• Global Street Art - Tokyo - Art In The Streets - MOCAtv

    This thought-provoking short film introduces contemporary street art in Japan through the imagery and thoughts of three internationally renowned artists: ESOW, AIKO, and the duo KAMI & SASU, who also go by the name HITOTZUKI. Each of them speaks about their culture and what compels them to create art in the streets while Tokyo's sights and sounds, expertly recorded, provide a sensory view of the metropolis. Producer: Kenichi Yamamura, http://503.nu Director: Shinsuke Tatsukawa Assistant Director: Masashi Nagara Art Director: Tomori Furukawa, www.satari-design.com Camera Crew: Shinsuke Tatsukawa, Masashi Nagara, Hiharu Takagi Translator: Chris Hammond Special Thanks: Ethel Seno, John Toba, Nick Wiedner Music: TIMBER / Performed by COLDCUT Written by MATT BLACK (PRS) JON MORE (PRS) STUART...

    published: 04 Jul 2013
  • Japanese Artist Choco Moo "Art Is My Life" - Interview & Live Painting

    Japanese artist Yuka Choco Moo has worked with everyone from Kyary Pamyu Pamyu to SNSD to Joyrich & AvantGarde Harajuku. ChocoMoo artwork and fashion illustrations are everywhere on the streets of Tokyo, as well as in J-Pop and K-Pop music videos, magazines, and more. Check out our exclusive video of Choco Moo live painting events, as well as an interview with the artist. More info here: http://tokyofashion.com/choco-moo-art-interview/

    published: 09 May 2013
  • Britain's Got Talent 2017 Tokio Myers Amazing Artist Leaves Judges Speechless Full Audition S11E03

    #TonyPatrony

    published: 30 Apr 2017
  • 5 Art Museums in Roppongi of Tokyo, Japan | LittleArtTalks

    Some art museum and galleries in the Roppongi District in Tokyo, Japan. Subscribe to Little Art Talks for more art-filled educational videos: https://goo.gl/89YzFS Be sure to click the bell next to the “Subscribe" button to be notified when new videos are published! Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCnrh8VjdQiHDSWsnAUPVWww&tab=2 Support Little Art Talks directly on Patreon: https://goo.gl/Nkr9VO MERCHANDISE: Arden Cove Bags & Backpacks: https://goo.gl/f41Bgy Let’s Connect! WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/8CnhJp FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/YScjms TWITTER: http://goo.gl/UuSvyp INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/MeahG0 TUMBLR: https://goo.gl/UvZQB1 PINTEREST: http://goo.gl/Cazd5J GOOGLE+: https://goo.gl/RIE8pN GOODREADS: https://goo.gl/by7dUF Karin’s...

    published: 14 Aug 2015
  • Sekaido Art Store in Shinjuku Tokyo The Biggest Art Supplies Store

    Arts and crafts store in Japan 世界堂 世界堂/画材,額縁の専門販売店

    published: 21 May 2016
  • Top 7 Museums to Visit | Tokyo Travel

    Watch more How to Visit Tokyo videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514496-Top-7-Museums-to-Visit-Tokyo-Travel Planning a trip to Tokyo? Learn about the top seven museums to visit and what makes them special in this travel video. Visiting one of Tokyo’s museums is a great way to get acquainted with the city’s history and culture. The Tokyo National Museum is a good place to start. It’s Japan’s oldest museum and has one of the world’s best collections of Japanese art and antiques, as well as archeological objects from ancient Japan. The Nezu Museum also has an excellent collection of Japanese art. This is where you can see some of the best Japanese paintings, sculptures, calligraphy, ceramics, and much more. You can learn more about the history of Tokyo in particular at th...

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Heaven Artists Tokyo | Main a main

    Tokyo - Octobre 2010

    published: 23 Oct 2010
  • Insider's Guide to... Tokyo's Art

    In the third of our 'Insider Guide' series, tour leader Brett Plotz takes a look at the art scene in Tokyo. https://www.insidejapantours.com/experience-japan/i-aa100-26/insider-experience-tokyo-art-scene-tour/

    published: 04 May 2017
  • Biggest Art Store In Tokyo!! [Shiverz In Japan] ★ 東京で最大のアートストア!!

    I'm an artist and I need to buy more art shit, where do I go? The biggest art store in Tokyo!! Come buy some art supplies with me as I check out this huge place. If you're looking for something in the way of art supplies, you've come to the right store! The store is called Sekaido (世界堂) and can be found in Shinjuku http://www.sekaido.co.jp/ (Japanese only site) https://www.timeout.com/tokyo/shopping/sekaido-shinjuku (English site) Want me to keep arting? Help me with art supplies: ★Paypal: shiverz66@hotmail.com Music: Catmosphere - Candy-Coloured Sky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZjYZ8Kjgs8 ★★★★ Other Shiverz HideOuts ★★★★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShiverzInJapan Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShiverzInJapan Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/shivinjapan Intragram: https://w...

    published: 01 Jun 2017
  • Nail Art, Cherry Blossoms, Sushi & Shibuhouse - Elleanor's Tokyo

    3D nail art in Tokyo, cherry blossom viewing in Harajuku, automated sushi restaurant in Shibuya & a visit to the Shibuhouse share house. "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. This has been a busy week for Elleanor! In this episode, she gets her nails done by the Japanese nail artist Cabbage Manami then heads off to the Shibuya automated sushi restaurant Uobei with her friend Payano. After that, it's time for cherry blossoms viewing in Harajuku's Yoyogi Park. As night falls, Elleanor visits with some of her friends and the famous Tokyo share house Shibuhouse. Shibuhouse (渋家) is a share house where aspiring Japanese artists, designers, musicians, actors, comedians, and other creative p...

    published: 11 Apr 2014
  • Enrico Isamu Oyama “Present Tense” (Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo, 2016)

    Enrico Isamu Oyama "Present Tense" 20 August - 24 September 2016 / Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo Present Tense is the first official solo exhibition in Japan by artist Enrico Isamu Oyama at Takuro Someya Contemporary Art in Tokyo. It is composed entirely with his new body of works. Both the refined figurative and dynamic performative nature of Oyama’s works weave into each other and flow throughout the exhibition. One significantly large piece, FFIGURATI #133, features elaborated 84 units of Quick Turn Structure, the artist’s signature motif developed from the visual language of graffiti culture. The dynamic background of circular lines that Oyama calls Improvised Loops were drawn by a special marker filled with sumi ink. It was originally created as a live painting performance ...

    published: 17 Dec 2016
  • Tokyo Int'l Art Fair 2017

    TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2017- SHIBUYA HIKARI HALL✨ 👍🏼 IF YOU WANNA SEE MORE PLEASE SHOW ME A THUMBS UP👍🏼 🙋 http://instagram.com/fairystories 🎶 https://soundcloud.com/histarchild/ -*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* this episode is me doing something a little out of the ordinary for a friday night... we are visiting the tokyo international art fair hosted by global art agency. thank you to all of the kind artists who took the time to chat, it was a real pleasure to meet so many of you. tomorrow (5/27) the hall will be open in the day time until mid evening! we had a fun night! i hope you enjoyed this quick vlog!

    published: 26 May 2017
  • Tokyo Artists Connection Season 10 Finale

    2016/11/24 新宿Reny Tokyo Artists Connection Season 10

    published: 26 Nov 2016
  • Get Kelly to Art Islands Tokyo 2016

    Hi, Kelly here and this is my Boosted fundraising video. Im hoping to make it to Tokyo for this years Art Islands International Exhibition, where I have been selected as one of the International artists in residence. Please head on over to Boosted.org.nz so you can donate and to help me get there! :)

    published: 10 Jul 2016
  • Tokyo Art Fair Live HOA

    We go live for the Tokyo Art Fair in Harajuku ... Lot's of fantastic artists and great art over there ... Come and see for yourself !!!

    published: 23 May 2015
  • Zerone and 7 Artists - Tokyo

    Zerone and 7 Artists, July 27, 2012 - Tokyo

    published: 13 Aug 2012
  • Un Día en Tokyo ep.05 El Robot Show y Tokyo Art City

    En este episodio fuimos al Tokyo Art City, un impresionante trabajo de proyecciones sincronizadas con un gran performance. Además el Show más loco llamado Robot Show una sensación en Tokyo. Un episodio imperdible!!!!

    published: 06 Sep 2017
  • Tokyo Drift - Teriyaki Boyz [ MUSIC VIDEO ] HD

    Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift - Teriyaki Boyz

    published: 24 Mar 2012
  • Weird and wonderful nail art trends from Tokyo - 2015

    Colourful and crazy, weird and wacky, the latest nail trends are on show at Japan's Tokyo Nail Expo. Complex designs featuring your child's face, or your favourite pet painted on your nail are the talons du jour. The more intricate the better, and business is booming. From the extravagant to the the extreme, these are nails dressed to impress. At the Tokyo Nail Expo - held at the city's 'Big Sight' exhibition centre - intricately-decorated nails are hitting the catwalk and drawing approving glances. As part of the event - thought to be the largest of its kind in the world - the most extravagant forms of nail art are going on display in a special competition. Designers have spent weeks and months planning and putting together these intricate pieces. "I really wanted to make something...

    published: 14 Jul 2015
  • Mass Destruction Tokyo - Art in the Streets - MOCAtv Ep. 5

    This rare film by Cheryl Dunn shows Barry McGee at a demolition derby in Shibuya, Tokyo in 2001. Shot in 16 mm this special cut of the cars being painted and the derby footage has never before been available online. Directed by Cheryl Dunn, http://www.cheryldunn.net/ Produced by Cheryl Dunn, Aaron Rose Also appearing Josh Lozcano, Ed Templeton, Chris Johanson Cameras Cheryl Dunn, Wyatt Troll, Joey Garfield Commentator Joey Garfield Edited by Cheryl Dunn With Khari Streeter, Josh Ferrazano Like MOCA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/MOCAFacebook Follow MOCA on Twitter: http://bit.ly/MOCATwitter +1 MOCA on Google+: http://bit.ly/MOCAGooglePlus

    published: 19 Nov 2012
  • Candy Art in Tokyo! Amezaiku at Ameshin

    Amezaiku is an amazing Japanese candy art where skilled craftsman make amazing edible creations. Today we went to Ameshin in the Solamachi Shopping Area to watch them make amazing works of art out of candy. From beautiful goldfish to a magnificent white lion, you can see the artist shape these beautiful works of art. Tyler was absolutely stunned by how quickly and effectively they were made. Also pretty yummy! Amezaiku was supposedly imported from China in the late Heian period and was most likely used for candy offerings for temples. Once the base ingredient, mizuame became more widely available, the art spread all over Japan. Many of the artisans held performances all over Edo (now Tokyo). Amezaiku does require a lot of skill and pain tolerance due to the temperature that the candy mus...

    published: 08 Mar 2016
  • Tokyo Japan FANTANIMA artists doll exhibition with Adeyto part 3

    http://fantanima.nonc.jp/ ‘Fantanima’ (FANTASY ANIMAL) displays are unique because all exhibits are original characters designed and made by Japanese and foreign artists gathered at one venue that you can’t see anywhere else. The idea came from the exhibition, ‘Teddy Fun’ of St. Petersburg. There are many teddy bear events all over the world, but the concept of ‘Teddy Fun’ was to show different, creative, crazy bears and other animals. The entire image of the exhibition is bizzare and crazy because the title ‘Fantanima!’ is combined from the words “fantasy” and “animal.” At the exhibition you can really see all sorts of fantastic creatures. Besides, you can also buy any piece you like! The photos that I have took speak louder than words. The ‘Fantanima!’ event changes from year to year,...

    published: 03 May 2017
  • [Vietsub][Perf] SM Artists - Hope @ SM Town World Tour III in Tokyo {T-Express Team}[360kpop]

    Download free: http://forum.360kpop.com/threads/vietsub-perf-sm-artists-hope-sm-town-world-tour-iii-in-tokyo-t-express-team.252789/

    published: 31 Oct 2012
  • Here is ZINE 7th Bangkok - Tokyo : Artists Lineup 007

    Here is ZINE 7th Bangkok - Tokyo : Artists Lineup 007 : ISAMU GAKIYA / PLATT PLADHI / YUREE KENSAKU & MAY-T NOIJINDA Song Credit: Title: Somebody I use to know / Artist: Gotze ISAMU GAKIYA (JP): Isamu Gakiya brings the spiritual trauma from the horror films he investigated in his early years to his very own sketches and collage. He is active in cover design, magazines, fashion, CD jackets and music videos, advertisements, and web design. As a first-generation Grand Prix winner, Isamu is active in the 1_WALL exhibit and his works is also presented in many media. PLATT PLADHI (TH) : Education (2001-2002) Fashion Design Program, Lasalle College of Arts and Designs, Montreal, Canada. Internships/ Work Experience - Interned at ELLE Magazine Thailand. - Worked as design assistant of brand KA...

    published: 11 Nov 2013
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Global Street Art - Tokyo - Art In The Streets - MOCAtv

Global Street Art - Tokyo - Art In The Streets - MOCAtv

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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2013
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This thought-provoking short film introduces contemporary street art in Japan through the imagery and thoughts of three internationally renowned artists: ESOW, AIKO, and the duo KAMI & SASU, who also go by the name HITOTZUKI. Each of them speaks about their culture and what compels them to create art in the streets while Tokyo's sights and sounds, expertly recorded, provide a sensory view of the metropolis. Producer: Kenichi Yamamura, http://503.nu Director: Shinsuke Tatsukawa Assistant Director: Masashi Nagara Art Director: Tomori Furukawa, www.satari-design.com Camera Crew: Shinsuke Tatsukawa, Masashi Nagara, Hiharu Takagi Translator: Chris Hammond Special Thanks: Ethel Seno, John Toba, Nick Wiedner Music: TIMBER / Performed by COLDCUT Written by MATT BLACK (PRS) JON MORE (PRS) STUART WARREN-HILL (PRS) Published by JUST ISN'T MUSIC LTD c/o THIRD SIDE AMERICA (ASCAP) Courtesy of Ninja Tune Like MOCA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/MOCAFacebook Follow MOCA on Twitter: http://bit.ly/MOCATwitter +1 MOCA on Google+: http://bit.ly/MOCAGooglePlus
https://wn.com/Global_Street_Art_Tokyo_Art_In_The_Streets_Mocatv
Japanese Artist Choco Moo "Art Is My Life" - Interview & Live Painting

Japanese Artist Choco Moo "Art Is My Life" - Interview & Live Painting

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  • Updated: 09 May 2013
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Japanese artist Yuka Choco Moo has worked with everyone from Kyary Pamyu Pamyu to SNSD to Joyrich & AvantGarde Harajuku. ChocoMoo artwork and fashion illustrations are everywhere on the streets of Tokyo, as well as in J-Pop and K-Pop music videos, magazines, and more. Check out our exclusive video of Choco Moo live painting events, as well as an interview with the artist. More info here: http://tokyofashion.com/choco-moo-art-interview/
https://wn.com/Japanese_Artist_Choco_Moo_Art_Is_My_Life_Interview_Live_Painting
Britain's Got Talent 2017 Tokio Myers Amazing Artist Leaves Judges Speechless Full Audition S11E03

Britain's Got Talent 2017 Tokio Myers Amazing Artist Leaves Judges Speechless Full Audition S11E03

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  • Updated: 30 Apr 2017
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#TonyPatrony
https://wn.com/Britain's_Got_Talent_2017_Tokio_Myers_Amazing_Artist_Leaves_Judges_Speechless_Full_Audition_S11E03
5 Art Museums in Roppongi of Tokyo, Japan | LittleArtTalks

5 Art Museums in Roppongi of Tokyo, Japan | LittleArtTalks

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  • Updated: 14 Aug 2015
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Some art museum and galleries in the Roppongi District in Tokyo, Japan. Subscribe to Little Art Talks for more art-filled educational videos: https://goo.gl/89YzFS Be sure to click the bell next to the “Subscribe" button to be notified when new videos are published! Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCnrh8VjdQiHDSWsnAUPVWww&tab=2 Support Little Art Talks directly on Patreon: https://goo.gl/Nkr9VO MERCHANDISE: Arden Cove Bags & Backpacks: https://goo.gl/f41Bgy Let’s Connect! WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/8CnhJp FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/YScjms TWITTER: http://goo.gl/UuSvyp INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/MeahG0 TUMBLR: https://goo.gl/UvZQB1 PINTEREST: http://goo.gl/Cazd5J GOOGLE+: https://goo.gl/RIE8pN GOODREADS: https://goo.gl/by7dUF Karin’s Links: WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/f41Bgy YOUTUBE: https://goo.gl/m64WCw INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/mh12cV TWITTER: https://goo.gl/MZ59mt Thanks so much for watching! Here at Little Art Talks, I make free educational videos on art history and all things art related. From ancient Japanese paintings to Duchamp’s readymades, we want to talk about what makes these objects art, and attempt to better understand them. Come join us in the discussion :) If you liked this video, please share it with your friends. FAQ: What camera equipment do you use? Camera http://amzn.to/2ih4HXR Lights http://amzn.to/2ikUrJW Microphone http://amzn.to/2ih9AQD Edit in Premiere http://amzn.to/2ihcSDz ——— Images: Wikipedia Commons, Public Domain, Fair Use Royalty-Free Music: Pangea by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Sekaido Art Store in Shinjuku Tokyo The Biggest Art Supplies Store

Sekaido Art Store in Shinjuku Tokyo The Biggest Art Supplies Store

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  • Updated: 21 May 2016
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Arts and crafts store in Japan 世界堂 世界堂/画材,額縁の専門販売店
https://wn.com/Sekaido_Art_Store_In_Shinjuku_Tokyo_The_Biggest_Art_Supplies_Store
Top 7 Museums to Visit | Tokyo Travel

Top 7 Museums to Visit | Tokyo Travel

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  • Updated: 04 Dec 2013
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Watch more How to Visit Tokyo videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514496-Top-7-Museums-to-Visit-Tokyo-Travel Planning a trip to Tokyo? Learn about the top seven museums to visit and what makes them special in this travel video. Visiting one of Tokyo’s museums is a great way to get acquainted with the city’s history and culture. The Tokyo National Museum is a good place to start. It’s Japan’s oldest museum and has one of the world’s best collections of Japanese art and antiques, as well as archeological objects from ancient Japan. The Nezu Museum also has an excellent collection of Japanese art. This is where you can see some of the best Japanese paintings, sculptures, calligraphy, ceramics, and much more. You can learn more about the history of Tokyo in particular at the Edo-Tokyo Museum. See what Tokyo looked like as far back as 1590 and and at various other significant times in its history. But not all of Tokyo’s museums focus on the past. For contemporary art, visit the Mori Art Museum. There’s always something new and current on exhibition. The National Art Center is another museum that focuses on being a venue for contemporary art from around the world. The Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum also boasts a collection of modern Japanese art, but it’s also always hosting temporary exhibits, whether for local or international artists. Tokyo is an international city, so you’re not limited to Japanese art. The National Museum of Western Art is home to Japan’s best collection of works by European artists. This is the place to go for Monet paintings and Rodin sculptures. Visit Tokyo’s museums to see the city’s connection with the world and its strong sense of self.
https://wn.com/Top_7_Museums_To_Visit_|_Tokyo_Travel
Heaven Artists Tokyo | Main a main

Heaven Artists Tokyo | Main a main

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2010
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Insider's Guide to... Tokyo's Art

Insider's Guide to... Tokyo's Art

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  • Updated: 04 May 2017
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In the third of our 'Insider Guide' series, tour leader Brett Plotz takes a look at the art scene in Tokyo. https://www.insidejapantours.com/experience-japan/i-aa100-26/insider-experience-tokyo-art-scene-tour/
https://wn.com/Insider's_Guide_To..._Tokyo's_Art
Biggest Art Store In Tokyo!! [Shiverz In Japan] ★ 東京で最大のアートストア!!

Biggest Art Store In Tokyo!! [Shiverz In Japan] ★ 東京で最大のアートストア!!

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  • Updated: 01 Jun 2017
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I'm an artist and I need to buy more art shit, where do I go? The biggest art store in Tokyo!! Come buy some art supplies with me as I check out this huge place. If you're looking for something in the way of art supplies, you've come to the right store! The store is called Sekaido (世界堂) and can be found in Shinjuku http://www.sekaido.co.jp/ (Japanese only site) https://www.timeout.com/tokyo/shopping/sekaido-shinjuku (English site) Want me to keep arting? Help me with art supplies: ★Paypal: shiverz66@hotmail.com Music: Catmosphere - Candy-Coloured Sky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZjYZ8Kjgs8 ★★★★ Other Shiverz HideOuts ★★★★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShiverzInJapan Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShiverzInJapan Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/shivinjapan Intragram: https://www.instagram.com/reddklaw Vine: https://vine.co/Shiverz DeviantArt: http://shiverz.deviantart.com/ RedBubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/shiverzstore/collections/432934-shiverz-merch ✧Weekly uploads✧ Shiverz Find A Shrine Sunday 10am Tokyo time. Shiverz Mini every Wednesday 8am Tokyo time. Shiverz In Japan every Friday 8am Tokyo time.
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Nail Art, Cherry Blossoms, Sushi & Shibuhouse - Elleanor's Tokyo

Nail Art, Cherry Blossoms, Sushi & Shibuhouse - Elleanor's Tokyo

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  • Updated: 11 Apr 2014
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3D nail art in Tokyo, cherry blossom viewing in Harajuku, automated sushi restaurant in Shibuya & a visit to the Shibuhouse share house. "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. This has been a busy week for Elleanor! In this episode, she gets her nails done by the Japanese nail artist Cabbage Manami then heads off to the Shibuya automated sushi restaurant Uobei with her friend Payano. After that, it's time for cherry blossoms viewing in Harajuku's Yoyogi Park. As night falls, Elleanor visits with some of her friends and the famous Tokyo share house Shibuhouse. Shibuhouse (渋家) is a share house where aspiring Japanese artists, designers, musicians, actors, comedians, and other creative people live together. It's meant to be a place where young people can inspire each other and build an environment that's conductive to creativity. Links for this episode: Cabbage Manami (nails) - http://instagram.com/cabbage_manami Kinoko Pink (designer) - https://twitter.com/kinokopink Shigeno Hatten (comedian) - https://twitter.com/shigeno8ten Shibuhouse - https://twitter.com/shibuhouse Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Here are the licensed songs used in this video: https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife "Happiness" by Dragon Chant "Spring" by OneFromTheMillion
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Enrico Isamu Oyama “Present Tense” (Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo, 2016)

Enrico Isamu Oyama “Present Tense” (Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo, 2016)

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Enrico Isamu Oyama "Present Tense" 20 August - 24 September 2016 / Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo Present Tense is the first official solo exhibition in Japan by artist Enrico Isamu Oyama at Takuro Someya Contemporary Art in Tokyo. It is composed entirely with his new body of works. Both the refined figurative and dynamic performative nature of Oyama’s works weave into each other and flow throughout the exhibition. One significantly large piece, FFIGURATI #133, features elaborated 84 units of Quick Turn Structure, the artist’s signature motif developed from the visual language of graffiti culture. The dynamic background of circular lines that Oyama calls Improvised Loops were drawn by a special marker filled with sumi ink. It was originally created as a live painting performance in New York before it was brought to the artist’s studio for further process. 2 mid-size paintings, FFIGURATI #134 and #135, also feature large black-on-black Quick Turn Structure applied by airbrush on top of the Improvised Loops background. A sequence of 5 works, FFIGURATI #136-140, where Quick Turn Structure is drawn in gracefully with a sharp mechanical pencil on top of a texture produced by cracked paint. In the gallery, two symmetric walls were built to create a rhythm in the space, with a contrast of quiet works in the front and dynamic works in the back. This wall loosely connects the contrasting works by keeping them visible from each side. The title of this exhibition Present Tense sheds light on the issue of time. The “I was here” statement in graffiti evokes the past tense. However, in the instant which the words were written, the writer was in fact in the present, making the literal time frame of the writer to be “I am here”. This undoubtedly creates a gap felt by the viewers who will be reading the words in the future. Therefore, by prioritizing the viewer’s experience, “am” is transformed to “was” beforehand, so that the viewer is in a consistent time frame. In other words, the disturbance created in time, is resolved and a fictional present is constructed. The fictional present is something that dislocates the irreversible physical time, which is the sequential flow of past, present and future, so that the act of “seeing” will be experienced as a newly organized singularity. Isn’t this the experience of art in itself? The relationship between Quick Turn Structure and the viewer also encompasses the tension between continuity and a uniquely present nature. It is the mutual effect of the iconography that emerges from the integration of the traces of lines and the “now” of the viewer. Special Thanks: Takuro Someya, Veena Yoshino, Anise Xiao, Kazune Yahikozawa, Kengo Tanaka, Michio Hayashi, Stephan Knuesel, Tsuyoshi Anzai, Anne Hansen, Alex Weston, Kei Okano, Takahiro Tsushima and all the others who supported the project. Directed and edited by Tsuyoshi Anzai Filmed by Stephan Knuesel, Takahiro Tsushima Photographed by Kei Okano Narrated by Anne Hansen Recorded by Alex Weston Artwork © 2016 Enrico Isamu Oyama Courtesy Takuro Someya Contemporary Art http://www.enricoisamuoyama.net
https://wn.com/Enrico_Isamu_Oyama_“Present_Tense”_(Takuro_Someya_Contemporary_Art,_Tokyo,_2016)
Tokyo Int'l Art Fair 2017

Tokyo Int'l Art Fair 2017

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  • Updated: 26 May 2017
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TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2017- SHIBUYA HIKARI HALL✨ 👍🏼 IF YOU WANNA SEE MORE PLEASE SHOW ME A THUMBS UP👍🏼 🙋 http://instagram.com/fairystories 🎶 https://soundcloud.com/histarchild/ -*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* this episode is me doing something a little out of the ordinary for a friday night... we are visiting the tokyo international art fair hosted by global art agency. thank you to all of the kind artists who took the time to chat, it was a real pleasure to meet so many of you. tomorrow (5/27) the hall will be open in the day time until mid evening! we had a fun night! i hope you enjoyed this quick vlog!
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Tokyo Artists Connection Season 10 Finale

Tokyo Artists Connection Season 10 Finale

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2016/11/24 新宿Reny Tokyo Artists Connection Season 10
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Get Kelly to Art Islands Tokyo 2016

Get Kelly to Art Islands Tokyo 2016

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Hi, Kelly here and this is my Boosted fundraising video. Im hoping to make it to Tokyo for this years Art Islands International Exhibition, where I have been selected as one of the International artists in residence. Please head on over to Boosted.org.nz so you can donate and to help me get there! :)
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Tokyo Art Fair Live HOA

Tokyo Art Fair Live HOA

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We go live for the Tokyo Art Fair in Harajuku ... Lot's of fantastic artists and great art over there ... Come and see for yourself !!!
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Zerone and 7 Artists - Tokyo

Zerone and 7 Artists - Tokyo

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Zerone and 7 Artists, July 27, 2012 - Tokyo
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Un Día en Tokyo ep.05  El Robot Show y Tokyo Art City

Un Día en Tokyo ep.05 El Robot Show y Tokyo Art City

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En este episodio fuimos al Tokyo Art City, un impresionante trabajo de proyecciones sincronizadas con un gran performance. Además el Show más loco llamado Robot Show una sensación en Tokyo. Un episodio imperdible!!!!
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Tokyo Drift - Teriyaki Boyz [ MUSIC VIDEO ] HD

Tokyo Drift - Teriyaki Boyz [ MUSIC VIDEO ] HD

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Weird and wonderful nail art trends from Tokyo - 2015

Weird and wonderful nail art trends from Tokyo - 2015

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Colourful and crazy, weird and wacky, the latest nail trends are on show at Japan's Tokyo Nail Expo. Complex designs featuring your child's face, or your favourite pet painted on your nail are the talons du jour. The more intricate the better, and business is booming. From the extravagant to the the extreme, these are nails dressed to impress. At the Tokyo Nail Expo - held at the city's 'Big Sight' exhibition centre - intricately-decorated nails are hitting the catwalk and drawing approving glances. As part of the event - thought to be the largest of its kind in the world - the most extravagant forms of nail art are going on display in a special competition. Designers have spent weeks and months planning and putting together these intricate pieces. "I really wanted to make something very detailed and I pushed myself to see how far I could go for this competition," says Yuu Nakai, a nail artist and the eventual winner of the professional competition. Organisers say this year's event is the largest yet. The show itself had humble beginnings. Thirty-years-ago in a building basement, the Japan Nailist Association (JNA) was founded with the intention of spreading the practice of nail art. The nail industry has gone through different stages and changes since then, but for the most part has been on an upward trend. Now, the nail industry employs an estimated 60,000 people and boasts around 20,000 nail salons. "This year, the nail industry has finally been formally recognised as a category by the government," says Youji Fujiwara, vice chairman of the Japan Nailist Association. "It is approximately a $2 billion US dollar industry here in Japan, but only 20 percent of Japanese women actually do their nails which means 80 percent are not and we are planning to approach them and hope the industry will increase fivefold." In the past - when the industry was still young - many Japanese nail artists would have to travel to Las Vegas or other parts of the US to buy their supplies. Now, according to Youji Fujiwara, that's all changed. "These days dealers and manufacturers of nail-related goods visit nail salons directly," he says. "So actually a lot of the people you see here today are regular people from all over the country and even from Asia who come because they can buy cheap supplies here." According to Fujiwara, still only 20 percent of Japanese women have so far embraced nail art. While some are professionals, most visitors here are regular people who love nails and are keen to pick up some tips from industry professionals. "I'm actually taking classes at a nail school and I came here because I wanted to research and possibly buy some new products," says Chinese student, Kou Kan. "Also I knew I'd find lots of professional nail artists and I thought I could pick up some tips." Nail art may not have originated in Japan, but like many other industries, Japanese people have embraced it and made it their own. Beauty consultant, Janica Sims, owns a nail salon called JoliArts in central Tokyo. She says nail artists in Japan are highly respected, the best can achieve a status which can be equated to that of successful fashion designers. "I think nail artists here continue to educate themselves, continue to try to challenge themselves by creating new trends, trying to be original and they love it," she says. "The nail artists here today - some of them you'll see on the stage demonstrating - they are very highly respected in the industry and for people here. It's like fashion designers are." Increasingly sophisticated requests have also been a constant motivation for self-improvement, according to Sims, a nail artist has to be prepared for anything when a customer walks into the salon. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0b7bba778abaf6441c95d971dc47f54f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mass Destruction Tokyo - Art in the Streets - MOCAtv Ep. 5

Mass Destruction Tokyo - Art in the Streets - MOCAtv Ep. 5

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This rare film by Cheryl Dunn shows Barry McGee at a demolition derby in Shibuya, Tokyo in 2001. Shot in 16 mm this special cut of the cars being painted and the derby footage has never before been available online. Directed by Cheryl Dunn, http://www.cheryldunn.net/ Produced by Cheryl Dunn, Aaron Rose Also appearing Josh Lozcano, Ed Templeton, Chris Johanson Cameras Cheryl Dunn, Wyatt Troll, Joey Garfield Commentator Joey Garfield Edited by Cheryl Dunn With Khari Streeter, Josh Ferrazano Like MOCA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/MOCAFacebook Follow MOCA on Twitter: http://bit.ly/MOCATwitter +1 MOCA on Google+: http://bit.ly/MOCAGooglePlus
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Candy Art in Tokyo! Amezaiku at Ameshin

Candy Art in Tokyo! Amezaiku at Ameshin

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Amezaiku is an amazing Japanese candy art where skilled craftsman make amazing edible creations. Today we went to Ameshin in the Solamachi Shopping Area to watch them make amazing works of art out of candy. From beautiful goldfish to a magnificent white lion, you can see the artist shape these beautiful works of art. Tyler was absolutely stunned by how quickly and effectively they were made. Also pretty yummy! Amezaiku was supposedly imported from China in the late Heian period and was most likely used for candy offerings for temples. Once the base ingredient, mizuame became more widely available, the art spread all over Japan. Many of the artisans held performances all over Edo (now Tokyo). Amezaiku does require a lot of skill and pain tolerance due to the temperature that the candy must be formed at. The amezaiku artists have to mold the 90 degree Celsius candy as quickly as they can before it hardens. Often the artists also paint their creations with edible dyes to give the finished work more character. Nowadays, you can still see the occasional amezaiku artist at festivals. Ameshin has two locations. One in Solamachi shopping center near Skytree tower and another just north of Asakusa near Sumida Park. The one in Solamachi sells a lot of the craft candies they make and also have performances throughout the day, while the one near Sumida Park holds workshops and exhibits many of the amezaiku. The workshop costs about 3000 yen per person and takes around an hour and a half. You cannot buy amezaiku at the second shop, only at the Solamachi location. The amezaiku's price varies depending on size and design, but they can be anywhere from 1000 to 4000 yen. They also do order-made crafts which can be over 10,000 yen. Performances at the Solamachi location are from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., but the artists sometimes have days off. For more details please check the following schedule. http://www.ame-shin.com/schedule/ Access From Tokyo Station, take the JR Sobu Rapid Express and transfer at Kinshicho for the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line. Takes about 15 minutes. From Shinjuku Station, take the Chuo Line heading towards Tokyo and transfer at Asakusabashi for the Toei Asakusa Line. Takes about 28 minutes. Ameshin is on the 4th floor of Solamachi Shopping Center near Skytree, which is within walking distance of Sensoji and Nakamise Street. Asakusa Amezaiku Ameshin http://www.ame-shin.com/en/ DOGA.TV http://do-ga.tv/ DOGA.TV Official Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DOGA-TV-6403... DOGA.TV Official Twitter https://twitter.com/Doga_TV #DogaTV #Japan what to do in tokyo
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Tokyo Japan FANTANIMA artists doll exhibition with Adeyto part 3

Tokyo Japan FANTANIMA artists doll exhibition with Adeyto part 3

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http://fantanima.nonc.jp/ ‘Fantanima’ (FANTASY ANIMAL) displays are unique because all exhibits are original characters designed and made by Japanese and foreign artists gathered at one venue that you can’t see anywhere else. The idea came from the exhibition, ‘Teddy Fun’ of St. Petersburg. There are many teddy bear events all over the world, but the concept of ‘Teddy Fun’ was to show different, creative, crazy bears and other animals. The entire image of the exhibition is bizzare and crazy because the title ‘Fantanima!’ is combined from the words “fantasy” and “animal.” At the exhibition you can really see all sorts of fantastic creatures. Besides, you can also buy any piece you like! The photos that I have took speak louder than words. The ‘Fantanima!’ event changes from year to year, becoming more interesting and attracting more people. Usually, it lasts one week in May, during Golden Week. So, if you like different and crazy creatures and you’re in Tokyo during Golden Week, don’t miss it! ‘Fantanima!’ takes place in OAZO Building, which is next to Tokyo Station (North Marunouchi Exit). Maruzen Gallery is situated on the 4th floor of Maruzen Bookstore and the admission is free. http://fantanima.nonc.jp/ http://www.marunouchi.com/e/shop?type=top
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[Vietsub][Perf] SM Artists - Hope @ SM Town World Tour III in Tokyo {T-Express Team}[360kpop]

[Vietsub][Perf] SM Artists - Hope @ SM Town World Tour III in Tokyo {T-Express Team}[360kpop]

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Download free: http://forum.360kpop.com/threads/vietsub-perf-sm-artists-hope-sm-town-world-tour-iii-in-tokyo-t-express-team.252789/
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Here is ZINE 7th Bangkok - Tokyo : Artists Lineup 007

Here is ZINE 7th Bangkok - Tokyo : Artists Lineup 007

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Here is ZINE 7th Bangkok - Tokyo : Artists Lineup 007 : ISAMU GAKIYA / PLATT PLADHI / YUREE KENSAKU & MAY-T NOIJINDA Song Credit: Title: Somebody I use to know / Artist: Gotze ISAMU GAKIYA (JP): Isamu Gakiya brings the spiritual trauma from the horror films he investigated in his early years to his very own sketches and collage. He is active in cover design, magazines, fashion, CD jackets and music videos, advertisements, and web design. As a first-generation Grand Prix winner, Isamu is active in the 1_WALL exhibit and his works is also presented in many media. PLATT PLADHI (TH) : Education (2001-2002) Fashion Design Program, Lasalle College of Arts and Designs, Montreal, Canada. Internships/ Work Experience - Interned at ELLE Magazine Thailand. - Worked as design assistant of brand KAI BOUTIQUE in Bangkok. - Worked as design assistant of brand DUY, Montreal in Canada. - Worked as a freelance of fashion brands, advertisement wardrobe and costumes. - Worked as Fashion Director of his own brand 'REALISTIC SITUATION' based in Bangkok. - Worked as Fashion Director of his own brand 'REAL' based in Bangkok. Currently working as Fashion Director of brand '4x4MAN ' by Central Marketing Group. YUREE KENSAKU & MAY-T NOIJINDA (TH) : YUREE KENSAKU: Upon graduating in 2002 from the Department of Visual Arts in Bangkok University her works were presented in several solo and group exhibitions, including: 108 Paths to Vanity, It's spiritually good, Sweet with Mr.Fan, Shortcut to Melancholy Hill, and recently Karma Police at 100 Tonson Gallery, Bangkok (2004/2005/2009/2011/2013); One On Other, a workshop and exhibition at About Studio/ About Cafe, Bangkok (2005), the artist in residence solo show, The Adventure of Momotaro Girl at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan (2007) , Same Place While The Clock's Hands Pace, at Gallery Ver in Bangkok, Thailand, by invitation of founder and director Rirkrit Tiravanija (2008). In 2009, Kensaku held three solo exhibitions locally and internationally in Bejing, Taipei, and Bangkok. Kensaku was one of 10 artists selected to participate in the Kuandu Biennale 2010 at Taipei. She also created large murals in "FOR," a wall painting showcase by Thai graphic designers and artists, at Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Bangkok, (2007/2010) and BUKRUK street art festivalThai-Europe connection, at Ratchathewi Area, Bangkok (2013).  MAY-T NOIJINDA: The guitarist from the alternative rock band named Moderndog had released several albums for almost 20 years. He is the founder of the independent record label, Mowgli Records, which launched the experimental albums Pry & May-T Project (Part1, Part2). Moreover, he enjoy drawing, painting, sculpture, printing, and street art. He had organized solo exhibitions called Kheed Kheed Khean Khean Thoo Thoo Thai Thai at Bar Bali  and Nocturnal Jungle. He also exhibited his art work with Yure Kensaku at Lunarverb Gallery, hotel Art Fair Ma Du Zi. Furthermore, he is an artist at Seescape and joins the group exhibitions with For continuously. He is a graphic designer for many brands as well. Exhibition Period22nd October - 21st November 2013 Venue:'next to NORMAL' 1st floor, Atrium zone, CentralWorld 999/9 Rama 1 Rd., Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand Exhibition opening :Date:22nd October 2013 at 19.00hr Venue:Atrium Zone, 1st floor CentralWorld (In front of 'next to NORMAL') 999/9 Rama 1 Rd., Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand Curators : Kanoknuch Sillapawisawakul (Practical Design Studio) Hiro Sukiyama (Enlightenment) Organizers:Executive Committee of Here is ZINE 7th BANGKOK-TOKYO Practical Design Studio ENLIGHTENMENT MUZINA UBIES  Sponsors: CentralWorld Next to Normal Happening CYBER PRINT DIGITAL DEPT JAPAN FOUNDATION +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ©2013. Practical Design Studio Co., Ltd.
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