Mitsuko Ogura, whose Tenugui works Japan Suite will present in a few weeks, just showcased these beautiful Kimono and Yukata in Nezu, Tokyo. Here are a few photos from the show. We hope to be there next summer!
Tenugui works by Mitsuko Ogura Japan Suite is honored and excited to present a variety of Tenugui works by Mitsuko Ogura, a Katazome (a Japanese style of stencil dying) artist from Tokyo. A Tenugui is a traditional Japanese cotton towel, which is light and thin. We prefer to use them as scarves, head wraps, handkerchiefs, or as a wrapping cloth for a gift or to brighten up your day. They also make very nice wall hangings if you so choose. Mitsuko Ogura is a true “Edokko”, born and raised in…
Japan Suite visited @Japansociety “Garden of Unearthly Delights” this weekend, and again, blown away by Manabu Ikeda’s meticulous paintings. He fills in massive 6x11 foot space with fine-point pen, one of the works here took him 2 years by working 8 hours everyday. I was surprised to hear that he does not plan ahead and just keep drawing small parts spontaneously. Foretoken, which tsunami swallowing the civilization, was painted before 2011, and in fact, removed from an
Remembering Fukushima on March 11 Photo by Ria Shibayama #tsunami #fukushima #anniversary #art #liveart