Art and Culture

TIFO supports exhibitions of Japanese arts and culture held at museums and galleries, and other activities that introduce Japanese arts and culture to communities outside Japan.
  • Europe
  • Europe, Middle East And Africa
  • Asia
  • Asia and Oceania

2005

The Americas

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (USA)
Production of a digital gallery, "Highlights of the Japanese Art Collection of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts"

The Americas

The Corcoran Museum of Art (USA)
Exhibition of photographs by Shomei Tomatsu

The Americas

Japanese Friendship Garden (USA)
Workshops and lectures on Japanese gardening

Europe

Musee de Louvre (France)
Production and donation of explanatory panels in Japanese for an exhibition

Europe

The British Museum (UK)
Special exhibition on Kabuki: "Kabuki Heroes on the Osaka Stage: 1780-1830"

Europe

Victoria and Albert Museum (UK)
Restoration project for "Mazarin' s Chest," a Japanese lacquer box

Europe

Naprestek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures (Czech)
Creation of digital library of the museum' s Japanese art collection

Asia

International Corporation NGO IV-Japan (Laos)
8th presentation of "Know Japan," a Japanese culture festival

Asia

Galung Foundation (Indonesia)
Japanese language and cultural activities

Asia

Ohanashi Caravan Center (Indonesia)
Puppet theater performances for Indonesian children

Asia

Revisiting Japanese Art (China)
Joint Japanese-Chinese exhibition, "9 Sound Tones in Beijing, 2005," plus lectures, in Beijing
Tokyo National Museum(Japan)
Production of museum pamphlets in English, Korean, French, Chinese, German, and Spanish
Nara National Museum (Japan)
Production of museum pamphlets in English, Korean, French, Chinese, German, and Spanish
National Museum of Western Art (Japan)
Exhibition of woodblock prints made in 16th-18th centuries
National Museum of Modern Art (Japan)
Production of museum pamphlets in English, Korean, Chinese, German, and French
Kyoto National Museum (Japan)
Production of museum pamphlets in English, Korean, Chinese, and French
Kyushu National Museum (Japan)
Production of museum pamphlets in English, Korean, French, Chinese, German, and Spanish
Nihon Keizai Shinbun (Japan)
"Museum Summit 2005"
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