From October 12th until November 12th, Ginza Tsutaya is hosting an exhibition of works from Nagano-born artist Hiroki Saito. Saito's works center around paper cutting, with a focus on landscapes as the theme. At first glance, many of his ultra-realistic works look like photographs or paintings rather than intricately cut pieces of paper, which is a big part of their unique charm and appeal.
Approximately 20 of Saito's works will be on display at the event, and there is also the opportunity to purchase certain pieces via the Tsutaya T-Site website here for anyone who may be interested.
Admission to the event is free of charge.
The Ginza Tsutaya store can be accessed within five minutes on foot from Ginza Station (served by the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Hanzomon, and Marunouchi lines), or around the same distance from Higashi-Ginza Station (served by the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and the Toei Asakusa Line).