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8月にフロリダで開かれているイベント(マイアミ総領事館のHPより)

Samurai Culture:Treasures of South Florida Collections:

日時:June 3rd ~ August 31st, 2014

場所Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, Fl 33446

Samurai Culture, organized by the Morikami Museum in conjunction with various collectors across South Florida, features an array of samurai suits of armor and weapons fashioned during the Edo period (1600 – 1868). Also displayed are a variety of paintings and prints depicting samurai life made during both the Edo- and Meiji period (1868 – 1912). Although the samurai class was abolished soon after the Meiji Restoration of 1868, many samurai families held on to priceless armor, swords, helmets, sundry other adornments, and paintings and prints in commemoration of one of the most illustrious warrior classes in the world. 

 

From A Quiet Place: The Paper Sculptures of Kyoko Hazama

日時:June 3rd ~ August 31st, 2014


場所Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, Fl 33446

 

While most of us are familiar with handmade Japanese paper, or washi (incorrectly called rice paper), and the fascinating art of paper folding known as origami, few have experienced Kyoko Hazama's magnificent paper sculptures: delicate, intricately detailed and highly personal paper sculptures that she describes as “symbolic self-portraits.” The exhibition was organized by Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters

 

日時:July 5th 1:00 P.M.~September 7th, 2014


場所:Young At Art Museum

751 Southwest 121st Avenue

Davie, FL, United States

 

In recent years, a subculture related to Japanese anime and manga has rapidly attracted worldwide attention. To make the most of this trend, the Japan Foundation has organized this traveling exhibition called JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters" which examines characters as one radical aspect of this subculture.

 

Used unhesitatingly by both adults and children in private and public spaces, before we realize it, these characters have become a part of our daily landscape. One finds, for example, characters printed on bank passbooks and train communication passes, and as indicated by the regular and seemingly natural presence of stuffed mascots at local police boxes, they have permeated everyday life in Japan to a degree that would be unthinkable in most other countries.

 

What exactly is a character? Why are they so popular? What kind of society do these characters reflect and what kind of influence do they exert on that society? And finally, where is the Japanese character culture headed? In this exhibition, as we introduce the initimate relationship between characters and Japanese people, we hope that the visitors will gain a better understanding of the cultural and historical background behind the Japanese love of characters as well as the future of characters in contemporary Japan. 

 

 

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九州の製造元から取り寄せています。米ぬか塩石鹸は、海塩20%を

入れる特殊製法で生まれた無添加石鹸で、お肌ツルツル、

消臭、殺菌効果があります。酒麹は、酒造りに関わる

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