The Sea and Ancient Tombs of Taiza
Exhibition TOMORROW FIELD "TAIZA Studio"
September - November, 2021
We will be holding a special exhibition TAIZA Studio in Taiza, Kyotango, the northernmost part of Kyoto, as the programming aimed around our goal of a building a sustainable society at TOMORROW FIELD.
In this exhibition, the founding members, local craftsmen, and skilled builders of sukiya (traditional Japanese wood architecture) who were responsible for the renovation of SEI alongside architect Ryue Nishizawa, together with the newly graduated staff of TOMORROW, will present how they created this space that proposes a sustainable lifestyle for the future.
We hope you will take this opportunity to visit Kyotango, where you can fully enjoy the natural beauty of Japan and visit the exhibition.
Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays from September 27 to November 15
Capacity: 4 people (every 30 minutes)
by reservation only
Venue: TOMORROW FIELD TAIZA Studio (Taiza, Tango-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture) Admission: Free for TOMORROW FIELD members General public: 1,500 yen
Students: 1,000 yen
Youth 16 years old and younger: 500 yen
**Note to new TOMORROW FIELD members (those who joined in August or September 2020): Please pay your annual membership fee on the day of the exhibition or visit website before your visit.
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This exhibition is supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan for the fiscal year 2021.
Organized by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, TOMORROW
Exhibition logo: Koji Kakinuma
Wood Eaves: Shuji Nakagawa
Clay wall: Akio Niisato
Kitchen supervision: Ken Sakamoto (cenci)
Glass door: Satoshi Sato (PONTE)
Paper door: Koh Kado (Kamisoe)
Space planning: Shunya Hashizume（TOMORROW）
Venue design supervision: Atsushi Torii (Atelier Kokonoma)
Space Fabrication: Omura Contractor
Clay wall guidance: Nakasu Plasterer
Tatami: Takamuro Tatami
Mounting: Fujita Gasōdō
Kitchen furniture: Jyurinsha
Paper Lantern: Kojima Shōten
(Logo of TOMORROW FIELD: Hiroshi Sugimoto)
Curator: Kayo Tokuda (TOMORROW)
Project manager: Shunya Hashizume (TOMORROW)