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Noboru Tanaka + Masanori Nishimura “Resonance of the Landscape”

Nov 1, 2016 - Apr 30, 2018
Art Court Gallery, 1-8-5 Tenmabashi, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi
Osaka, 530-0042 Japan

Art Court Gallery Until Apr 30, 2018 This open-air exhibition will be set along the OAP Sculpture Path until April 2018. Witness Noboru Tanaka’s nature-themed granite sculptures including Black Rain and Sound of Wind. Also explore Masanori Nishimura’s ethereal Blossom Tunnel and giant yellow Schoolchild Umbrella/Raining Light sculpture, among other works. Open: 11am–7pm (until 5pm

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¥340
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Collection Exhibition 2017 Spring

Jan 27 - May 07
The Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama, 1-4-14 Fukiage Wakayama-City
Wakayama, 640-8137 Japan

The Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama Until May 7 It is a well-known phenomenon that the psychology of groups and crowds differs greatly in comparison with the psychology of an individual. The images expressed in the works included in this exhibition encourage viewers to consider deeply what it means to experience life as a part

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¥800
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Metal Works by Imperial Household Artists

Feb 18 - May 14
Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum, 337-1 kiyomizu-sanchome sanneizaka kita-iru kiyomizudera-monzen higashiyama-ku kyoto
Kyoto, 605-0862 Japan

Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum Until May 14 During the Meiji era, the Imperial Household Ministry began officially appointing artists to create works for the Tokyo Imperial Palace and other royal residences. This exhibition provides visitors with an opportunity to view a display of exquisite pieces designed by Imperial Household metal craft artists. Open: 10am–5pm • Closed:

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¥420
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Special Exhibition: Beads in the World

Mar 09 - Jun 06
National Museum of Ethnology, 0-1 Senri Expo Park, Suita-shi,
Osaka, 565-8511 Japan

National Museum of Ethnology Until June 6 Witness a remarkable collection of beaded accessories made from a diversity of materials, such as stone, glass, shells, insect feathers, and animal teeth. This exhibition demonstrates the decorative potential of beadwork techniques involving both commonplace and unconventional components. Open: 10am–5pm • Closed: Wed • Admission: ¥420 • Access:

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¥700
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The Dramatic Vessel

The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park Until June 11 Ceramic vessels act not only as functional containers for everyday use but also serve as expressions of beauty in the realm of contemporary pottery. This selection of dramatic vessels contains works by leading pottery talents such as Bernard Leach and Lucy Rie. Open: 9:30am–5pm • Closed: Mon

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¥800
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Drawing Manga! – Lines, Panels, Kyara

Mar 16 - May 14
Kyoto International Manga Museum, Nakagyo-ku, Karasuma-Oike
Kyoto, Kyoto 604-0846 Japan

Kyoto International Manga Museum This exhibition presents a blend of artwork, footage, and other assorted materials that examine the cultural and environmental influences that inspire readers and fans of manga to become amateur and professional artists. This abundant showcase, consisting of some 300 original manga works by 13 featured artists, covers a range of material

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¥1300
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Susumu Shingu’s Spaceship

Mar 18 - May 07
Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, 1-1-1 Wakinohama Kaigandori, Chuo-ku
Kobe, 651-0073

Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art Until May 7 Susumu Shingu’s kinetic sculptures are animated by the wild, untamed energy of wind and water. This exhibition, his largest ever showcase, features 15 pieces by Shingu presented alongside mockups, drawings, and videos of past works. Open: 10am–6pm • Closed: Mon • Admission: ¥1,300 • Access: Hanshin line,

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The Muggles

Apr 01 - Apr 29
Woodstock Café, Ashiya, 2-11-201 Hamachō, Ashiya-shi
Hyogo, 659-0025 Japan

Every Fri & Sat Mellow ballads, classic rock, and rock n roll from Osaka-based jamming band Woodstock Café, Ashiya • Rock and group sounds • Free admission (¥2,000 for 2 drinks & snack) • Tel: 079-734-1044

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¥1400
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Matisse and Rouault – A Story of 50 Year Friendship –

Apr 04 - May 28
Abeno Harukas Art Museum, 1-1-43 Abenosuji, Abeno-ku, Osaka
Osaka, 545-6016 Japan

Abeno Harukas Art Museum Henri Matisse and Georges Henri Rouault, two prominent masters of French modern painting, formed their friendship in Paris at the École des Beaux-Arts. Following graduation, they participated in the short-lived Fauvism movement, whose members’ colorful and informal works were considered unconventional when compared with the representative nature of fashionable Impressionist art

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¥1300
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Wooden Buddhist Statues in Japan

Apr 08 - Jun 04
Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts, 1-82 Chausuyamachō, Tennōji-ku, Ōsaka-shi
Osaka, Select a State: 543-0063 Japan

Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts Japan’s Shinto influence has long contributed to a sense of reverence for natural objects in the hearts of its people. Since ancient times, artists and spiritualists alike have expressed tremendous veneration for trees, which are believed to house the energy of sacred spirits. Trees that grow tall over the

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¥300
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Picture Scroll

Apr 08 - May 14
Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts, 1-82 Chausuyamachō, Tennōji-ku, Ōsaka-shi
Osaka, Select a State: 543-0063 Japan

Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts Until May 14 Artistic scrolls illustrating the spatial and temporal development of narratives are said to have inspired modern movies and animations, with stories that unravel gradually across two-dimensional planes. This collection of painted scrolls reveals a rich variety of themes, allowing viewers to examine vivid tales unfolding before

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¥1500
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Kaiho Yusho Exhibition

Apr 11 - May 21
Kyoto National Museum, 527 Chayamachi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto
Kyoto, 6050931

Kyoto National Museum Yusho Kaiho, born into a family legacy of military service, was destined to wield a paintbrush in lieu of a sword. He entered Kyoto’s Tofuku shrine as a young page, sparing him the fate of his father and brothers who died in battle, and went on to make his livelihood as a

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¥7500
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Eric Martin

Apr 26
Club Quattro, Osaka, Osaka, Japan

Apr 26 Ex-Mr. Big vocalist and solo artist Club Quattro, Osaka • Rock • 7pm • ¥7,500 • Tel: 06-6311-8111

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