Amenochi Hareno Hi

Throughout the year, Park Hotel Tokyo holds series of art exhibitions “ART colours” representing the four seasons of Japan.

In the summer with the highest temperature of the four seasons, you can enjoy traditional Mikoshi (carrying a portable shrine on your shoulders) and Hayashi (playing on Japanese instruments), and there are many greatest days such as Bon Odori (Japanese festival dance), Ennichi (street festival), Tanabata festival (star festival holds in July) and Noryo Sai (summer festival in the cool of the evening) in the summer. “Hareno Hi” is an auspicious extraordinary days against the backdrop of the four seasons and culture of Japan.

Due to the changing times and values, the days of Japanese traditional good culture have been decreasing in demand and customs these days. It can be said that this change has made the extraordinary life blends into the everyday life, making the everyday life extraordinary, and blurring the line between everyday life and extraordinary life.

Don’t you think that it is the time to reconsider the everyday life around us in this era when the everyday life and extraordinary life are vague?

The main artwork of this summer exhibition is “Nankuru Naisa“ drawn by artist Mika Chiba. In the Okinawa dialect, it means that if you work hard to get on the right path, someday a good day will come to you.

By interacting with artworks drawing everyday life, you may discover a new Hareno Hi (the greatest day). We hope that Hareno Hi like summer shinning sky will reach you through this summer exhibition.

* Works on exhibit are available for purchase.

Vol. 33 2020 Summer Exhibition

Period: July 1 (Wed.) – September 12 (Sat.), 2020
Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Atrium (25F)
Admission: Free

[Curated by] Gallery UG
[Graphic Designed by] Design Studio PHT
[Organized by] Park Hotel Tokyo

Art Works

Everything Will Be Fine
F50 91 x 116.7 cm
oil paint
Everything Will Be Fine
Wake up, Four in the morning
F50 116.7 x 91 cm
Mixed Media
Wake up, Four in the morning
S15 65.2 x 65.2 cm
Mineral pigments, pigments and gold paint on Japanese paper
Kunihiko NOHARA
157 x 59.5 x 28.3 cm
zelkova wood
25 x24 x 23 cm
Takaoki TAJIMA
An equestrian stature that splits a bun into two
50 x 35.5 x 16 cm
An equestrian stature that splits a bun into two
35.7 x 91 cm
acrylic on wood panel

Nankuru naisa

by Chief Cocktail Designer Takayuki Suzuki

Price: 1,600 JPY
* Tax & service charge included

Profile of Artist

“Infinite Time and Space Amid Cognizant Japanese Beauty”

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