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Creators’ Evening Session No. 1  June 14th (Thur.) 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Contemporary jewelry artist Asagi Maeda talk session (Japanese event)

June 14th (Thursday) to 19th (Tuesday) Ms. Asagi Maeda‘s creations will be on display and also available for sale at SHINKO STUDIO’s store. 

In light of that, we will be having a talk with the creator, Contemporary Jewelry Artist, Ms. Asagi Maeda, about unknown episodes in the course of production. Ms. Asagi is currently active in Japan, the U.S., and Europe. Having studied in the U.S., her works are stored in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and each of her creations is the product of her imagination and gentle attention. Of course, you can wear her creations, speak directly with Ms. Asagi, and also purchase them.

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wedding jewelry exhibition2

We will take part in the “‘Just my style’ wedding jewelry exhibition,” which will be held at the Ginza AC, Gallery between Tuesday, May 22nd and Sunday, May 27th.

Together with outstanding artists of the likes of jewelry, dresses, and welcome boards, Shinko Studio will also exhibit wedding jewelry.

Here, Shinko Studio will unveil wedding rings designed around the theme of “husband and wife retaining separate family names.” In Japan, when Japanese people marry each other, they must use the same surname. On January 9th this year, a hearing calling for separate family names for husband and wife was held for four people, including Cybozu’s president Yoshihisa Aono, at the Tokyo District Court.
Cybozu chief Yoshihisa Aono leads suit against Japanese government for right to use premarital names

This hearing proposes freedom of choice, allowing those couples who want to have the same surname the ability to choose to have it, and those who don’t the ability to choose not to have it. (more…)

New Year’s holiday from 30th December to 4th January.

 Tokyo, Setagaya main shop of SHINKO STUDIO are closed for New Year’s holiday from 30th December to 4th January. We are looking forward to seeing again.

 

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