Digital Art Exhibition of Flowers FLOWERS BY NAKED 2018 -Kyoto· Nijo Castle-

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 from 11/3 '18 to 12/9 '18

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"FLOWERS BY NAKED" will hold the flower's immersive event "FLOWERS BY NAKED 2018 -Kyoto· Nijo Castle-" at the Kansai regions first world heritage · Nijo Castle.

"FLOWERS BY NAKED" is an immersive art event handled by Creative Company NAKED Inc., with a motif of flowers based on light and digital technology
As a result of mobilizing a total of 300,000 people, 50,000 posts of hashtag "#flowersbynaked" were posted on Instagram, as an art space where "photogenic" photographs can be taken.

In Nijo Castle where there are few trees to turn red in autumn, by fusing historical architecture and advanced art with the theme of "Flower and Tradition", you can fully enjoy a revolutionary Autumn of Nijo Castle.
In various places throughout the castleimmersive experiences are made, at the Important Cultural Property Daidokoro Kitchen there will be the first ever Light-up of Momiji (Japanese Maple), field of Susuki (Japanese pampas grass) swaying all over at the Important Cultural Property Ninomarugoten Okiyodokoro, spatial production of cosmos smelling when approaching, and projection mapping at Important Cultural Property Karamon.
In addition, works will be exhibited expressing autumn of Kyoto with "Headmaster Designate of Ikenobo" continued since the Muromachi period with Ikebana × Advanced Art.

Event Title: Autumn Special Light-up FLOWERS BY NAKED 2018 -Kyoto· Nijo Castle-
Dates: Nov. 3rd 2018 (Sat) – Dec. 9th (Sun)
Time: 17:30-22:00 (Last admission 21:00)
Location: former imperial villa Nijo castle
Address: Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City nakagyo-Ku, Nijo castle town 541
Fees: Advance Tickets: Adults 1000 yen, Elementary school children 600 yen (Oct. 13th 2018 (Sat)-Nov. 2nd (Fri))
Day Ticket: Adult ¥ 1200 Elementary school children: 800 yen (Nov. 3rd 2018 (Saturday)-Dec. 9th (Sun))
Ticket Agencies: Seven Ticket, Rakuten Ticket, Ticket PIA, Lawson Ticket, e+, Hanshin Playguide, CN Playguide

Purposeshould go,surreal&cool,world heritage,experience,night view,Japanese resort,winter in Japan,shrine/temple,art,autumn foliage,sightseeing,let's hang out!
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Reviews

5.02 weeks ago

The castle is very well maintained and beautiful. Displays inside provide a true insight into what life under the Shogunate must have been like. The gardens and various groves around the main premises are also very charming.

2.0in the last week

Honestly, it was only okay. It was pretty underwhelming. You just see an old building with its original floors and get a peek into how they lived in the old days but that’s about it. If you’re a huge history / architecture / culture buff, then maybe you’d want to come here. But if you’re here for a few days, I’d suggest going somewhere else like those nice temples or parks where you can enjoy a stroll and take some nice pictures.

4.0a week ago

Was pleasantly surprised by this place. We weren't planning on going except we were nearby. You have to pay to see the grounds but it wasnt much.

It''s quite beautiful and has an stunning garden with water features inside. Walk around the grounds, see the moats, the garden, plum trees, cherry blossoms. There's a part you can climb up and see a bit of a view of the city.

4.0in the last week

It's absolutely stunning inside this castle. The gardens are just majestic. You can tell the Japanese government really spend a lot of time, money and effort to preserve and restore this historic masterpiece.

5.0a month ago

Entrance costs 600 yen. Very interesting place to learn about the history of the castle and how it was once the dwelling place for various Shoguns. The inner grounds are really huge and it would take significant walking too. You can have Kyoto sweets and a chance to make your own matcha in one of the food stalls inside.