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Company Name    Art Tokyo Association 

Date Founded       May 1st, 2015


Representative Naohiko Kishi
Main Business
Activities

Various activities to promote art and culture
(1)Planning and implementing entertainment that will transform Japan
(2)Planning and cooperation in auctions of traditional crafts
(3) Art tourism disseminating the appeals of Tokyo and regional Japan to the rest of the world
(4) International exchange through art

Main Business
Partners
TV TOKYO Corporation/BS TV TOKYO Corporation/DENTSU INC./The Mainichi Newspapers Co.,Ltd/
Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Inc./TBS RadioInc./Galleries and art dealers in Japan and overseas/
Sekisui House, Ltd./Tokyo Tatemono Co.,Ltd./Warehouse TERRADA/ Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo/ 
The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto/Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation/MORIMOTO Co.,Ltd
MATSUSHIMA HOLDINGS CO.,LTD. /Credit Suisse /TikTok
Main Partners
Organizations

[Government Offices & Ministries]
Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
Agency for Cultural Affairs
Japan Tourism Agency

[Local Governments]
Hokkaido Government /Gunma Prefecture /Fukui Prefecture /Kyoto Prefecture /Osaka Prefectural Government /Nara Prefecture/Kagawa Prefecture/Toshima City/Toyama City/Kanazawa City/Kyoto City

[Nonprofit and Companies]
Japanese Red Cross Society

[Academic institution]
Tokyo University of the Arts/University of Tsukuba/Joshibi University of Art and Design/
Tama Art University/Tokyo Zokei University/Musashino Art University

[Museums]
The National Art Center, Tokyo/The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo/TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM/
The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma/Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo/
TOKYO METROPOLITAN ART MUSEUM/Artizon Museum/The Ueno Royal Museum/
Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo/WHAT - Collectors’ museum/SUNTORY MUSEUM of ART/
Sompo Museum of Art/Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery/Toguri Museum of Art/Hara Museum ARC/
POLA Museum of Art/Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo/Mori Art Museum

[Embassy]
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Angola in Japan
Embassy of the Argentine Republic in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Japan
Austrian Embassy/Austrian Cultural Forum Tokyo/Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Japan
Embassy of Belize in Japan/EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BENIN TO JAPAN
Embassy of the Plurinational State of Bolivia in Japan/EMBASSY  OF  BOSNIA  AND  HERZEGOVINA, TOKYO
Embassy of the Republic of Botswana in Japan/Embassy of Brazil
British Council/Embassy of Brunei Darussalam in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Japan/Embassy of Burkina Faso in Japan
Royal Embassy of Cambodia to Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Chile in Japan
Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Colombia in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Costa Rica in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Japan/Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tokyo
Royal Danish Embassy/Embassy of the Republic of Djibouti in Japan
Embassy of the Dominican Republic in Japan/Embassy of D. R. Congo
Embassy of the Republic of Ecuador in Japan/Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of El Salvador in Japan/Embassy of the State of Eritrea in Japan
Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia/Embassy of the Republic of Fiji
Embassy of Finland, Tokyo/The Finnish Institute in Japan/Embassy of France/Institut français du Japon
Embassy of Georgia/Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Embassy of the Republic of Ghana/Embassy of Greece in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Guatemala in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Guinea in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Honduras in Japan
Embassy of Hungary  Japan/Hungarian Cultural Institute Tokyo Embassy of the Republic of Iceland in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Japan/Cultural Center of the Embassy of the I.R.IRAN
Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in Japan/Embassy of Ireland
Embassy of Israel in Japan /Embassy of Italy in Japan
Embassy of Jamaica/Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Japan
Korean Cultural Center Korean Embassy in Japan/Embassy of the State of Kuwait in Japan
Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic in Japan/Embassy of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Lebanon in Japan/Embassy of the Kingdom of Lesotho in Japan
Embassy of the State of Libya/Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Madagascar in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Malawi in Japan
Embassy of Malaysia in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Maldives in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Mali in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of the Marshall Islands in Japan
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania in Japan/Embassy of Mexico in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in Japan/Embassy of Mongolia
Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Mozambique in Japan
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA/Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Embassy of the Republic of Nicaragua in Japan/Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of North Macedonia in Japan/Norwegian Embassy in Japan
Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman in Japan/Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Palau in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Panama in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Paraguay in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Peru in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines, Tokyo, Japan/Embassy of Portugal in Japan / Camões I.P.
Embassy of Romania in Japan/Embassy of the Independent State of Samoa in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of San Marino in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Senegal in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Japan
Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of South Africa in Japan/Embassy of Spain in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Japan/Embassy of Switzerland in Japan
Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic in Japan/Royal Thai Embassy in Japan
Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste/Embassy of the Republic of Togo in Japan
Embassy of the Kingdom of Tonga in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Tunisia
Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Uganda in Japan
Embassy of Ukraine in Japan/Embassy of the United States of America in Japan
Embassy of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay/Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Japan
Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Japan
Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Japan
Embassy of the Republic of Zambia in Japan/Embassy of the Republic of Zimbabwe in Japan

Main Business
Partners
TV TOKYO Corporation/BS TV TOKYO Corporation/DENTSU INC./The Mainichi Newspapers Co.,Ltd/
Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Inc./TBS RadioInc./Galleries and art dealers in Japan and overseas/
Sekisui House, Ltd./Tokyo Tatemono Co.,Ltd./Warehouse TERRADA/ Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo/ 
The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto/Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation/MORIMOTO Co.,Ltd
MATSUSHIMA HOLDINGS CO.,LTD. /Credit Suisse /TikTok
Main Business
Partners
TV TOKYO Corporation/BS TV TOKYO Corporation/DENTSU INC./The Mainichi Newspapers Co.,Ltd/
Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Inc./TBS RadioInc./Galleries and art dealers in Japan and overseas/
Sekisui House, Ltd./Tokyo Tatemono Co.,Ltd./Warehouse TERRADA/ Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo/ 
The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto/Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation/MORIMOTO Co.,Ltd
MATSUSHIMA HOLDINGS CO.,LTD. /Credit Suisse /TikTok

Projects

Art Tokyo aims to develop Japan's cultural potential in the world.
We are engaged in a variety of activities.

Art Tokyo is a company that wants to contribute to the community and culture through artistic activities and enhance social value, and a company that aims to create a new social model compatible with a matured society.
Through collaboration with public organizations in the fields of education, welfare, tourism, and community development, we will continue to contribute to society based on culture and the arts.

We hosted Art Fair Tokyo from 2016 to 2022, one of the largest international art fairs in Japan, which has been held since 2005 to showcase a wide range of art works from antiques and crafts to Japanese paintings, modern art, and contemporary art. We also organized "artKYOTO" held in Kyoto and Osaka in 2019 and 2020, and "art stage OSAKA" in 2022.

“Future Artists Tokyo” is an exhibition that aims to provide young artists aspiring for careers in the arts with hands-on industry experience, and so cultivate artists and curators capable of working internationally. In order to expand the future opportunities for talented young artists to show their work in and outside Japan, not least through this exhibition, Art Tokyo is partnering with many organizations and universities. Along with building environments where outstanding Japanese artists can grow, it is contributing to the development of the art market in Japan.

World Art Tokyo is an international exhibition introducing emerging international artists with promising international prospects on global stage, working in collaboration with the embassies of each of their respective countries.This project’s theme was selected by emerging domestic curators who will carry on the next generation, and will provide these culturally diverse artists a stage for expression.We aspire to develop this exhibition into a destination that strengthens collaboration and promotes mutual understanding between various countries, as well as broadcasting future talents of each country’s art scene from Tokyo.

Art Tourism

Art can form a new resource to attract tourists and help revitalize local communities. Though entry to Japan is currently restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic, Art Tokyo has continued to hold regular art tourism events since 2015, aimed at overseas visitors to Japan with an interest in Japanese culture and art.

Live/Entertainment
A live performance is planned to convey the charm of Japanese traditional performing arts and the splendor of a building that is valuable as a cultural heritage, both in Japan and abroad. In December 2020, Taichi Saotome, a leading contemporary popular drama, and Rin', a Japanese traditional musical instrument unit, performed a dance drama entitled "The Wild Dance -Nijo-jo Castle-" at the Nijo Castle World Heritage Site. A fusion of performing arts, music and art that expresses the "beauty of Japan" is being transmitted both domestically and internationally.

The Wild Dance -Nijo-jo Castle-

HORIN 〜Aizu Tsurugajo Castle ver〜

Wagakki Unit Rin’

In recent years, traditional crafts are increasingly recognized both at home and overseas for the new potential they offer contemporary art with their exceptional craftmanship and level of perfection. The initiative arTradition facilitates new values from art and traditional crafts, disseminating them both domestically and abroad.
In 2021, a radio broadcast and auction was held, and four bids were received for a total of 60 or so traditional craft works on display.

α-STATION FM Kyoto is broadcasting "arTradition"

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