Meiyu Niwa’s works that color the four seasons have been exhibited at Suma Kanko House KAGETSU in Kobe

Meiyu Niwa’s works have been exhibited at the main entrance of Suma Kanko House KAGETSU, a long-established inn in Kobe.

■Suma Kanko House KAGETSU (reffer to “KAGETSU”)
7 Aza Testukai, Nishisuma, Suma-ku, Kobe City 654-0068
Telephone: 078-731-3751 (office hours: 9:00-19:00)

KAGETSU was established in 1943 as a guesthouse in Kobe. Its famous architecture, which has been selected as one of the 100 most famous buildings in Japan, has attracted many people and created memorable moments.

This project was realized through the collaboration between KAGETSU’s dedication to Japanese cuisine that matches the four seasons and the sensibility of Meiyu Niwa, who regularly produces works based on the theme of the four seasons and nature in Japan. This special exhibition is expected to run throughout the year with changing works with the seasons.

Meiyu Niwa’s work was recently exhibited at the main entrance of KAGETSU, which owns works by famous artists such as Taikan Yokoyama, Kazumasa Nakagawa, Shiko Munakata and Picasso. As the first work of the exhibition, “Moonlight”, which reminds us a cool autumn moonlit night, has been exhibited since October. If you stop by in the neighborhood, why don’t you take a look at this work?


A work for Autumn “Moonlight” exhibited at the main entrance of KAGETSU


Outside of KAGETSU


Inside of KAGETSU


Coverage/Photo: General Incorporated Association Japan Promotion
Article/Production: Juri Mita (Creative Division)