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ACROS Fukuoka is a venue which hosts a variety of events that foreign visitors can enjoy. Facilities include a full scale classical music hall “Fukuoka Symphony Hall”, a venue for world class performers and concerts. Other features include free exhibitions of traditional Fukuoka arts and crafts. When you visit Fukuoka feel free to drop in.

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November 6 (Mon) ‐ 12 (Sun)
10 am - 6 pm (First day from 12 pm, final day until 4 pm)

【Agano ware(Nationally Designated Traditional Craft)】
Agano Ware – Exhibition of Ceramic Works by Yoko Kajiwara

Venue Takumi(Art & Craft) Gallery

Agano Ware is thin and light, and is noted for its use of colorful glazes. This exhibition mainly features a range of tableware for everyday use, such as plates and small bowls. Colorful Agano ware serves to accentuate food and adds a touch of splendor to dining tables. We hope you enjoy this marriage of traditional techniques dating back around four centuries and modern designs.


Workshops:
Painting a small plate/¥1,600
*Works will be sent to your home via cash on delivery once they have been fired in the kiln
(Japan only).

Agano Ware – Exhibition of Ceramic Works by Yoko Kajiwara

Coffee cup/¥4,500 Milk pitcher/¥900

November 13 (Mon) ‐ 19 (Sun)
10 am - 6 pm (First day from 12 pm, final day until 4 pm)

【Woodwork】
Miyabi – Kozan Exhibition

Venue Takumi(Art & Craft) Gallery

This exhibition presents works created by woodcarver Shinpei Takada from Asakura and lacquerer Yuji Yamashita from Yame, who have collaborated under the name of “Kozan.” On display and sale is a lineup of attractive works of wooden tableware carved in a bold or gentle style that have been coated with glossy and smooth lacquer.


Demonstration:
Woodwork

Miyabi – Kozan Exhibition

Incense container Price not determined

November 21 (Tue) ‐ 26 (Sun)
10 am - 6 pm (Final day until 4 pm)

【Koishiwara ware(Nationally Designated Traditional Craft)】
Koishiwara Pottery Cooperative Youth Group Exhibition
– A Token of Gratitude through our Works

Venue Takumi(Art & Craft) Gallery

Asakura in Fukuoka Prefecture, the home of Koishiwara ware, sustained extensive damage in July 2017 due to unprecedented heavy rainfall. Since then, the people of Asakura have received support and encouragement from many people. As a way to repay this kindness, in this exhibition, we would like to show the world that we have bounced back and are working on creating our ceramic works as before. The exhibition features works created by young artisans using traditional techniques and new sensitivities.


Demonstration:
Potter's wheel

Koishiwara Pottery Cooperative Youth Group Exhibition – A Token of Gratitude through our Works

Plates
¥800 - ¥5,000

November 27 (Mon) ‐ December 3 (Sun)
10 am - 6 pm (First day from 12 pm, final day until 4 pm)

【Woodwork】
Exhibition of Ingenious Japanese Craftworks

Venue Takumi(Art & Craft) Gallery

On display and sale in this exhibition are some of Japan’s finest traditional craftworks, including boxwood combs that add shine to hair without causing static electricity, damp-proof and insect-proof chests of drawers made of paulownia wood that protect your precious clothes, and Buddhist altars made of Yakushima cedar that turn a beautiful shade of amber over time. Also not to be missed are bamboo baskets, Kumamoto Prefecture Designated Traditional Craftworks that are both light and durable.


Demonstration:
Boxwood openwork carving/bamboo work

Exhibition of Ingenious Japanese Craftworks

Boxwood comb ¥500,000
Buddhist altar
¥615,600

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