Other activities / media
|2009||Yokiko Takahashi became the 6th representative director.|
|2011||Lectures, demonstrations, and workshops at Silpakorn University in Thailand, Embassy of Japan in Myanmar and Cambodia.|
|2013||Lectures, demonstrations, and workshops at Detroit Institute of Arts in USA.
Lectures, demonstrations, and workshops at Laos-Japan Institute and National Institute of Fine Arts in Laos.
(Projects in Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, the United States, and Laos from 2011 to 2013 participated as part of the Japan Foundation / Cultural Arts Exchange Program.)
|2015||Participated in the “DENTO-HOUSE PARIS” exhibition in France.
Lectures and workshops were held at “Galerie Dutko”.
|2016||Participated in the “Maison et Objet 2016” exhibition in France.
Participated in the “Milan Salone 2016” exhibition in Italy.
Participated in the “RELAIS&CHATEAUX -Japanese Market-” exhibition at Meiji Kinenkan.
|2017||Lectures, demonstrations and cooperated with exhibits at the “Hokusai Beyond the great wave” exhibition at the British Museum, England.|
|2018||Lectures, demonstrations and cooperated with exhibits at the “Edo Painting Masterpiece Exhibition” at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Russia.
Lectures, demonstrations and cooperated with exhibits at the “Manga Hokusai Manga: Approaching the Master’s Compendium from the Perspective of Contemporary Comics” exhibition in Australia.
(The projects in Russia and Australia participated as part of the Japan Foundation / Cultural Arts Exchange Program.)
|2019||Lectures and demonstrations at “Folk Art Festival” in Hungary.
Lectures and demonstrations at Serbian Embassy in Japan.
Lectures, demonstrations and cooperated with exhibits at the “Light of Ukiyo-e – Ukiyo-e Exhibition” in 798 Art Zone, Beijing, China.
Selected for the “Edo Tokyo Kirari Project”, sponsored by the Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, to spread the traditional Tokyo brands to the world.
|2020||Participated in the Paris / London promotion of “Edo Tokyo Kirari Project” at the Embassy of Japan in the UK and etc.|
|[As the chairman of the Tokyo Traditional Woodblock Prints Association]|
|2015||Exhibition, Lectures and demonstrations at the Embassy of Japan in the UK.
Exhibition, demonstrations and workshops at the Victoria & Albert Museum in the UK.
|2016||Participated in the “JAPAN TRAVEL FAIR” at the Takashimaya in Singapore.|
|2017||Started “Kiyonaga Torii “Scroll for the Sleeve (Sode no maki)” Reproduction Project” to inherit the technique and culture of Shunga in Edo woodblock prints.|
|2011||Ad Machi-kku Tengoku “Edogawabashi”, TV TOKYO|
|2012||“Edo Woodprints”, BS Nippon
Historia “Hokusai”, NHK
|2013||Bi no Kyojin Tachi “Hiroshige Utagawa ‘Fukagawa Susaki and Jumantsubo'”, TV TOKYO|
|2014||Nichiyou Bijutsukan “Hiroshige’s One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”, NHK
Konjaku! Kochizu Tokyo Meguri, BS TBS
|2015||Nichiyou Bijutsukan “Portrait of Edo – Hiroshige’s One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”, NHK|
|2016||Nichiyou Bijutsukan “Landscape lyric poet Hiroshige’s Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido”, NHK
Morning Show “Succeed Goddess”, TV Asahi
“Hakkutsu! Otakara Galleria”, NHK Educational TV
NHK World TV
|2017||Nichiyou Bijutsukan “Endless Dream – Late Years of Hokusai, The Old Man Mad About Art”, NHK
“Ariyoshi’s Shojiki Sanpo”, Fuji TV
“Kurara – Daughter of Hokusai -“, NHK (Participated as technique guidance)
Bi no Kyojin Tachi “Hiroshige’s One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”, TV TOKYO
|2020||Washin Hyakkei “Tokyo ‘Edo Woodblock Prints'”, TBS
Tokyo Site “Edo Woodblock Prints”, TV Asahi
and many others.
|(Domestic)||Woodblock prints production guidance.
(Citizen’s University, Bunkyo-ku, Chiyoda-ku, etc.)
|(Domestic)||Workshops for the students of elementary schools and junior high schools.
(Schools in Bunkyo-ku, Nerima-ku, Setagaya-ku, Shinjuku-ku, Machida-shi, etc)
|(Overseas)||Workshops for students.
(National Institute of Fine Arts in Laos, City & Guilds of London Art School in England, etc.