Nov 20th
Nov 30th

The Flower Box Exhibition

Celebrating 20 years of the Nicolai Bergmann flower box

By Lynda Hogan    - 1 min read
Venue: Roppongi Hills When: Nov 20th - Nov 30th 2020
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Roppongi Hills is hosting a flower box exhibition showcasing a series of flower boxes. The exhibit commemorates the 20th anniversary of the original Nicolai Bergmann’s flower box creation and will be directed by Nicolai Bergmann himself. This is a traveling exhibition that is starting in Japan and will move on to several other countries. As the Omotesando Hills exhibition was cancelled and the Dazaifu Tenmangu and Kiyomizu Dera exhibitions were postponed, this will be the first opportunity to see this celebration of a 20 year milestone for the flower box. The Flower Box Exhibition will kick off in Japan and continue overseas.

The event is being held from Friday November 20th to Monday November 30th in the Sky Gallery, Tokyo City View, in Roppongi Hills. The exhibition requires an additional fee of ¥800 per person on top of the entry fee into Tokyo City View, which costs ¥1800 per adult and ¥600 for children.

Getting there

By train: Tokyo City View is a three minute walk from Tokyo Metro Hibiya line's Roppongi station Exit 1C.

By car: the Sky Gallery is about a ten minute drive from the Metropolitan Expressway Shibuya exit or fifteen minutes drive from the Gaien exit.

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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 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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Elena Lisina a year ago
Looks nice! Would like to see some more compositions.
Lynda Hogan Author a year ago
Something different. I personally love flowers so seeing them displayed this way interests me :)
Kim a year ago
Ah! Just wrote this one up myself and then refreshed the page and saw your article on it! I Iove his floral displays!
Kim a year ago
Not at all! Yours was better written!! <3