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Tradition, evolution, transformation (Meiji University Museum) of management and marketing Arita ware making - product of traditional industrial art object

Date From Saturday, March 15 to Sunday, April 27
From 10:00 to 17:00 (as for the admission until 16:30)
Holiday It is without holiday during period
Place Meiji University Museum special exhibition room
(the first floor of 1-1, Kandasurugadai Surugadai campus academy common basement)
Access JR "Ochanomizu Station" Ochanomizubashi Exit, a 5-minute walk
Marunouchi Line "Ochanomizu Station," it is Chiyoda Line "Shin-Ochanomizu Station" 8-minute walk
Shinjuku Line, Toei Mita Line, Hanzomon Line "Jimbocho Station" Exit A5, a 10-minute walk
Admission Free of charge
Sponsorship Meiji University Museum
Reference Meiji University Museum
TEL: 03-3296-4448

Event contents

Management and marketing of traditional industrial art object

Is our country's first porcelain production center, Kakiemon, Nabeshima, Imari, Arita ware making known as traditional style such as Old Imari. After the collapse of bubble economy, movement new throughout the trade in tendency to long-term fall came to be seen. We report result by education research project of product section and introduce recent new collection document based on it. It is what "traditional" or, through the ways of new product development, marketing that reflected change of conflict, lifestyle and propensity to consume with the succession of traditional technique and modern rationalization, questions the definition.

Floor lecture (display commentary by curator)
Entrance fee for free
Venue: Meiji University Museum special exhibition room
Commentary: Toru Toyama (Meiji University Museum product officer curator)
The date and time: Monday, April 7, 16th Wednesday, 25th Friday 15:00 ... (we plan around 30 minutes)




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