Kogei Dining

Event

Aatami venueMOA Museum of Art, Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture

Alongside its activities organizing exhibitions of Japanese art, the MOA Museum of Art has been working on succession and development in Japanese culture including tea ceremony, performing arts and Japanese cuisine.
In 2017, the MOA Museum of Art was reborn as a museum of contemporary architectural design conceived by internationally acclaimed modern artist Hiroshi Sugimoto and architect Tomoyuki Sakakida.

Program outline

Date Tuesday, May 31, 2022, 14:00-19:30
Venue The MOA Museum of Art(26-2 Momoyama-cho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka)Opening hours: 9:30–
Program ― 9:30~14:00 | Free time to appreciate the collections of the MOA Museum of Art
※Although the event starts at 14:00, participants may enter the MOA Museum of Art at any time after the museum opens.

― 14:00~15:00 | Talk
Special talk by Mr. Manjiro Tatsumi, a Noh performer

― 15:00~16:00 | Exhibition and sale of Kōgei (crafts)
Exhibition and sale of Kōgei (crafts) by artisans from the Kanto and Chubu regions.

― 16:00~17:30 | Concert at Nohgakudo (Noh theater)
Joint performance by the world-renowned pianist, Ms. Martha Argerich, and Mr. Bunzo Otsuki (Shite-kata Kanze-style Noh performer and Living National Treasure)

― 17:30~19:30 | Dinner (choice of Japanese or Western cuisine)
The Japanese kaiseki meal is prepared by the head chef of the Hananochaya restaurant, Ryuji Yoshitomi, and the sous chef Toshiaki Miyazaki. The Western course is French cuisine by Chef Toshihiko Yoroizuka.
Your dinner will be presented on Aizu lacquerware and tableware made by Mr. Kazumi Murose (Living National Treasure) and other renowned artists from the Kanto and Chubu regions.

― Next day| Sightseeing tour of the Hakone Museum of Art (the sister museum of the MOA Museum of Art)
※Optional Western cuisine course
Participation fee From 95,000 yen per person (tax included)
※Participation fee varies depending on the course.

[ Included in the price ]
(1) Special talk
(2) Dinner
(3) Drinks (Japanese sake and soft drinks during the meal)
(4) Concert at Nohgakudo (Noh theater)
(5) The MOA Museum of Art admission fee

Special talk

辰巳 満次郎

Manjiro Tatsumi (Noh performer)

Born in Kobe in 1959. Apprenticed to Fusao Hosho, the 18th head of the Noh school, and his father Takashi Tatsumi. Being from a line of Noh performers, he has carried on the tradition of Noh, promoting both traditional and new pieces.
He has directed and starred in many new plays, including Macbeth, Othello, Samson, Lady Rokujo, Dōton, Haou (Conqueror), Koumei, The Tale of Hōgen, Wang Zhaojun, Prince Shotoku, and Emperor Jinmu.
He is a member of the board of directors of Hoseikai and the Japan Art and Culture Strategy Organization (JACSO). As a Japan Cultural Envoy for the Agency for Cultural Affairs, he has introduced Noh both in Japan and abroad. He is a member of the Noh Performance Committee of the MOA Museum of Art and has been designated an Important Intangible Cultural Property.

※Concert at Nohgakudo (production and commentary)

Concert at Nohgakudo

マルタ・アルゲリッチ

Martha Argerich (piano)

Born in Buenos Aires. Winner of the Ferruccio Busoni and Geneva International Piano Competitions and the International Chopin Competition. Since then, she has continued to perform as one of the most popular and talented pianists in the world.
Since 1996, she has been the general director of the Beppu Argerich Music Festival and an Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France. In 2005, she was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun (Gold Rays with Rosette) and the Praemium Imperiale. This was followed in 2016 by the Order of the Rising Sun (Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon). In 2018, she received the Commendatore of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic.
Her CDs have been released on various labels, including Deutsche Grammophon. She has won many awards, including Grammy and Shok awards, Gramophone Magazine Artist of the Year, and the German Record Critics' Award.
She is also a winner of the Kennedy Center Honors Award, given to individuals who have made significant contributions to American arts and culture in the field of the performing arts. The president of the Argerich Arts Foundation.

大槻 文藏

Bunzo Otsuki (Shimai: Noh dance in plain costume/Noh dance)

Born in Osaka in 1942. Eldest son of Hideo Otsuki. Apprenticed to his grandfather Juzo, his father, and Hisao Kanze.
He made his first stage appearance in 1947 in the cherry blossom viewing scene in Kurama Tengu - The Goblin of Kurama. He is qualified to play roles in the pieces in the Rōjo-mono (old women) category: Sotoba Komachi, Higaki, and Sekidera Komachi.
He has also been involved in producing of many revivals and new Noh plays, including Karukaya, Unoha, Koremori, and Shikiji Monogurui. He has received numerous awards: the Excellence Award of the Matsuo Performing Arts Award in 1996, the Kanze Hisao Memorial Hōsei University Noh Theatre Award in 1998, and the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts in 2000. In 2002, he received the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon. He became a Holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (individual recognition/Living National Treasure) in 2016 and was designated as a Person of Cultural Merit in 2018.

大宮 臨太郎

Rintaro Omiya (Violin)

Born in Yokohama. Studied under Ms. Akiko Tatsumi and Mr. Masafumi Hori.
He won Third Prize in the 69th Music Competition of Japan in 2000 and Second Prize in the Yehudi Menuhin International Competition in France in 2002. He is currently the Principal Second Violinist with the NHK Symphony Orchestra.

市 寛也

Hiroya Ichi (cello)

After graduating from the Faculty of Music at the Tokyo University of the Arts, he received his master's degree from the same university. He also won the university's Doseikai Prize for outstanding academic achievement.
Winning a scholarship from the Affinis Arts Foundation, he studied in Munich, Germany. He is currently a cellist with the NHK Symphony Orchestra.

坂口 弦太郎

Gentaro Sakaguchi (viola)

Born in Osaka. He finished his undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Music at the Tokyo University of the Arts and then completed a postgraduate degree in chamber music at the same university.
He studied the viola under Mr. Yoshiaki Nakatsuka and viola and piano duet under Mr. Katsuya Matsubara. He is currently acting vice principal of the viola section.

Exhibiting Artists (*listed in the order of the Japanese syllabary)

小形 こず恵

Kozue Ogata

1974 Born in Fujieda, Shizuoka Prefecture
2000 Completed a course in ceramics at Aichi University of the Arts Graduate School Graduation works purchased by the university
2001 Established her studio at Fujieda after training at Seto Blue and White Ceramics Center
2004 Received the Aichi Governor's Prize at the 35th Tokai Traditional Crafts Exhibition
2013 Received an Encouragement Award at the 5th Kikuchi Biennale
2020 Received the Best Member Award of the 46th Craft Art Exhibition, Shizuoka
2021 The 68th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition Sometsuke (underglaze blue) bottle, titled Morning Glory, purchased by the Imperial Household Agency
2022 Work exhibited in Ceramics of the Past and of the Future: The Timelessness of Traditional Japanese Craft Arts
currently She is currently a full member of the Japan Kōgei Association, director of the Shizuoka Craftsmen's Association, and a part-time lecturer at Aichi University of the Arts.


佐伯 守美

Moriyoshi Saeki

1949 Born in Utsunomiya, son of sculptor Rusuo Saeki
1975 Completed a course in ceramics at the Department of Crafts, Tokyo University of the Arts Received the Salon de Plantin Prize for his graduation works (13)
Received a prize at the 15th Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts (and 36 more times since then)
1976 Received a prize at '76 International Ceramics Exhibition
Received a prize at the 23rd Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition (and 31 more times since then)
1977 Completed a course in ceramics at the Department of Crafts, Tokyo University of the Arts Graduation works purchased by the University Art Museum
1983 The Japanese Ceramics Today exhibition (the Smithsonian Museum, Washington; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
1988 Received an Encouragement Award at the 28th Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts
Received the Excellence Prize at the '88 International Ceramic Art Exhibition
1991 Received the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education Award at the 31st Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts
2002 Won a jury award at the 42nd Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts, and the work purchased by the Imperial Household Agency
2009 Participated in the 5th Japan, China, and Korea Forum on Cultural Exchange at the invitation of the Japan Foundation (Yangzhou, China)
2011 Participated in the Contemporary Kogei Art Fair
currently He is currently a full member of the Japan Kōgei Association.
鈴木 徹

Tetsu Suzuki

1964 Born in Tajimi, Gifu Prefecture
1988 Graduated from the Molding Department of Kyoto Prefectural Ceramists' Technical Institute
1991 Received a prize at the 38th Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition (and 25 more times since then)
1994 Received a prize at the 25th Tokai Traditional Crafts Exhibition (and every year since then)
1999 Received the Gifu Prefectural Board of Education Award at the 30th Tokai Traditional Crafts Exhibition
2001 Received the Tokai Traditional Crafts Exhibition Award at the 32nd Tokai Traditional Crafts Exhibition
2002 Held a solo exhibition in the art gallery of Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store (and four more times since then)
2005 Received the Grand Prize at the first Kikuchi Biennale, and the prize-winning work is now housed in the Musée Tomo
2008 Received the Japan Kōgei Association award at the 36th New Ceramic Art Exhibition
2012 Honored by Gifu Prefecture for his achievements in passing on traditional culture (for FY 2011)
Received an Encouragement Award at the 32nd Pola Award for Traditional Culture
2013 Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition (National Crafts Museum)
2015 Won a President of NHK Prize at the 62nd Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition
2016 Received the Japan Ceramic Society Award FY 2015
2017 The 64th Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition The work purchased by the Imperial Household Agency
2018 The 110th Exhibition of the Takashimaya Fine Arts Division, Tetsu Suzuki-Housei (Spring) (Takashimaya Osaka and Yokohama stores)
currently He is currently a full member of the Japan Kōgei Association.
寺本 守

雲形皿

雲形皿

Mamoru Teramoto

1949 Born in Kanagawa prefecture
1976 Established his studio at Kasama
1980 Received a prize at the 27th Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition
1982 Received a prize at the 15th Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts (and 38 more times since then)
1994 Received an Encouragement Award at the 34th Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts
2006 Received the Asahi Shimbun Award at the 46th Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Arts and Crafts
2007 Work exhibited in the Toji exhibition at the Sèvres Museum (France)
2008 Japanese Contemporary Ceramics Auction Paris Exhibition
2010 Received the Japan Kōgei Association Award at the 38th Traditional Arts and Crafts, Ceramics Division Exhibition
The 50th Anniversary of the East Japan Chapter of the Japan Kōgei Association
Received an Encouragement Award at the Traditional Arts and Crafts of the 21st Century - Eyes of the World - Exhibition at the MOA Museum of Art
currently He is currently a full member of the Japan Kōgei Association and a member of the Ceramic Art Society of Japan.

Application (lottery-based application)

[ Application ]
Please note that the Japanese and Western cuisine courses have separate application links.

Click here for the Japanese cuisine.
Click here for the Western cuisine.

[ Contacts ]
<Inquiries about reservations with the Japanese cuisine>
Kōgei Dining Office (Atami, Japanese cuisine manager)
E-mail:info@kogei-dining.com
TEL:+81-3-5577-3086

<Inquiries about reservations with the Western cuisine>
Inquiry form:Eastern Japan Sales Center
TEL: +81-3-5550-0666 (9:30 - 17:30) Eastern Japan Sales Center, Yomiuri Travel Service
[ Application deadline ]
<Japanese cuisine>
Sunday, May 15, 2022, 23:59

<Western cuisine>
Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 23:59

Important points

[ Meals ]
- If you suffer from any allergies, please let us know in advance. While we will do our best to meet your requests, please understand that we may be unable to meet your requirements in certain cases.
- The Japanese sake and meal menus may be subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
- Alcohol will not be served to minors and those arriving by car.
[ Prevention of Covid-19infection ]
- At the time of holding the event, all possible measures to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 infection will be taken. We kindly ask all visitors to read the following points in advance to ensure their understanding and cooperation. Moreover, the event may be canceled or postponed depending on the future progress of the infection.
- Thoroughly wash your hands, disinfect your fingers and observe coughing etiquette.
- Wear a mask when coming to the venue.
- Help us in maintaining social distancing. When seated, refrain from talking as much as possible.
- Before coming to the event please measure your temperature and, if you have a fever of 37.5 ° C or higher, or if you have been in close contact with a person diagnosed with the Covid-19 infection, or if you have visited a country/region where the infection continues to spread within the two preceding weeks, please refrain from coming to the event. Should you discover you have contracted the infection within 2 weeks after coming to the event, please contact our office (03-5550-0666).
- We will be measuring attendees’ temperature at the entrance of the venue. In the event of temperature above 37.5 ° C, admission will be refused.
- Should any of the attendees develop the infection, please understand that we may provide the names and emergency contact information of all the visitors on the day in question to public authorities like health centers to the extent needed. Personal information will be managed appropriately and will not be used for any other purpose.
[ Handling of personal information ]
- The personal information you provide will be used solely for the purpose of managing this event, including the holding of a lottery and providing guidance on the day of the event.
- We will endeavor to protect personal information appropriately by handling all personal information you provide in compliance with laws and regulations on personal information, guidelines set by the government as well as other norms and social conventions.