Interest 100 Artists Exhibit Their Vision of Japan in Akihabara
posted on 2013-04-20 21:00 EDT by Lynzee Loveridge
The “Eshi 100-nin Ten” (100-Artist Exhibition) exhibition will display anime- and game-inspired works of 100 artists in Tokyo's Akihabara district from April 28 to May 6. The exhibit will be held in Akiba Square with "one view of Japan" as a theme.
“Firefly Village” by Alpha
“Autumn Play” by Kantoku
“Fortune's Feast” by Mizu Kisaragi
“Winter's Song” by Tometa Ohara
"Natsuya Sumi" by Kou Betsukan
The event is currently in its third annual installment. The goal of the event is to expose modern Japanese art and culture to the rest of the world.
The exhibition will be open daily from 10:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m., with entry into the event open until 7:30 p.m. Admission is 1,000 yen (about US$10) for high school age visitors and older, and free for visitors middle school age and younger.
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