KASHIWA SATO UT (SHORT-SLEEVE GRAPHIC T-SHIRT) (TOKYO MIYAGE)
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Kashiwa Sato, one of Japan's leading creative directors, has gained renown internationally with his innovative approaches to visual identity / corporate identity planning and brand strategies. The largest ever solo exhibition "KASHIWA SATO," introducing the broad spectrum of his career over the past 30 years, is held from Feb 3 to May 10, 2021 at the National Art Center, Tokyo.
TOKYO MIYAGE SUSHI Ota Memorial Museum of Art Utagawa Hiroshige
Popular in Japan for hundreds of years, these days sushi is enjoyed all over the world as a symbol of Japanese culture. "Sea Bream, Bonito, Carp" was created by Edo-period artist Utagawa Hiroshige. This colorful ukiyo-e work illustrates three types of fish, passing on Japan's culinary tradition to future generations.
The Ota Memorial Museum of Art is dedicated to the ukiyo-e genre. It opened in Jingu-mae, Shibuya, Tokyo in 1980, based on the collection of Seizo Ota V, former president of the Toho Insurance Company. The large-scale collection includes 14,000 pieces, covering ukiyo-e masterpieces from different periods.