Nov 6th
Mar 7th

That is Why I Want to Be Saved

An exhibition by Ken and Julia Yonetani

By Lynda Hogan    - 1 min read
Venue: Tokorozawa Sakura Town When: Nov 6th - Mar 7th 2021, 12:00am - 6:00pm
While this event is confirmed, coronavirus (COVID-19) measures may result in sudden cancellation, postponement or changes to the event format (eg online only). While we do our best to keep our listings updated, please check the official event website for the latest info.

That is why I want to be saved is the first large scale exhibition of Ken + Julia Yonetani in Japan. Ken and Julia Yonetani refer to these type of exhibitions as a survey show. These contemporary artists evoke environmental awareness in their unique art and sculptures. The exhibtion will be the first ever at the Edit and Art Gallery on the fourth floor of the new Kadokawa Culture Museum.

The exhibition starts on November 6th and runs until March 7th. It is on from 10 am to 6 pm on the days the museum is open. The museum is open daily from Wednesday to Monday, but generally closes on a Tuesday. However, in the opening month it is only taking one Tuesday off, the 17th of November. The December schedule is not yet available. Please check the latest calendar on the official site for the most up-to-date holiday announcements.

Getting there

By public transport: The Kadokawa Culture Museum at Tokorozawa Sakura Town is minutes walk from Higashi Tokorozawa Station.

By car: Parking is available, but it is charged. It costs 200 yen for 30 minutes, but capped at 600 yen on weekdays and 1800 yen on weekends.

More info

Find out more about Tokorozawa Sakura Town.

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Lynda Hogan

Lynda Hogan @lynda.hogan

Lynda has been in Japan for 20 years and blogging about Saitama on her personal blog insaitama.com for 14 of them.  Despite its central location, just North of Tokyo, Saitama is still quite unknown to the international tourist, but frequented by domestic travelers. It is a great place to experience some off-the-international-tourist-trail locations and meet with locals and national tourists. I hope to introduce a taste of what there is to do and see in my articles on Japan Travel and help you with your Saitama travel planning.  Be sure to stop by my website where you will find 600 things to do in Saitama and 400 active events! 

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