©mika ninagawa,Courtesy of Tomio Koyama Gallery/Dogoart2015

Photo displays at the “tokonoma (alcove) ” of “Kami-no-Yu” and “Tama-no-Yu” the second floor

Place:“Kami-no-Yu” and “Tama-no-Yu” on the second floor of the Main Building of Dogo Onsen Hours:6:00 am to 10:00 pm (openings hours of Dogo Onsen) Admissions:Bathing fee for “Kami-no-Yu” or “Tama-no-Yu,” or entrance fee of “Yushinden,” a deluxe room for the Imperial Family 2015

Ms. Ninagawa selected some photograph of camellias, the Matsuyama City Flower.

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Mika Ninagawa

Photographer and Film director, Born in Tokyo.
She has received many awards such as the Ihei Kimura Photography Award. Director of the movies “Sakuran (2007)” and “Helter Skelter (2012)”. She is also engaged in video work. In 2008, museums nationwide held the “Ninagawa Mika Exhibition”. Her photograph collection from Rizzoli N.Y. was published and was talked about in countries all over the world. In 2016, she held a large solo exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Taiwan, (MOCA Taipei) and the museum record of spectator numbers was significantly revised. The Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games appointed her as an Executive Board Member.
In the "Ninagawa Mika and Dogo Onsen, Dogo Art 2015" held in 2015, she developed an installation in the main building of the Dogo Hot Spring in addition to “wrapping” the city streetcars. This effort contributed to an increase in the number of visitors to Dogo compared to the previous year. Thus, Dogo Onsen received the first prize in the Women’s Travel Division of the popular hot spring resort ranking sponsored by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism Agency.

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