Gently Cradled ~Easy Living~

Kei Hiraga|Ryu Kadosaka|Iwao Namai|Hyogo Mino|Madoka Shibata

Spring in Japan arrives in stages as the cold air gradually begins to subside and new buds begin to swell. It is a special season highlighted by vivid colors and the aroma of blossoms.
At the exhibition, visitors can enjoy Japanese art, both modern and traditional, and the spring season in a space filled with sun light. The exhibition includes floral motif paintings by Kei Hiraga, Ryu Kadosaka, Iwao Namai, Hyogo Mino, Madoka Shibata and others capturing the images of spring, focused on cherry blossoms, a symbol of Japan.
Other displays include a folding screen featuring paintings popular during the Azuchi-Momoyama period and a hand-drawn Ukiyoe hanging scroll. Relax enjoying the Gently Cradled ~Easy Living~.

Vol. 5 2013 Spring Exhibition

Date: March 12 (Mon.) – May 19, 2013 (Sun.)
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Place: 25F Atrium
Fare: Admission Free

[Cooperation] Hagurodo, Shinobazu Gallery
[Produced by] creative unit moon
[Video Production] antymark

Artists

Hand-painted Ukiyo-e  |  Kei Hiraga  |  Ryu Kadosaka  |  Iwao Namai  |  Hyogo Mino  |  Madoka Shibata



Art Works

Kei Hiraga
Picture of Revelry
1994
130.3×162.1cm Acryl, canvas
Picture of Revelry
Madoka Shibata
Swirl
2012
33.3cm×22.0cm Oil on canvas
Swirl
Iwao Namai
Getting Tepid
2010
130.3×89.4cm Ink, Mineral pigments
Getting Tepid
Hyogo Mino
The Beckoning Cat
2012
W27/D30/H51 Seto ceramics with design
The Beckoning Cat
Madoka Shibata
Pattern between the Flowers
2012
60.6×72.7cm Oil on canvas
Pattern between the Flowers
Unknown
Ryukyo Folding Screen
Momoyama period
14.5×24×29cm Folding screen
Ryukyo Folding Screen
Ryu Kadosaka
Cherry Tree in Full Bloom
2005
23.7×35.6cm Engraving (limited edition: 50)
Cherry Tree in Full Bloom
Hyogo Mino
Hanafuda playing card series - The Beckoning Cat (cherry)
2013
15.0×10.0cm Acryl
Hanafuda playing card series - The Beckoning Cat (cherry)
Madoka Shibata
Swirl
2012
45.5cm×33.3cm Oil on canvas
Swirl
Kei Hiraga
Clients Hanging Around the Corridor, and Mr. Y
1990
95×83×3cm Acryl, Japanese paper, collage
Clients Hanging Around the Corridor, and Mr. Y
Ryu Kadosaka
Thousand-Year Cherry Tree
2010
82×150cm Engraving (limited edition: 50)
Thousand-Year Cherry Tree
Madoka Shibata
Flowing away
2012
27.3×22.0cm Oil on canvas
Flowing away
Madoka Shibata
Flower Pattern Scenery
2012
72.7×91.0cm Oil on canvas
Flower Pattern Scenery
Ryu Kadosaka
Goshozakura Cherry Tree
2012
31.5×23.6cm Engraving (limited edition: 50)
Goshozakura Cherry Tree
Ryu Kadosaka
Ondine
2011
31.5×23.6cm each Engraving (limited edition: 1)
Ondine
Hyogo Mino
Hanafuda playing card series - The Beckoning Cat (nobusuma)
2013
15.0×10.0cm Acryl
Hanafuda playing card series - The Beckoning Cat (nobusuma)
Madoka Shibata
Leaves which will probably turn red
2012
22.0×27.3cm Oil on canvas
Leaves which will probably turn red
Eisho
Traveling Geisha under cherry blossoms
Edo period
172×48.0cm Hand-painted Ukiyoe
Traveling Geisha under cherry blossoms
Kei Hiraga
Hunch
1990
53.0×45.5cm Lithograph
Hunch

yaezakura

Bar A Van Tateru Yoshino (25F)

The “yaezakura” is a mountain cherry tree which is the last to bloom of all the cherries.
So, like the reluctant heart which can’t make up its mind, it has been loved as a cherry tree for making a wish.
This exhibition, which collects works with a floral motif centering on the cherry tree, will last until the fifth lunar month (“sanaetsuki”).
We created a cocktail just like the “yaezakura” which blooms in natural woodland around that time.
Period: 2013. 3/12 (Tue) – 5/19 (Sun)
1,365yen (tax inc., service extra)

Kaiseki

Hanasansho (25F)

Enjoy “Kaiseki” cuisine with about 10 dishes, seasonal cuisine with cherry snapper and cherry trout, “steamed cherries”, etc.
You can also have a “cherry lunchbox”.
“Cherry Kaiseki”: 8,400 yen, “Cherry Lunchbox” 3,765 yen (inc. tax, service extra)
Period: 4/1 (Mon) – 4/30 (Tue)

Confit of striped marlin, cherry flavor

the Restaurant tateru yoshino Shiodomé(25F)

“Confit of striped marlin, cherry flavor” (Lunch/Dinner) Lunch, various courses available/ Dinner, 7,875 yen and 10,500 yen (tax inc., service extra)
Period:2013. 4/1 (Mon) – 4/30 (Tue)

Red Turnip Soup, Cherry Flavor

Atrium (25F)

Atrium dinner (for 2 or more persons) 4,725 yen (4 dishes/inc.tax, service extra)
Period:2013. 4/1 (Mon) – 4/30 (Tue)
* Please note that menu is subject to change depending on availability.

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