Many people may have a common image in mind for Scandinavian Modern, American Mid-Century, and so on. On the other hand, how many have a clear image or word for what Japanese modern is? After the Meiji Restoration and the two world wars, Japanese people's lives changed drastically and rapidly. The changes in style and values that were quickly pushed forward while maintaining the traditions, techniques, and aesthetics of the past may be said to be part of the history of modern design in Japan. This exhibition was organized by Keiji Nagai, an interior designer and collector of modern design, and Naoki Terada, a designer and businessperson.
Atelier Muji Ginza
6F Muji Ginza, 3-3-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
1 minute walk from exit C8 at Ginza Station on the Hibiya, Marunouchi and Ginza lines. 2 minute walk from exit 5 at Ginza-itchome Station on the Yurakucho line. 5 minute walk from the Kyobashi exit of JR Yurakucho Station