LADY GAGA The Monster Ball Tour 2010.04.14-04.18

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Probably the biggest artist currently around, Lady Gaga has been called revolutionary as she has not only left an indelible mark on the music scene but also the fashion world as well.
Gaga will bring her ecclectic mix of electronic, pop and rap to unsuspecting Japan audiences. No telling what she will do but one things for sure, shell be leaving audiences begging for more.

TOUR DATES
KOBE:  April 14th and 15th, 2010 (Wed & Thu)
Ticket: 8,000 yen     SOLD OUT
Open: 18:00          Start: 19:00
Venue: Kobe World Kinen Hall
For further information, call  06-7732-8888

TOKYO: April 17th and 18th, 2010 (Sat & Sun)
Ticket: 8,000 yen     SOLD OUT
Open: 17:00          Start: 18:00
Venue: Yokohama Arena
For further information, call 03-3462-6969

Artist File 2010 March 3 – May 5, 2010

Artist File 2010:  The National Art Center Tokyo Annual Show of Contemporary Art

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ISHIDA Takashi, Wall of the Sea, 2007, 3 screen video installation, installation view at Toyota Municipal Museum of Art,2009

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KUWAKUBO Toru, Poison of light, 2009, oil on canvas, 181.8 × 259 cm
©KUWAKUBO Toru Courtesy Tomio Koyama Gallery

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MINAMINO Kaoru, Untitled 0903, 2009, ceramic

The Artist File exhibition introduces a group of currently active artists whose work is among the most noteworthy, both in Japan and abroad. This year’s event features seven artists (six Japanese, one foreign).
The exhibitions in the Artist File series have no specific theme. This year’s event presents artists with a wide range of ages, from those in their 30s to those in their 50s, and a variety of expressions, including painting, video, and sculpture, which deal with many different themes. This diversity and complexity helps realize what might be seen as the main objective of the series: to reflect the “reality” of the era.
Dates: March 3 − May 5, 2010 (Closed on Tuesdays)
Opening Hours: 10:00 − 18:00 (Fridays 10:00 − 20:00)
Last Admission : 30 minutes before closing
Venue: The National Art Center, Tokyo
Address: 7-22-2 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Admission fee:
General: 1,000yen (Adults), 500yen (College Students)
Advance: 900yen (Adults), 400yen (College Students)
Group: 800yen (Adults), 400yen (College Students)
Admission is free for high school students and those under 18 and for those with physical disability certificates and one accompanying person.
Group discount is available for groups of over 20 people.

RENOIR: Tradition and Innovation 2010.01.20 – 2010.04.05

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Dance at Bougival, 1883, Oil on canvas, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Picture Fund, 37.375. Photograph ©2009 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

RENOIR: Tradition and Innovation Exhibition
Dates: January 20 − April 5, 2010
Closed on Tuesdays
Opening hours: 10:00 − 18:00 (Friday 10:00 − 20:00)
Last Admission : 30minutes before closing
Venue: The National Art Center, Tokyo
Address: 7-22-2 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Admission fee:
General: 1,500yen (Adults), 1,200yen (College Students), 800yen (High School Students)
Advance: 1,300yen (Adults), 1,000yen (College Students), 600yen (High School Students)
Group: 1,200yen (Adults), 900yen (College Students), 500yen (High School Students)
Group discount is available for groups of over 20 people.
Admission is free for students up to junior high school and for visitors with a physical disability certificate and one accompanying person.
For further information, call 03-5777-8600 or visit http://www.nact.jp

Prized Ukiyo-e works 2010.02.27 – 2010.03.28

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Exhibition of Prized “Ukiyo-e” Works from the collection in Bologna, Italy
-printings in Japan from the 17th to 19th centuries-
Date: 27th Feb – 28th Mar, 2010
Admission Fee:¥600
Venue: Itabashi Art Museum
Address: 5-34-27 Akatsuka, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 175-0092 JAPAN
Telephone information service:  (+81) 03-3977-1000
For further details, please visit http://www.itabashiartmuseum.jp/
Museum Hours
Tuesday – Sunday, 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (ticket available until 4:30 p.m.)
Monday closed (or Tuesday if Monday is a National Holiday)

9th Miss Nikkey 2010.04.25

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Subscriptions are open to Miss Nikkey 2010 contest for young women and to Mister Nikkey for young men, as well as for children (from 0 to 6 years old and from 7 to 12 years old) of Japanese descendant. The 9th Miss Nikkey will take place at Aichi prefecture, Komaki Shimin Kaikan on April 25th, 2010.  All minors must be authorized by their parents. There is no age limit and no standard measure.  For the pre-selection, the applicants should send their personal data (attach digital photos) by e-mail. The subscription form can be found in the site. Bad quality photos taken by mobile, wearing sunglasses are not accepted.  After evaluating the photos, the Organizing Committee will select the candidates and contact them. The selected candidates will recieve the Official Subscription form by mail.
For further information, please call 090-3938-4146.
Date: April 25th, 2010 (Sunday)
Time:  10:00 – 19:00
Venue: Komaki Shimin Kaikan
Address: 2-107 Komaki, Komaki-shi, Aichi-ken

Site: www.missnikkey.com

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