After all these months I’ve had my share of winter days, so this exhibition was exactly what I needed.
Finally, a warm sunny day and an amazing design exhibition in one of Tokyo’s best museums. And… I was free to take photos inside the building!
If you stood in front of the “Ah!” on the wall and move around as much as possible, the “Ah” (that’s Hiragana) would dance with you.
Visitors could draw and submit their own “Ah!” designs. These were selected by the artists featured in the exhibition.
My favourite room in the show. The room was filled with music, objects and movies and it was so much fun!
Stations to practice traditional Japanese “Furoshiki” and “Origami”
Another fun idea! Everyone got a paper purse together with the entrance ticket. This station had coins from around the world, that you could rub and trace with pencils onto your purse and take it back home.
On the left, visitors had to think of different ways to arrange classroom desks. On the right, you’d sketch the instrument on an ipad and it would show on the big screen in front of you.
The “Ah!” covered in greenery. Growing little by little, day by day…
visitors designing their “Ah!”