Time Out says
First introduced in the early Meiji era, photography, an entirely foreign technology at the time, quickly achieved popularly in a Japan that was opening up to the world. The many Japanese photographers of the time played a pivotal role in popularising the medium.
A special exhibition at the Fujifilm Square traces the career of Seibei Kajima, one of those influential Meiji photographers. With 25 original artefacts, including best-known works of Mount Fuji and kabuki drama actors, the exhibition reveals the great achievement of a man nicknamed the ‘Millionaire Photographer’. Talks on traditional photography by curator Naomi Izakura will be held on June 29, July 20 and August 10.
|Venue name:||Fujifilm Square|
9-7-3 Akasaka, Minato-ku
|Transport:||Roppongi Station (Oedo, Hibiya lines), Nogizaka Station (Chiyoda line)|
|Opening hours:||10am-7pm daily|