation with AI

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March 15(Fri) - March 29(Fri)

What possibilities arise out of co-creation between graphic design and AI?   The Japan Graphic Designers Association has been running verification tests using machine learning and algorithmic methods to seek out advances and possibilities in graphic design in the near future. This exhibition presents progress on the testing, as well as selected examples close to the graphic design field from among broad-ranging AI research. Works are presented that search for possibilities in co-creation with AI, such as posters and Alphabet fonts that record the process by which AI creates images according to certain predetermined rules, compositions based on sheet music learning, story-generation using manga, and visualization of feeling analysis using Google API.

NO TASTE FOR BAD TASTE so Starck, so Bouroullec... so le French Design

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March 15(Fri) - March 31(Sun)

Le French Design by VIA (Valorisation de l'Innovation dans l'Ameublement - Promotion of Innovation in Furniture Design) is holding a touring exhibition to introduce "le French Design." It debuted in 2017, and Tokyo will be its first stop in Asia. A think tank composed of 40 creators worked out the concept of le French Design, and the exhibition shows off 40 products selected for their embodiment of its ten values. A shared sense of balance, audacity, openness, and panache live in the art de vivre wrought by French designers, manufacturers, and artisans. The Tokyo exhibition will be focused on five of these values and feature 20 works. Experience a rich encapsulation of le French Design's elegance.

Kawanabe Kyosai: Nothing Escaped His Brush

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February 6(Wed) - March 31(Sun)

Kawanabe Kyosai, the “demon of painting,” was an artistic genius active in a great variety of fields. For many years, assessments of his oeuvre focused on his caricatures and his paintings of ghosts, demons, and other fey creatures. Recent research, however, has been revealing how, based on the brushwork techniques he carried on from the Surugadai branch of the Kano school and his highly individual sensibility, Kyosai expanded his range of activities. This exhibition will explore Kyosai’s achievements as he opened up his own path in the chaotic years at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate and launch of the Meiji Restoration. In doing so, it will also highlight Kyosai’s artistic activities, particularly his engagement in ardent conversations with his predecessors’ works.

"Tokyo Takarajima Museum"

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March 22(Fri) - March 24(Sun)

Tokyo has 11 islands that are full of charm including majestic nature not found in the city, unique and special products, and cultures that have been developed over the years. "Tokyo Takarajima Museum" will be held at Tokyo Midtown where you can experience "treasures" of the 11 islands at one time.

MIDTOWN BLOSSOM 2019

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March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

In celebration of the coming of spring, we will be holding "MIDTOWN BLOSSOM 2019". Welcome spring with the kind of cherry blossom viewing you'll only find in the heart of the city.

CHANDON Blossom Lounge

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

A luxurious outdoor space for a limited time only to enjoy the coming of spring with grand services. Dishes are supervised by the executive sous chef of The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, and sparkling wine is CHANDON. Relish the pairing of an experience available only by recommendation of the The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo and CHANDON.

Cherry blossom illumination

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

An illumination event for 200 meters of the cherry tree avenue as the sun sets. At nighttime, the cherry blossoms show a different face from day-time for you to enjoy. Pink lights are used before the buds open, and then white once they do.

Spring Flower Display

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - April 14(Sun)

An indoor flower display as the first herald of spring. Experience the water, light, and breath of spring with all your five senses through works that perfectly balance fresh cherry blossoms foliage with artificial flower petals. The cherry petals will sway to the music of spring like notes on a musical stave.

Street Museum

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March 15(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

Tokyo Midtown Award 2018 Art Competition winners will exhibit their lastest works on the street of the B1 of Plaza, such as installations and paintings etc. Witness the talents of tomorrow.

Cheers Sparkling

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March 30(Sat), 2019

March 30 is a time to celebrate Tokyo Midtown’s 12th anniversary. To show our appreciation for our customers, the first 500 people will be treated to a drink of CHANDON Rose.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 78th Exhibition: Graphic Design and Co-Creation with AI

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - March 29(Fri)

What possibilities arise out of co-creation between graphic design and AI?   The Japan Graphic Designers Association has been running verification tests using machine learning and algorithmic methods to seek out advances and possibilities in graphic design in the near future. This exhibition presents progress on the testing, as well as selected examples close to the graphic design field from among broad-ranging AI research. Works are presented that search for possibilities in co-creation with AI, such as posters and Alphabet fonts that record the process by which AI creates images according to certain predetermined rules, compositions based on sheet music learning, story-generation using manga, and visualization of feeling analysis using Google API.

SENSE OF HUMOR

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March 15(Fri) - June 30(Sun)

Katsumi Asaba, an art director who continues to lead the times, will serve as exhibition director. This exhibition introduces documents and found objects that have inspired Asaba, along with the works of designers and artists who share his sense of humor and put them under a single roof. By looking at shapes and expressions of humor from across ages and borders, we can rediscover the humor that surrounds us in our day-to-day lives.

NO TASTE FOR BAD TASTE so Starck, so Bouroullec... so le French Design

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March 15(Fri) - March 31(Sun)

Le French Design by VIA (Valorisation de l'Innovation dans l'Ameublement - Promotion of Innovation in Furniture Design) is holding a touring exhibition to introduce "le French Design." It debuted in 2017, and Tokyo will be its first stop in Asia. A think tank composed of 40 creators worked out the concept of le French Design, and the exhibition shows off 40 products selected for their embodiment of its ten values. A shared sense of balance, audacity, openness, and panache live in the art de vivre wrought by French designers, manufacturers, and artisans. The Tokyo exhibition will be focused on five of these values and feature 20 works. Experience a rich encapsulation of le French Design's elegance.

Kawanabe Kyosai: Nothing Escaped His Brush

MORE INFORMATION

February 6(Wed) - March 31(Sun)

Kawanabe Kyosai, the “demon of painting,” was an artistic genius active in a great variety of fields. For many years, assessments of his oeuvre focused on his caricatures and his paintings of ghosts, demons, and other fey creatures. Recent research, however, has been revealing how, based on the brushwork techniques he carried on from the Surugadai branch of the Kano school and his highly individual sensibility, Kyosai expanded his range of activities. This exhibition will explore Kyosai’s achievements as he opened up his own path in the chaotic years at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate and launch of the Meiji Restoration. In doing so, it will also highlight Kyosai’s artistic activities, particularly his engagement in ardent conversations with his predecessors’ works.

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