IKTT (Institute for Khmer Traditional Textiles), from SiemReap Cambodia
IKTT (Institute for Khmer Traditional Textiles), from SiemReap Cambodia

Photograph exhibition by Tsugusato Omura started

The compilation of photographer Tsugusato Omura now started, who has supported IKTT activities in a variety of ways so far.

It is the 30th Anniversary Special Exhibition "Photograph exhibition by Tsugusato Omura, Travel Search for the culture of good taste in the world" at the Tobacco and Salt Museum on "Koen Do-ri" at Shibuya in Tokyo.

I think that his energetic activities and profound viewpoints are compiled in this exhibition. Additionally, it is going to be held the lecture session. Please check detail information at the Tobacco and Salt Museum website

The 30th Anniversary Special Exhibition at Tobacco and Salt Museum:Eurasian Photograph exhibition by Tsugusato Omura, Travel Search for culture of good taste in the world
*Period: 2008/May/17(Sat.)-July/6(Sun.)
*Opening: 10:00 to 18:00 (entry allowed up to 17:30)
Museum is closed on: Mondays
*General admission fees:Adult and university student: 100 yen , School pupil to high-school student: 50 yen
*Address:Tobacco and Salt Museum
Jinnan 1-16-8, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 150-0041
(Ten minutes walk for JR Shibuya station)
*Phone: + 81-3-3476-2O41
*Fax: + 81-3-3476-5692

update : June 9, 2008 12:49 PM

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