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The Saijo Folk Museum has some unusual arts and crafts housed in a beautiful Japanese art nouveau building.
The 58th Traditional Crafts of Tokyo Exhibition will display 40 different arts and crafts for sale from January 21-26, 2015.
A tiny art gallery in Yanaka, Space Oguraya has some beautiful paintings and a friendly, peaceful atmosphere.
The Furusato Kazahaya Traditional Arts Festival features vernacular arts that you probably haven't heard of before, but they beat TV.
Japan Media Arts Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The topic of this year is power to change where it shows several of the award winning pieces in different topics throughout these 20 years.
Residing just a mere seven minute walk from the main gallery of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, is the Kōgeikan Crafts Gallery. An annex of the Museum opened in 1977, it displays textiles, ceramics, lacquer ware and other Japanese crafts as well as craft and design from around the world dating from the late 19th century to the present. Its collection focus in particular is the work of Japanese Living National Treasures. The current exhibit "From Crafts to Kogei" commemorates the 60th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition. If you happen to be in the area on January 26th or February 22nd 2014, the gallery is having a special event called "Touch and Talk" with English speaking staff. Visitors will be able to touch craft pieces and hear detailed information on how they were made.
Near Akihabara in central Tokyo, 3331 Arts Chiyoda is a lively modern art venue in a renovated junior high school, holding a diverse range of events and exhibitions.
Close to Kiyomizudera temple in Japan's former capital Kyoto, the Sannenzaka Museum houses small but beautiful exhibitions of traditional crafts such as metalwork, wood and ivory carvings, cloisonne enameling, and exquisitely detailed ceramics