“Snoopy Japanesque” Exhibition – Japanese traditional craftspeople in collaborative Snoopy works
An art exhibition called “Snoopy Japanesque” is now being held until May 6 in the Matsuya Ginza department store in Tokyo. It was planned by Japanese painter, Yoshiteru Otani, who used to be called a genius by “Peanuts” creator, Charles Schulz, and was a good friend of his.
More than 40 Japanese craftsmen joined this project, creating collaborative works of Peanuts characters made from lacquerware, dyed clothing, pottery, faceted glass, pearls, etc.
In the venue, you can buy original goods that you cannot buy anywhere else. Those goods are very “Japanesy” and uniquely designed.