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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

THE 59th JAPAN TRADITIONAL ART CRAFTS EXHIBITION

Temperatures reached 37 degrees Celsius in Niigata and many areas were caught in a rainstorm due to Typhoon Sanba yesterday.

September 17th was Respect-for-Senior-Citizens Day. A recreational meeting for the aged was held at a nearby town meeting place. My neighborhood association gave my mother kouhaku manju(red and white buns filled with sweat bean paste).
Compared with last year, the average life expectancy for Japanese decreased. It is said that increased deaths due to last year's quake and tsunami was one of the causes for it.

The 59th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition(日本伝統工芸展) is being held at Mitsukoshi department store in Tokyo from September 19th to October 1st.
The exhibition's winning works are available in each venue, but their prices are not indicated. I'll tell you about the features of this year's exhibition later.

The Exhibition will travel through the following areas:

19 September to 1 October 2012
       Tokyo exhibition, Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi Main Store, Tokyo

3 to 8 October 2012
       Nagoya exhibition, Mitsukoshi Nagoya Sakae Store, Aichi Prefecture

10 to 15 October 2012
      Kyoto exhibition, Takashimaya Kyoto Store, Kyoto

17 to 22 October 2012
     Osaka exhibition, JR Osaka Mitsukoshi Isetan Store, Osaka

26 October to 4 November 2012
    Kanazawa exhibition, Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art, Ishikawa Prefecture

9 to 14 November 2012
      Sendai exhibition, Mitsukoshi Sendai Store (Japanese version only), Miyagi Prefecture

22 November to 9 December 2012
     Okayama exhibition, the Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art, Okayama Prefecture

12 to 25 December 2012
     Matsue exhibition, Shimane Art Museum, Shimane Prefecture

2 to 20 January 2013
     Takamatsu exhibition, the Kagawa Museum, Kagawa Prefecture

6 to 11 February 2013
     Fukuoka exhibition, Mitsukoshi Fukuoka Store, Fukuoka Prefecture

19 to 24 February 2013
     Matsuyama exhibition, Mitsukoshi Matsuyama Store (Japanese version only), Ehime Prefecture

27 February to 17 March 2013
      Hiroshima exhibition, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Hiroshima Prefecture

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