Notice from ARTBAY TOKYO
ARTBAY HOUSE and ARTBAY CAFÉ permanently closed on November 14, 2021.
Since opening in August of 2020, we have held various art events as a limited-time pavilion under the project titled “ARTBAY TOKYO”, while connecting Tokyo Waterfront City with art. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of you for using this service during this period.
Please click the link below to see the initiatives at ARTBAY HOUSE.
Tokyo Conference is a TV program aired on BS Fuji that features discussions between Kundo Koyama and his guests.At the request of the Art project executive committee, Kundo Koyama, Masataka Matsutoya, Herbie Yamaguchi, and Anju, members of the photography section of Tokyo Conference, took artistic photographs of the Tokyo Waterfront City to liven up ARTBAY TOKYO with the power of photography. The photography exhibit held at ARTBAY House in June 2021 was a big success. This time, we will display the work again at the Tokyo International Cruise Terminal, which is also where the TV program is recorded. Whether you missed the last photography exhibit or want to see the work again, please come and visit us.READ MORE
Wall art by Nobumasa Takahashi and installations using Styrofoam from Yoshiaki Kaihatsu will decorate the finale of ARTBAY HOUSE.READ MORE
We started a parasol rental project featuring parasols with original designs for visitors to the area as a measure against the heat. Booths from iKASA, a parasol rental platform, are installed at all stations on the Yurikamome Line and Tokyo Teleport Station, Kokusai-tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line. Specially designed with the ARTBAY TOKYO logo, the parasols can be used as rain umbrellas as well.READ MORE
Exhibition of artworks (including original works only available at ARTBAY HOUSE) Hiragana-themed jewelry on saleREAD MORE
Tokyo Conference is a televised meeting between Kundo Koyama and his guests on BS Fuji. At the request of this executive committee, in order to liven up ARTBAY TOKYO using the power of photography, the members of the Tokyo Conference Photography Club: Kundo Koyama, Masataka Matsutoya, Herbie Yamaguchi, and Anju, take photos around Tokyo Waterfront City (click here to check out the program ① ② ③). ARTBAY HOUSE will exhibit artistic photographs of the Tokyo Waterfront City taken by these four creators.READ MORE
Takahiro Matsuo's PRISM / GLOW exhibition shines with special prismatic light at ARTBAY TOKYO this Christmas season. ARTBAY TOKYO will host PRISM / GLOW, an exhibition of prism installations by artist Takahiro Matsuo, as a special art program created for Illumination Island Odaiba 2020. The new prism art and light works created for this exhibition will light up the ARTBAY HOUSE in transparent colors as if it were enveloped in glittering jewelry, creating a special illumination experience that can only be seen at ARTBAY TOKYO.READ MORE
Tokyo Conference is a televised meeting between Kundo Koyama and his guests. In the previous episode, the executive committee asked Koyama to promote ARTBAY TOKYO using the power of photography. In preparation for the photo exhibition at ARTBAY HOUSE, the members of the Tokyo Conference Photography Club started taking photos. Please take a look at the photos taken by the members of the Tokyo Conference Photography Club as they take artistic photos in Rinkai Fukutoshin.READ MORE
“Between Constancy and Change" is an art project by graduate students at the University of Tsukuba. Rinkai Fukutoshin, the Olympics, Corona, and the New Normal. In this exhibition, four graduate students will explore our changing senses and the world today and discover the potential of ARTBAY TOKYO as a creative “margin” or “white space” with visitors through art-based exploration, exhibitions and workshops.READ MORE
“Warm Stops" is an art project by graduate students at Tokyo Gakugei University. Rinkai Fukutoshin, the Olympics, Corona, and the New Normal. In this exhibition, ten graduate students will explore our changing senses and the world today and discover the potential of ARTBAY TOKYO as a creative “margin” or “white space” with visitors through art-based exploration, exhibitions and workshops.READ MORE
Tokyo Conference is a televised meeting between Kundo Koyama and his guests. The Tokyo Conference Photography Club was asked by the executive committee to take "artistic photos of the Rinkai Fukutoshin" and hold a photo exhibition at ARTBAY HOUSE to promote ARTBAY TOKYO. A meeting between members of the photography club, an art advisor from the executive committee, and Odaiba photographer Ko Majima, who has been taking pictures of Odaiba for 25 years, will be televised. Please check it out.READ MORE
Illustration exhibit and live painting （scheduled for Nov 7, 8, 14) Live painting will start around 2 p.m. on the scheduled day. For more detail, please check out @hosonoayako on Instagram.READ MORE
The Maywa Denki Nonsense Factory exhibition features a reproduction of the Maywa Denki Factory, which is the core of Maywa Denki's creative activities.
During the exhibition period, the president of Maywa Denki will be working on site. He will sketch an idea at the ARTBAY CAFE in the morning, assemble a nonsense machine in the afternoon, and give a live performance using an electric musical instrument in the evening. The Sound Garden features various unique musical instruments that visitors can play for free by pressing a switch. While next door, the Maywa Denki Shop sells toys and other goods, including products assembled on site.
The Pavilionʼs construction fence will be made into a work of art. The piece will be themed on the Tokyo Waterfront City and serve to introduce the project to the public.READ MORE
Began studying architecture as a child and later worked under Shin Egashira. Started creating pattern designs on the theme of “connecting” on September 11, 2001. Has since continued to work across the disciplines of art, architecture, and design. Major works include the patterning on the lower glass façade of the Dai Nagoya Building, the PPP TOKOLO PATTERN MAGNET, and the outdoor sculpture at the Otemachi Park Building.