Aug 16
~
Aug 21

“We Cool?”

10:00am – 7:00pm
Free

“We Cool?”: an expression used often amongst friends to see if the relationship is healthy, mutually beneficial, or simply still in existence. In today’s day and age, modern technology has helped keep us connected but has it brought us closer together? This Summer, in the Harajuku district of Tokyo, UltraSuperNew Gallery is hosting artists from around the world who have responded to the question proposed by Paul Wig, “We Cool?”. This collaborative show is the collective response in mixed media forms. From oil paint to nail art and fine jewelry, the eclecticness of the art speaks to the diversity that can exist in the ecosystems of friendships.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

Tokyo's Best Events and Cultural Activities in Your Inbox Every Week

Related Events
  • fukugawa festival
    Aug 12
    ~
    Aug 15

    Fukagawa Festival

    For 2022, the mikoshi parade on August 14 has been cancelled. They will transport the portable shrine via vehicle and no water throwing will happen. Local neighborhood festivities are still set to take place but at alternative times, and there […]

    8:00am – 8:00pm
    Free
  • fireworks-gora-onsen
    Tue, Aug
    16

    Hakone Daimonji-yaki

    On Mt. Myojogatake, viewed from Goran Onsen in Hakone, 205 bamboo stalks will be lit one by one to reveal an enormous burning 大 (dai, meaning big or great). Fireworks and food stalls are expected to recommence in 2022, though […]

    7:30pm
  • Aug 5
    ~
    Aug 18

    W Hero Festival

    These old-school, Japanese tokusatsu (not tonkatsu, the delicious pork cutlet dish) TV shows are very popular in Japan — for children and their parents — and this festival celebrates their outrageousness. What does tonkusatsu mean? The term refers to shows […]

    ¥900 – ¥5,500

Recommended hotels located nearby