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sericocoさん: I'm what I like.
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ブログタイトルI'm what I like.
自由文ブログのテーマは、文字通り "what I like." アメリカのテレビ番組、ファッション、アジアの手仕事、女性論、世代論、マーケティング、旅行、リゾートライフなど気のむくままにいろいろと、です。
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  • Ukiuyo-e Is a Media that Shows Us the lives of Edo People.
  • I went to an exhibition of Ukiyo-e or Japanese wood block printings entitled “Kuniyoshi Kunisada,” which was held at the Bunkamura Museum in Shibuya.Ukiyo in Ukiyo-e originally means sorrow and short-lived(憂き), but the  meaning changed to buoyant(浮き浮き)as the society became stable and people started enjoying their lives in Edo, the largest city in Japan.  The unique point of t [続きを読む]
  • Strolling around Tsukiji and Higashi-Ginza (1)
  • Tsukiji Honganji TempleTsukiji is a huge market, which deals with 8,800 tons of fish, vegetables, and fruits a day.  It’s surprising that that amount is traded just in a day for satisfying the demand of people in Tokyo.  The other day, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced that the Auction Hall of Tsukiji market is going to move to Toyosu, a bit to the south from where it is, [続きを読む]
  • Anime All Star Version of “Flowers Will Bloom” is Gorgeous!
  • NHK released the new version of 311 earthquake recovery support song, “hana ha saku” or “Flowers will bloom” in March.  They call it “anime all star version” and the anime characters, which are very popular among Japanese almost all generations appeared in it.  For example, “Space Cruiser Yamato,” “Pocket Monster,” “Lupin the third,” “Astro Boy,” “Neon Genesis Evangelion, [続きを読む]
  • Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Collection
  • I went to the Yokohama Museum to see “Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Collection.”  You might think it’s the art work of
    Takashi Murakami, one of the most successful artists in contemporary art, but it’s the display of Murakami’s private collecti
    on as an energetic art collector.  It was mind-boggling and incredibly overwhelming.The collection is assembled based on the
    artist’s unique [続きを読む]
  • Working As a Guide Interpreter
  • Last month, I received a letter confirming that I passed the test to be a government licensed guide interpreter.  It’s a qualification that enables you to guide foreign tourists with a monetary reward.  I took this exam just for a challenge, but I never imagined working as a guide interpreter up to now. In 2015, the total number of tourists visiting Japan was 19,730,000.  It w [続きを読む]
  • One Day Picnic to Hakone.
  • I went to Hakone last weekend.  Hakone is a popular resort, which is well-known for having many hot springs, beautiful scener
    y and wholesome climate.  It’s easy to access from Tokyo and in my case, it took about an hour to drive from Yokohama. 
    ; It’s so convenient.It was a fine day and I had expected to view Mt. Fuji from a very close point.  I think that Mt. Fuji
    has a specia [続きを読む]
  • Yoko Ono: from My Window
  • photo: Museum of Contemporary Art,TokyoI went to see an exhibition entitled “Yoko Ono: from My Window” held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo in Kiyosumi-shirakawa.  Yoko Ono is most of thought of in her relationship with John Lennon, but she has been a great artist in contemporary art long before she met him. She is one of the pioneers of conceptual art and I have been a big fa [続きを読む]
  • The Future of Japanese Traditional Crafts.
  • photo:  Johoji-urushiThe other day, I joined a talk session on Japanese traditional crafts at Midtown in Roppongi.
      Hidetoshi Nakata, a former football player and Jun Nakagawa, CEO of Nakagawa Masashiti shoten in Nara pref. talked abo
    ut their endeavors to promote Japanese traditional crafts.  It was very interesting and thought provoking for me.Nakata,
    known as [続きを読む]
  • The Remains of the Azuchi Castle.
  • photo: azuchi-shiga.comIf I were asked what period of Japanese history do you like best, I would say it would be the Azuchi Momoya
    ma period (1573-1603) because many unique and innovative people appeared in the era such as Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and S
    en no Rikyu. Oda Nobunaga was a war load who completed the way to unify the nation and promoted the merchandising by opening a new
    market wi [続きを読む]
  • Mitate and Hiroshi Sugimoto
  • I went to the Chiba City Museum of Art to see Hiroshi Sugimoto’s two part exhibition entitled “Past and Present in Three parts” and “Art and Leisure.”  It was a compact but extraordinarily gorgeous exhibition, which takes in his works including his three great photographic masterpieces and the “toko-no-shiturae,” or artistic settings for a tea ceremony room alcove.    As [続きを読む]
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