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The Japan Foundation Traveling Exhibitions
The Japan Foundation Traveling Exhibitions

The Japan Foundation continuously conducts the “Traveling Exhibitions Program” to introduce Japanese arts and culture to overseas.

The traveling exhibitions includes a wide range of exhibitions from those to introduce traditional Japanese beauty such as ceramic art, craft and Japanese dolls to those to showcase the reality of modern Japan such as contemporary art, photography, architecture and designs.  Approximately twenty permanent traveling exhibitions are on the road throughout the year, appearing in over 100 art galleries, museums and cultural facilities

These traveling exhibitions are co-organized by the Japan Foundation and diplomatic missions abroad, with the cooperation of the art galleries, museums and cultural organizations in each country. We hope you will enjoy our exhibitions held in your country.

Catalog of The Japan Foundation Traveling Exhibitions. PDF (PDF/2.42KB)


Newly Organized Traveling Exhibitions

The three exhibitions planned on the occasion of the 1st anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake include “Beautiful Handicrafts of Tohoku, Japan” to introduce the beauty of long-lasting traditional craftsmanship in Tohoku, “Tohoku through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers” to introduce the various aspects of Tohoku from the perspective of nine individual photographers associated with Tohoku, and “How Did Architects Respond Immediately after 3/11 (The Great East Japan Earthquake)?” to present the diverse range of projects launched by architects throughout the region until now since the Great East Japan Earthquake .





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