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Made in Japan in Monaco is back in the Principality to unveil the best from Japanese culture.

It is an appointment that has become a true cult for followers of Japanese culture and beyond. It is also the best representation of the excellent relations between the Principality and Japan. Made in Japan in Monaco is back in Monaco in its new early-year's forth edition. On the 3rd and the 4th February 2024, a unique cultural expo is ready to welcome all visitors at the Salle de la Mer within the Fairmont Hotel Monte-Carlo. Tradition and contemporary art and handicraft will be on display to unveil valuable products from one of the one of the oldest culture to be based on respect for nature. Every element offered by the natural territory is traditionally used and reused cleverly to minimise what is thrown. A nature-based legacy that continues today.

Photo >> Official poster about the 4th edition of Made In Japan in Monaco © MonacoEmu

The iconic Bizen's pottery will show their indissoluble bond with the ferrous soil from which they come, extraordinarily forged by the skilled Master Jun Isezaki, true national legend. The extraordinary ductility of the lacquer exquisitely applied to the Joewell Urushi Scissors will demonstrate the importance of preserving the artisanal processes based on sustainability principles being the lacquer a completely recyclable material. The use of natural materials such as wood will amaze visitors thanks to the skill of the inlayer Kamakurabori SanSuiDo.

Photo >> Japanese Garden © MonacoEcoArt and Wix

The showroom will also make visitors plunge in the colour harmony of Kimonos, traditional decorations and patterns as well as to taste and select tasteful delicatessen. On the basis of the well-known Japanese saying "The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists", today’s Japan balances the strong attachment to its millennial history with its high-technological and artificial intelligence evolution among the most sophisticated worldwide. A wise combination we expect will strongly influence Expo 2025 Osaka, developing a particularly emblematic theme, closely linked to the concept of sustainability: "Designing Future Society for Our Lives".


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3rd February 2024 > 10 a.m. - 6 a.m.

4th February 2024 > 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

*Last entry 1 hour before closing

*There is no food service.


10 euros on site

*Free for under 18 years old


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By Maurice Abbati

Springer International Publishing

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