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"Swiss Design Kiosk" involves a distinctively designed pop-up store (created by prize-winning designer Colin Schälli) where new and out of the ordinary Swiss design products will be exhibited and sold.
Location: Kyobashi Torso, Tokyo. Hankyu Umeda ComportQ, Osaka
As a prominent figure in «Outsider Art», Swiss painter Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930) became widely known for his prolific lifework mainly produced during his stay at the Waldau Clinic.
Location: Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya City Art Museum, Tokyo Station Gallery
The festival of the Francophonie is a world-wide festival organized by French speaking countries of all continents.
Location: Yokohama, Kobe, Kyoto, Tokyo
The Swiss photographer Pierre Rossier is known as a pioneer of Japanese photo history.
Location: Maison Franco-Japonaise de Tokyo
Past events (144)
The Art Fair Tokyo is the largest art fair bringing together artworks from antiquities to contemporary art.
Location: Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
To celebrate the release of the new CD album, Hitomi Niikura, who is based in Zürich, will perform with harp player, Yuko Asanaga.
Location: Hakuju Hall, Tokyo
The Zurich-based music band Ikarus tours Japan for the first time.
Location: Kyoto, Ishikawa, Chiba, Kanagawa
Yann Becker, a Swiss photographer based in Japan since 2010, exhibits the photos of his Japan: the places he has discovered and the people he has met.
Location: Gallery Koto, Kyoto
Japanese and Chinese traditional thought mixed with western ideas form the breeding ground for Japanese modernity.
Location: Maison Franco Japonaise, Tokyo
Shinagawa ward organizes an exhibition which traces the history of the relationship between the two cities started in 1991 when an original bell from the Honsenji-temple was found in Genève.
Location: Shinagawa Historical Museum, Tokyo
Studio Puntovirgora was established by Swiss-based designer Aoi Huber and Yudai Yoshimura in 2014
Location: Box and Needle shop, Tokyo
Fondation d'entreprise Hermès is pleased to present the exhibition featuring works by three artists including Swiss jewelry artist Bernhard Schobinger, of different generations, nationalities, and working methods, which explore the relationships between work and human body.
Location: Maison Hermès Ginza, Tokyo
Organized by the Institute for Atem-Tonus-Ton, Yoneyama, a special concert by respiratory therapists and musicians from Germany, Switzerland and Japan will be held as a memorial concert to dedicate to late Fumiaki Yoneyama, founder of the institute.
Location: Oji Hall, Tokyo
Inspired by the difference and similarities between Switzerland and Japan, this exhibition, held for the 7th time and launched by elementary school students, aims to provide an opportunity to understand diversity through art and imagine a global future.
Location: Hamamatsu Municipal Museum of Art, Shizuoka
Dr. Marcel Junod was an ICRC-delegate who organized and provided medical support for the city of Hiroshima after the atomic explosion.
Location: Hiroshima Citizen Cultural Center, Hiroshima
For the first time in Japan, come discover the unique photographic work of Swiss designer Max Huber.
Location: Gallery Sugata Kyoto, Tokyo