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Revalue Nippon Project: Hidetoshi Nakata’s Favorite Japanese KOGEI

  • Revalue Nippon Project:
    Hidetoshi Nakata’s Favorite Japanese KOGEI

    Panasonic Shiodome Museum
    9 April – 5 June 2016

    For some time now, Hidetoshi Nakata, football-star-turned creator and producer, has been communicating internationally, as well as in Japan, the attractiveness of Japanese culture and traditions. To further acquaint himself with the subject, he travels throughout the country, meeting artisans, craftpersons and creators.

    Every year, his “REVALUE NIPPON PROJECT” brings forth a set of art and craft products of a chosen field, such as: china, washi (Japanese paper), bamboo, paper stencils and lacquer. These creations are the fruit of collaborative efforts made by teams of artists and artisans, creators and producers, with an open and flexible mind.

    Throughout the works born out of the project, you may feel the energy and dynamism that shapes a brand-new “beauty of Japan”, bridging the Japanese craft traditions to the future generations.

    Panasonic Shiodome Museum exhibition - Revalue Nippon Project (article by amuzen)

  • Place name Panasonic Shiodome Museum
    (in Japanese) パナソニック 汐留ミュージアム
    Website go to website
    Phone 03-5777-8600 (Hello Dial)
    Dates 9 April – 5 June 2016
    *Closed on Wednesdays (except for 5 May 2016)
    Opening hours 10 am – 6 pm (last admission 5:30 pm)
    Price ¥1,000
    (65 years old and above: ¥900; University students ¥700; Junior and Senior High School students: ¥500)
    Address 4F Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Building
    1-5-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
    Getting there
    • 5 min walk from Shiodome Station (Toei Oedo Line: Exits 3 and 4)
    • 6 min walk from Shimbashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line; Tokyo Metro Ginza Line: Exit 2)
    • 8 min walk from Shimbashi Station (JR Lines)

* The above is the information known at the time of publication and subject to change without prior notice.


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