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Shiseido Gallery資生堂ギャラリー

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The Shiseido Gallery was originally opened in 1919, making it oldest surviving art gallery in Japan. The Shiseido Gallery's vision is to contribute to the discovery and creation of new types of beauty; focusing on contemporary art, the Gallery works actively to showcase art that embodies the contemporary era while demonstrating both cutting-edge innovation and purity. In 2001, the Shiseido Gallery reopened in the B1 level of the Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building. With an exhibition space that features a ceiling that is more than five meters in height, making it the highest in the Ginza area, the new Shiseido Gallery has attracted a great deal of interest from international artists.

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place Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 8-8-3 Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building B1
phone 0335723901

Review of Shiseido Gallery

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Reviewed:2017/04/11 Small and Boutique and Off The Tourist Map
This free gallery houses rotating exhibitions of contemporary Japanese artists.

The current exhibition is the fifth and final exhibition by members of the Seventh Tsubaki-kai (an artists...
Reviewed:2017/02/05 Beautiful exhibition for free
For decades, this cosmetic company has supported contemporary artists such as Car Guo Qiang. It has a white cube gallery in the basement of their restaurant/parlour building in Ginza, which holds...
Reviewed:2016/03/30 Speak multiple languages
Observed sales reps can speak Chinese, English and Japanese. Selection of product was good. Well lit on corner of street.



Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 8-8-3 Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building B1 [map]



[Sunday、Public holiday]11:00-18:00
[Admission fee]Free

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