Art Navi Team

Art Navi Team

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Art Navi Team introduction

Kota Mese (a.k.a.Megane)
Specialty : Design & Architecture,Present history (BFAs., 2006. Tama Art Univ.)

Hisashi Ueda (a.k.a.Hisa)
Specialty : Science of arts, Fashion
(BFAs., 2007. Tama Art Univ.)

Yukinori Hiranmatu (a.k.a. Yuki)
Specialty : Science of arts,Traditional Art&Crafts (BFAs., 2005. Tama Art Univ.)

COBRA
Specialty : Contemporary Art&Crafts, Media Arts (BFAs., 2005. Tama Art Univ.)

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  • Shira Shira

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours Our lovely guide Kota was super nice and cool, he took us to very interesting exhibitions and places we never would have been able to find without him, including a special place for a delicious lunch.

    It was so great to meet him and experience art and design in Tokyo with a local artist, especially since he was such a great guy!

    can't wait to do this again next time we go to Tokyo!

    Highly reccomended!!

  • Miumiu Miumiu

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours Mr.Kota asked me in advanced about my plan and places that I wanna go for the tour. On the tour day, he came to pick us up at the hotel and take us to all the places that I really love about. We went to Ueno park to see Ueno Royal Museum and Museum of Western Art. After Lunch, we went back to tokyo station to see the Mitsubishi Museum. We ended at bit over 6 in the afternoon. This whole trip is amazing, what are you waiting for?
    Thank you so much, Kota.

  • Julien Julien

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours I met Kota in the morning and was immediatly at ease with him. After a few conversations about our lifes and passions we found out that beside design we were sharing other interests like music ... So it was even more interesting to talk with Kota and we went to a music store and we stayed a bit there to check all the bands we like (that was the bonus).

    With Kota we went to an interesting gallery of modern art with a temporary exhibition. And we went to a school of Art in Akihabara with several artists exhibitionning, and with whom we were able to talk about their pieces. We also walked a lot in the small streets and Kota made me notice the small details ... So that's definitely not something you can find in a classic tour and I loved it because Kota is not a professional guide. He's just a passionated guy, easy-going, and who knows the city. It was like visiting with a local friend. For that I thank you Kota.

    Hope to keep in touch and share music again. I'd like to see your work too!

  • Alexander Alexander

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours My friends and I decided to have a customized tour because we felt we would miss some interesting things if we tried to find them on our own. Kota, who was our guide, was very friendly and interested in us and what we wanted to see. He made sure our tour was personalized and tailored to the interest of our group.

    The amazing part was Kota brought a camera to take pictures of us for him to share later. That was something I found pleasantly unexpected. In addition to taking pictures he did very well in explaining most art pieces that we were interested in. On top of that he asked for half a day of our time, we had such a good time we went for 8 hours and he was still willing to show us to more exhibits even though the group was tired and ready to go home.

    Some advice I would give is to be ready to walk a ton as well as be photo-ready.

  • MIranda MIranda

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours

    Explore Art and Design in Tokyo on Customised Tours So glad I booked this! I got to see and experience so many creative parts of the city that I probably wouldn't have otherwise.

    Kota met me at my hostel and showed me around the city. It was such a relief to be with someone who knew where he was going and spoke Japanese! Plus he was good company as well. We started at the famous Senso-ji temple, which is the oldest in the Tokyo area. It was free to enter and explore, but teeming with vendors and tourists. Next we went to Jimbocho Street which is know for it's abundance of book stores. We spent a surprising amount of time perusing old books and scrolls in the stores, and I ended up buying a book of poetry from the 1950s for a friend back home.

    Kota also took me to a little place that had VEGAN RAMEN! It was delicious and apparently hard to find according to other friends who have visited Tokyo, so I'm eternally grateful. The last stop was the Advertising museum, built in the basement of a mall in the shadow of Dentsu, Japan's biggest advertising agency.

    If you're looking to connect with a fellow creative and have a little help navigating this massive city, then I 100% recommend this tour!

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