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    13 September 2021

    We are pleased to announce that Tokujin Yoshioka has designed a new store of A-POC ABLE ISSEY MIYAKE in Kyoto, Japan.


    A futuristic space is born in a machiya-style house of Japan’s ancient capital.
    Inspired by the process in which the clothes of A-POC are born, the space is composed of fixtures that are formed of integrally molded recycled aluminum.
    Like the manufacturing of ISSEY MIYAKE, which fuses technology with handcrafts, this space expresses the contrast of history and the future.

    Tokujin Yoshioka


    Opening on Thursday, 23rd September
    106 Fukunagacho, Sanjo-agaru, Tominokoji-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 604-8084

    Please visit WORKS for more information.
  • DIOR “Medallion of Light”

    06 September 2021

    We are pleased to announce that a new creation of Tokujin Yoshioka is presented from Christian Dior’s “THE DIOR MEDALLION CHAIR” project at Milano Design Week 2021.

    Venue | Il Palazzo Citterio (Via Brera, 12)
    Date | Sunday 5th September - Friday 10th September
    Opening hours | 11 AM - 7 PM


    Medallion of Light

    “Medallion of Light” unites the future and a memory of the 18th century France sighted by the eye of King Louis XIV.
    Numerous light is layered by the irregularly cut out 364 clear plates, and they compose a chair that emits radiance.
    Like natural light, this random sparkles create a poetic scenery.

    Tokujin Yoshioka


    Please visit WORKS for more information.
  • Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Flame Lighting Ceremony

    23 August 2021

    Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Flame Lighting Ceremony was held at the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo. The flames from each of Japan's 47 prefectures and Stoke Mandeville in Great Britain, the birthplace of the Paralympic Games, was brought together, and the official Paralympic Flame was lit. The Paralympic Flame will be brought to the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony on August 24th.
  • Sakura-inspired regional celebration cauldron created by 123 children and people with disabilities

    18 August 2021

    Tokujin Yoshioka designed the celebration cauldron for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games' Regional Flame Celebration in Tokoname, Japan.

    The Paralympic Flame is created from flames lit in Stoke Mandeville in Great Britain, the birthplace of the Paralympic Games, and various locations across Japan.

    The celebration cauldron for the Regional Flame Celebration in Tokoname city was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and created by 123 people including local elementary school students and those with disabilities. It is composed of sakura flowers that come in different forms, express a wish for a diverse and harmonized society where people with various thoughts respect each other.

    Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka
    Planned and produced by LIXIL Corporation

    Please visit WORKS for more information.
  • 14 May 2021

    I am honored to be able to participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch Relay.
    I hope that the Olympic flame would become the light of hope.

    Tokujin Yoshioka

  • 29 March 2021

    The Olympic flame began its long journey of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch Relay.
    I designed the torch in the wishes for peace and healing of hearts of those affected by the natural disasters.
    I hope that the flame would traverse and bring hope across Japan like blooming of sakura flowers.

    Tokujin Yoshioka


    Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch Relay Celebration Cauldron
    Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka

    The Celebration Cauldron is used for ceremonial occasions, including the Arrival Ceremony, the Special Display of the "Flame of Recovery", the Departure Celebrations and the celebrations at the end of each day. In addition, part of the material used to create the Cauldron is recycled aluminium which was originally used in the construction of temporary housing units in the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The design is based on the same cherry blossom motif as that of the torch.

    Tokyo 2020 Official Website
  • “Glass Tea House - KOU-AN” Exhibition date extended

    18 March 2021

    We are pleased to announce the extension of exhibition date for “Glass Tea House - KOU-AN” showcased at the National Art Center, Tokyo.

    Date|Until Monday, 30 May 2022
    Venue|In front of the Main Entrance of the National Art Center, Tokyo
    Opening hours|Follows the opening hours of the National Art Center, Tokyo
    Closing days|Tuesdays and the New Year holidays
    *On Tuesdays that fall on national holidays the Center will be open, and closed the next weekday.

    With the sponsorship of NTT Urban Development Corporation

    *Please visit NACT website for information on their opening situation. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your kind understanding and cooperation.

    Please visit WORKS for more information of the “Glass Tea House - KOU-AN.”
  • Glass Tea House - KOU-AN A Message Composed of Light in Tribute to Healthcare Workers

    08 March 2021

    “Glass Tea House - KOU-AN” is illuminated in cobalt blue to show a message of appreciation to the health care professionals working to fight the COVID-19 virus. Accompanied by the interview with Tokujin Yoshioka, imagery of his teahouse installed and illuminated in front of The National Art Center, Tokyo is provided on Roppongi Art Night Digital “RAN TV.”

    Streaming | https://www.roppongiartnight.com/2021/spinoff/en/contents/301/
    Streaming date | From March 8, 2021
    *The illumination of cobalt blue is only available on this online program.

    Please visit WORKS for the details of “Glass Tea House - KOU-AN.”

  • “Crystal of Light" is installed at the Tokyo Metro Ginza Station

    21 October 2020

    We are pleased to announce that public art by Tokujin Yoshioka, titled “Crystal of Light”, is installed at Tokyo Metro Ginza Station from 16th October, 2020.

    Ginza is the epicenter of Tokyo’s luxury shopping, and the Ginza Station welcomes the average of 257,440 passengers a day. (Average of 2019) In celebration of the station’s renewal, Tokujin Yoshioka’s “Crystal of Light” is exhibited as a new symbol of the station for decades.

    “Crystal of Light” is a sculpture created by the light of 636 crystal glasses that consist of unique facets. The positions of these crystal glasses are programed based on the map of the world and designed to express the world with light.

    Innumerable glows emitted from the crystal glasses come together to form one great light which conveys a wish for peace, hope for “the world to be united as one with all lives on earth.”

    We hope this new cultural symbol of Ginza gives off a radiance for the bright future.

    Venue | Tokyo Metro Ginza Station B6 Exit
    With the sponsorship of Shiseido Company, Limited

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