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The Exhibition

At the Berlin Festival, around 200 pictures from Tokyo and Japan were exhibited. The range of pictures went from traditional art like Japanese scroll paintings and calligraphy to contemporary art.




23rd June 2014 | 6:30pm

Guest of honor

Mr. Kei Iwabuchi
Department for Public Relations and Culture, Embassy of Japan in Germany

Ms. Petra Schwarz
Senate Chancellery Berlin, Division for International Relations

Calligraphy performance

Miwako Nagaoka from Japan


Gesangssolisten der Musikschule Fanny Hensel, Berlin Mitte
W.A. Mozart: Don Giovanni & Le nozze di Figaro




22nd June 2014 | 1:45pm

Trio: 2 Flutes and Cello

Aikidō demonstration

22nd June 2014 | 3:00pm

Max Seinsch, Aikidōkan Berlin


22nd June 2014 | 4:30pm

Tomoko Germar (Flute, Shino-Flute):J.S. Bach & Japanese music


24th June 2014 | 3:45pm

Hisako Komiya (Piano): Japanese music


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Exhibition in Tokyo | KI–ZU–NA
Curated and sponsored by Create IMS Tokyo

August 19th – 23th 2014 | Tokyo
18th 11am-4pm | 19th & 20th 11am-6pm | 21th 11am-3pm 

The German artworks featured in the Art Festival 2014 were displayed in an exhibition in Tokio in August 2014. Two artists from Germany were invited to the exhibition in Japan, which was curated and sponsored by Create IMS Tokyo.


Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre
1-8-1 Nishi-Ikebukuro | Toshima-ku | Tokyo 171-0021 | Japan


22nd August 2014 | 6:00pm

Guest of honor

  • Ms. Andrea Finken
    Cultural Section, German Embassy Tokyo
  • Mr. Hideki Yokoyama
    Director of the International Affairs Division, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
  • Ms. Katrin-Susanne Schmidt
    Chef manager, German-Japanese Society Berlin e.V.
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