Annual exhibition by Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C.

Yuki Kaji Space Research Institute Annual exhibition by Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. “Oho no Mori plants sculpture exhibition-Forest of life in 24 seasons” …………………………………………………………………………………………… On September 25, 2019, Takashimaya S.C New Building will celebrate its first anniversary. Therefore, Yuki Takagi Space Research Institute will present an exhibition by the Japanese flower artist Yuki Takahashi, who expresses Japanese nature and aesthetics in the world at the Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. Shinkan throughout the year. The concept of this project is to install a mountain landscape that changes in about two weeks, which is said to be the 24th season, into the urban space through an installation. At the same time, Ikebana Performance and Ikebana Workshop will be held as related events. Please enjoy the artwork of commercial facilities beyond the existing framework.
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Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. Shinkan 2F Visitor Space Annual Exhibition Plan “Ono no Mori plants sculpture exhibition-Forest of life created in 24 seasons”
[Exhibition schedule]
From September 25, 2019 (Wednesday) to August 30, 2020 (Sunday)
[Overview]
Yuki Kashiwa, along with the Noh teacher, Keinosuke Okura (Okura Ryu Daikoku), is developing a project “Sakuji Noh” consisting of Ikebana and Noh in various locations. The space where the kites are designed is not just something that can be appreciated statically. The space is also a container for “something” to manifest, where “something” is lowered. We have performed a performance that wakes up the [Image 2


[Tanomori]
“Tao” comes from the ancient person who is in the Fujikawa River, Shizuoka Prefecture, the hometown of Sakai. According to “Nihon Shoki”, in 644, he spread the use of insects that resemble moths as “Tokogami”, but the reality is shrouded in mystery. The surname “Oseibu” reminiscent of the abilities that bear life, and the name “many”. Inspired by this person, Sakai has pursued the implications of various land histories and encounters with the “genius of the land (Genius Loki)”. The startup was “Suruga Shakuji Nofuji Mountain Biennale” (2016). The stage is an unnamed small shrine, Shibun Shrine in Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture. The lighting device “Kagaseo” was devised as a bonfire for the destroyed star god Kaseo who sleeps in the “Hoshiyama” that spreads behind it. A special night-time performance that awakens [Image 3

Suruga Shakuji Noh-Sobun Shrine
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NeueHouse-Exhibition 2016
profile Yuki Tsuji Hanado, Sakuji Noh Artistic Director Born in Shizuoka Prefecture in 1983. Completed a master’s degree in architecture from Kogakuin University Graduate School of Engineering. Representative Director of Yuki Kaji Space Research Institute. “Ikebana” pursued while having the foundation of architecture goes beyond the existing framework, and is produced as an original spatial art such as architectural design, stage art, sculpture, and product design. Considering the three relationships between people, architecture, and plants, there is no other space expression that combines the vitality of plants and human creativity. In recent years, various brands and artworks have been announced, both domestically and internationally. It expresses Japanese nature and aesthetics on the world stage. In addition, the “Shakuji Noh”, which bears the name of ancient Japanese performing arts and craftsmanship, was raised together with the Noh dancer Okura Ryu Daikaku Okura Keinosuke. Based on the assumption that Ikebana and Noh were born at the same time, he proposed new forms of traditional performing arts. “Sakuji Noh” is also active as an artistic director working on mobile stage design, basic design and stage art. 2013, hula The stage art of “Famijo Noh performance of 650th anniversary of the birth of Zeami” In 2015, he became an artistic director at Shizuoka x Cannes x Film Festival, a cultural exchange between Shizuoka, France and Cannes. In 2016, Ikebana was performed at a performance hosted by New York Carnegie Hall. Carnegie Hall becomes the first flower arrangement in history. “Boundless” by Yuki Tsuji Yuki Tsuji https://youtu.be/5XYQrj5lPWw
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[1st Anniversary Event]
“Ikebana Workshop by Yuki Kaede” Date: September 25, 2019 (Wednesday) 1.11: 00-12: 00 2.13: 00-14: 00 Venue: New Building 1F in the green Lecturer: Yuki Kaji (Flower) Participation fee: 2,000 yen (tax included) The time required: About 60 minutes Capacity: 12 people each time (advance reservation required) Reservation: Reservation from the application form www.takashimaya.co.jp/nihombashi/specialtystores/special/ * Note: Participation fee will be paid on the day “Yuki Takahaya + Noh Ikebana Performance” Ikebana Flower Offering + Noh Theater Sanban Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 15: 00-15: 30 Venue: New Building 2F special venue (before Martinique) Appearance: Hanado: Yuki Tsuji, Noh: Keinosuke Okura, Manabu Takeichi, Ikio Towa Commentary: Yasuhiko Hara Planning / Production Yuki Kaji Space Research Institute Yuki Kaji (Representative / Hanadoya) Kazu Ikehara (Art Director) Kanako Masume (Director) Product production Sho Iwasaki (wood craftsman) Yasuyuki Degawa (Lightscape Engineer) Concept supervision Yasuhiko Hara (Japanese Garden / Noh Studies, Dramaturk) Project supervision Rie Nomura (Makeshift representative) Inquiries about release Yuki Kaji Space Research Institute Contact: Ikehara Tel: 054-270-3361 Fax: 054-270-3366 Email: info@tsujiyuki.com


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