Explore the very small workspaces of the many handyworkers of Taito-ku, through the ink and watercolor sketches of Caroline Lavergne. A self-taught artist from Montreal, Lavergne uses sketching to gain an intimate understanding of a particular time and place. Her past work includes an illustrated book drawn on location in Istanbul and she is now using her pens and watercolors to explore the small workshops of Taitô-ku, Tokyo, as part of a two-month residency at Almost Perfect gallery. The exhibition is being held at the gallery with an opening party from 5pm – 9pm on Saturday 17th.
Please note the gallery is closed on Tuesday 20th.
Tokyo Auto Salon, one of the biggest motor shows in the world, is coming back to Makuhari Messe and will showcase modified and tuned cars. Think MTV’s Pimp My Ride, but more luxurious.The event isn’t exactly cheapo, but it’s a […]
A relatively small but regular antique fair, this event has around 25-30 stalls and is on almost every Sunday (aside from those with festivals or bad weather). Roughly translated as Hanazono Shrine Blue Sky Antique Fair, it definitely gives a […]
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no in-person Furusato Festival in 2021. There will be something happening online though. If you don’t have the time or money to go to those awesome but far-flung regional festivals, this is […]
10:00am – 9:00pm
¥1,200 – ¥1,800