Fukuoka City Science Museum Pre-Opening Event

To prepare for the grand opening of the new Fukuoka City Science Museum, which is scheduled to open this autumn, a pre-opening event will be held on April 1st.

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Pompei Exhibit

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the start of diplomatic relations between Japan and Italy the Fukuoka City Museum will hold an event showcasing the art of Pompei.

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Tenugui Art at IMS Tenjin

“Tenugui Art” will be coming back to IMS for a second year after a successful first showing February of last year.

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Konya Archive Exhibition & Party

The “konya2023” building in Daimyo is an ongoing collaborative art space and living/working area, where creators and artists congregate.

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Sp Records & Gramophone Collection

Tamura Satoshi (1940 ~ 2009), a documentary producer from Tokyo, loved to collect SP records.

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‘Thailand: Brilliant Land Of The Buddha’ at Kyushu National Museum

Buddhist tradition is followed by approximately 95% of people in Thailand. Buddhism has a long history in Thailand and its practices have permeated all aspects of daily life.

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“Sacred Island of Okinoshima” at Kyushu National Museum

The special exhibition “Sacred Island of Okinoshima in Munakata Region and the Yamato Imperial Court” is running at the Kyushu National Museum in Dazaifu until Sunday, March 5.

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2nd Fukuoka Orchid Exhibition

The largest orchid exhibition in Fukuoka is having its second year event at the Hirata Nursery Villaggio. Local orchid growers will be joined by 10 major orchid companies from across Japan to showcase the best blooms they can. During the exhibition there will be free orchid classes and demonstrations on how to care and grow […]

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“Crossing Visions V: Ecology Of Creation” at Asian Art Museum

Fukuoka Asian Art Museum’s Crossing Vision series is comprised of exhibitions that introduce various visual forms that extend beyond the boundaries of art.

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Takatori Souke Ceramics Exhibition at ACROS

Takatori Souke in Asakura District, Fukuoka Pref. has over 400 years of history creating chato (ceramic bowls) which are used in tea ceremonies, kobachi (small bowls) and yunomi (tea cups).

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