Kawanabe Kyosai. He’d have had the best instagram ever.
Of course, these are just a small appetizer – the show is HUGE, and so full of great stuff, it took me over an hour to see it all. If you’re in Tokyo before “This is Kyosai: The Israel Goldman Collection” ends on April 16, 2017, GO. It’s at the Bunkamura in Shibuya, costs ¥1400 to get in, and subject me to an hour in the room with the winner of the fart battle if it’s not worth every yen. Here’s the link. All these images were shot from the show’s catalog, which is also worth every yen.
If you’d like to visit Shibuya the next time you’re in Tokyo, all my favorite stuff to do is on my other blog, The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had.
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Jonelle Patrick writes novels set in Japan, produces the monthly e-magazine Japanagram, and blogs at Only In Japan and The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had
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So colorful 🙂 I can’t pick a favorite!
Me neither! I had so many pages tagged with post-it notes in my catalog, it was ridiculous (but I didn’t want to spoil the ENTIRE show for those who might actually be able to come see it lol)
Who knew? Amazing. Having a good trip?
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Yes, always! Now, if the damn cherry blossoms would just bloom already…(><;;)