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RL News: Japanese Design Today 100 Exhibit To Open at The MET

Get to see a hundred pieces of superb Japanese design!

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Can you imagine being able to immerse yourself in a hundred one-of-a-kind pieces made by renowned international artists? With Japanese Design Today 100, you can turn that dream into reality. 

From fashion designer Issey Miyake’s No. 1 Dress to the finely crafted children’s Bentwood Cycle made of local beech wood—you would be able to see these and more in the traveling product exhibition presented by the Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM), the Metropolitan Museum of Manila (MET) and the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, with support from  JT International (Philippines) Inc.

It was first organized by the Japan Foundation in 2004 and has been touring the world for the past 12 years. Its updated version features 100 of the finest examples of Japanese design ranging from furniture, health care items, apparel, and even accessories to transportation. 

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