Award-winning Works From The Paralym Art World Cup 2021 Are On Display

In collaboration with Shogaisha Jiritsu Suishin Kikou Association Introducing Paralym Art (hereafter referred to as Paralym Art), the “Paralym Art Museum Exhibition” will be on permanent display on the 29th and 32nd floor as part of our social contribution activities.
We are displaying and selling 13 award-winning works from the Paralym Art World Cup 2021, held in 2021. Park Hotel Tokyo participated in the Paralym Art World Cup 2021 as a cooperative enterprise and judge.

Award-winning Works From The Paralym Art World Cup 2021
Place Corridor Gallery 29 (Park Hotel Tokyo 29F)
Fare: Admission Free
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*A part of the sales from those vending machines will go through the Paralym Art organization and be used to support independence and societal progress for artists.

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PARK HOTEL TOKYO Award ”Mixture of cultures”

[A Comment On Our Selection]
Park Hotel Tokyo welcomes and serves many guests from Japan and overseas. The work that we selected is “Mixture of cultures” by Eduardo Boyd of Panama. This work draws you to its exotic smile and displays the very picture of the efforts and organizational culture of Park Tokyo Hotel. It was selected by staff who had gathered at a screening meeting. Park Hotel Tokyo accepts differences in the nationalities and cultures of its guests and staff, and offers you a Japanese sense of beauty. Park Hotel Tokyo will continue to greet its guests with a humble and gentle smile like the main character in this artwork.
We are wholeheartedly grateful for having encountered this work.


Corridor Gallery

Park Hotel Tokyo is exploring the concept of “Infinite Time and Space Amid Cognizant Japanese Beauty” and engaging in a variety of activities to help our guests further experience the appeal of Japan and Japanese culture through the medium of art.
As part of our efforts, we have established the “Corridor Gallery”, an exhibition space in which guests can stroll through corridors and look at pieces of art as they might at an art museum. Set in the corridors of all guest room floors from 26 to 34, the space plays on the theme “Art for all” and reflects the hotel’s desire for people to feel art more closely.

“Infinite Time and Space Amid Cognizant Japanese Beauty”

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