I am exhibiting again this year.

    Dates: March 28, 2024, 14:00-20:00; March 29, 2024, 14:00-20:00; March 30, 2024, 13:00-19:00
    Venue : Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
    Booth : Ora-Ora 1B32
    Preceding event for VIPs Dates : March 26 and 27, 2024
    Vernissage : March 27, 2024 16:00-20:00

  • Black cat day dream


    Dates & Hours: Sat. October 21−Tues.31
    *Fri. October 27−Mon. 30 10:00-17:00
    (advance reservation required)
    *Fri. October 27 Invitation only
    *Closed on Mon. October 23
    Admission: Free
    Venue: Black Cat Day Dream(Kyoto)
    Organizer: Coil Inc., and Black cat day dream

    Artists: Fujimoto Yukio, Hananofu Shuho, Kisaka Kojiro, Foster Mickley, Miyake Mai, and Asad Raza
    Curator: Isabelle Olivier



    Art Basel Hong Kong is
    from 23-25 March 2023.
    Ora-Ora Booth 1D21at the HKCEC
    urgent matters, kindly call +852 2851 1171.

  • Heaven Earth People


    I have worked on this new tea salon
    Homepage as an Art Director, it was fun to work on moving visuals. I hope you enjoy traveling to Hoshino Village On this site.

    Creative Director: Mai Miyake
    Designer: Masaru Ishiura / TGB lab
    Copywriter: Akira Fukatsu / Fukairi inc.
    Photographer: Norio Kidera
    Cinematographer: Hiroyuki Yabe
    Drone Photography: Raita Naka
    Web Producer: Naoki Mima / HYGE Interface Inc.
    Web Director: Aya Sakurai / HYGE Interface Inc.
    Web Designer/Engineer: Wataru Haraguchi / HYGE INTERFACE ASTRSK

  • Group Exhibition – MtK Contemporary Art


    A group show of the works of Mai Miyake, Kenta Anzai, Keigo Kamide, Yuko Sawaya and Takuya Yokoyama, will be held for a month and a half from the beginning of September 2023.
    I will be holding a letter correspondence-like exhibition in which I share works with craft artists, echoing what we have done in the form of a magazine.

    Date: September 16 – October 20, 2023
    Time: 10:00-18:00(Closed on Mondays)
    Venue: MtK Contemporary Art
    Address: 20-1 Okazaki Minami-Gosho-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
    Tel: 075-754-8677

  • Solo Exhibition – P.G.C.D.


    Date: July 1 – September 30, 2023
    Venue: JBIG meets art gallery
    Address: 7-4-2 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
    Tel: 03-5464-3623

    [Related events]
    May 26th 13:00: Talk event
    July 1st: Exhibition Opening 
    July 8th: Workshop(morning and afternoon sessions)
    August 3rd: Talk Event
    August 15th: Workshop(morning and afternoon sessions)
    (The artist will be present in the gallery at these dates)

  • Solo Exhibition “Spring-Announcing Bird”


    I will start 2023 with a solo exhibition in Kyoto at Nan no Hana Gallery, renowned for its craft collection.

    Date: January 12 – 23, 2023
    Venue: Kyoto at Nan no Hana Gallery
    Address: 633 Shimogoryomae-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, 604-0995, Japan
    Tel: 075-708-7067

    The artist will be at the gallery on:
    12th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd

    *I will be in the gallery most of the time, Please let me know when you can come, I will be happy to welcome you there.
    My fifth book of reflections will also be available during the exhibition.

  • Inner Worlds | Mai Miyake
    Art Basel


    We have finally received all the film clips from Art Basel and am happy to share them with you here:

    ‘Inner Worlds’ is a new series mapping creatives’ psyches through the places where they work. Sometimes refuge, sometimes battleground, these rooms, studios, and spaces enable reflection, experimentation – and ultimately art-making. In the inaugural episode, Mai Miyake welcomes us into her new studio and home in Japan’s Shiga Prefecture. Not far from Kyoto, Shiga is surrounded by mountains and rests on the shores of the country’s largest body of freshwater, Lake Biwa. ‘It’s very comforting for me to see vast water,’ she says.

    Mai Miyake is represented by Ora-Ora (Hong Kong).



    Art Basel Hong Kong is
    from 27-29 May 2022.
    Ora-Ora Booth 1D21at the HKCEC
    urgent matters, kindly call +852 2851 1171.



    Mai’s works is at Art Barsel Hong Kong now.
    Unfortunetly only works can travel at this moment but if you happen to be there please drop by to see the presentation of Mai’s works until Sunday

    Art Basel Hong Kong is
    from 19-23 May 2021.
    Ora-Ora Booth 1D21at the HKCEC
    urgent matters, kindly call +852 2851 1171.

  • ​G1 Global Conference


    ​I will be a panelist at “G1 Global” on September 16th. G1 Globales the conference hosted by G1 INSTITUTE that provides opportunities for global leaders to interact, share visions for the future, and develop ideasinto concrete actions. I will discuss sustainable art on the thema of “Sustainable Innovation in Times of Disruption”

    Dates: 16 Sep 2019
    time: 10:30-11:30
    Venue: Globis management school Tokyo
    Open to: G1Members, or by invitation

    ​Speakers moderator:
    Takashi Mitachi /senior adviser on BCG

    Tahiti Shii / Startbahn CEO
    Mai Miyake/ Artist
    Randy Channel Soei / sado(Tea ceremony )master

  • Throughout Time: The Sense of Beauty


    This summer, I will be participating in the group exhibition, “Throughout Time: The Sense of Beauty,” curated by Fumio Nanjo of the Mori Art Museum. It will be at Kyoto’s Nijo-jo Castle, specifically its kitchen area, which is usually not open to the public. The exhibition period is very short, but it will be a rare opportunity to enter a normally restricted area of the castle, so I hope you will come visit.

    Venue: World Heritage Site Nijo-jo Castle, Ninomaru Goten Daidokoro(Daidokoro Kitchen), Okiyodokoro(Okiyodokoro Kitchen)

    Period: August 31st(Sat)-September 3rd(Tue), 2019
    Opening hours of the exhibition: August 31st: 9:00−17:45, September 1st-3rd: 9:00-14:45 
    Opening hours of Nijo-jo Castle: August 31st: 8:00–17:00(Closing time: 18:00)
    *ICOM Social Event at Nijo-jo Castle: September 3rd: 7:00-21:00 (Invitation Only)
    Admission: Free *A ticket is required for admission to the grounds of Nijo-jo Castle.
    Opening hours of the exhibition: August 31st: 9:00-17:45, September 1st-3rd:9:00-16:45. 
    Opening hours of Nijo-jo Castle: August 31st: 8:00-17:00(Closing time: 18:00) ,September 1st-3rd: 8:00-16:00 (Closing time: 17:00)

    Admission: Free *A ticket is required for admission to the grounds of Nijo-jo Castle

    Culture Vision Japan Foundation Inc. HOSOMI MUSEUM, Kyoto city, Kyoto city Board of Education, The Kyoto Museum Association (Japanese Museums Global Outreach Project Executive Committee

    Mika Aoki, Katsunori Kobayashi, Yasuhiro Suda, teamLab, Kohei Nawa, Katsuhito
    Nishikawa, Mai Miyake, Aiko Miyanaga Kisho Mwkaiyama

  • Solo Exhibition “The Salt of the Earth”


    I will be having my first solo exhibition of pottery at Kuroda Touen in Shibuya.I will be at the venue for most of the exhibition period and will be looking forward to your visit!

    Cooperation: Koubei Gama of Tajimi
    Period: October5-16,2018
    Venue: Shibuya Kuroda Touen
    Address: 1-16-14-1F, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku
    Opening Hours: 11:00ー19:00 closed Thursday
    Admission : Free

  • Busan Museum of Art “Botanica”


    During the Busan Biennale, I will be participating in “Botanica,” Busan Museum of Art’s group exhibition. From Japan, I will be participating along with artists Tadashi Kawamata and Yayoi Kusama. There will also be many amazing artists participating from China and Korea, including a wonderful exhibition Hall (also containing a café ) designed and exhibited by the artist Lee Ufan
    . In addition to the Biennale, Busan is known for its delicious seafood, so please come visit.
    I will be in Busan for the opening (Sep 6th-8th ).

    Period: 2018.08.24-2019.02.17
    Venue: Busan Museum of Art, 2nd floor
    Address: 58, APEC-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
    Operating Hours: Tuesdays-Fridays, Sundays 10:00-18:00
    * Saturdays & last Wednesday of every month: Open until 21:00.
    * Last admission is one hour before closing.
    Closed: Mondays, New Year’s Day
    -Korea: Namjun Baek, Wooram Choi, Sungyeon Koo, Suyeon Kim, Gwangho Lee, Juyeon Kim, Jungeun Son, Jiwon Kim, Dongsik Lim, Jinyoung Park, Hyungmin Moon, Hyunsun Jeon, Leenam Lee, Eunkyung He-China: Xu Bing, Qiu Anxiong
    -Japan: Kusama Yayoi, Miyake Mai
    -Taiwan: Chuang Chih-Wei
    · (48060) Busan Museum of Art Tel: +82-51-740-4250

  • Culture Cities of East Asia 2018 Kanazawa ‟Altering Home”


    Organized by Culture Cities of East Asia 2018 Kanazawa Executive Committee, City of Kanazawa
    Co-organized by 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (Kanazawa Art Promotion and Development Foundation)

    Dates: 15 Sep – 4 Nov 2018
    Hours : 10:00-17:00
    Closed : Mondays (Open on Sep. 17, 24, and Oct. 8), Sep. 18, 25, and Oct. 9
    Venue: Neighborhoods in Kanazawa city (Hirosaka, Teramachi/Nomachi/Izumi, Ishibiki)
    Admission: Free
    Planning by : 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa

    For More Information:
    21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
    Phone: +81-76-220-2800

    KAWAMATA Tadashi / QIU Zhijie / MIYAKE Mai / CHEN Wei / MOON Kyungwon & JEON Joonho / SAWA Hiraki / SONG Dong / MIYANAGA Aiko / MURAKAMI Satoshi / Do Ho SUH / Gimhongsok / LEE Hansol / GE Yulu / HAN Seok Hyun / HOO. Landscape and food works / YAMAMOTO Motoi / OHGI Kanae / OH Haji / YANG Yongliang

  • SHISEIDO THE STORE Window Display


    On February 19, the newly renovated SHISEIDO THE STORE will open, and I will be starting as the art director for their window display.
    I also collaborated with plant-dyeing artist Jin Shirai and wasarasa (Japanese chintz)-artist Shiro Nakano on a work that will be displayed on the 4th Floor to commemorate the re-opening. Shirai-san grows his
    own Japanese cotton and spins the yarn to create the fabric for his plant-dyeing.
    Select shop on the 4th floor will also feature a set of new envelopes and pochibukuro (money envelopes) I produced in collaboration with Kamisoe of Kyoto.

    SHISEIDO THE STORE Grand Opening
    January 19, 2017
    Opening Hours:11:00-20:00
    Closed: non-scheduled
    Address: 7-8-10, Ginza Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Tel: 03-3571-7735

  • Takashimaya Department Store New Year “Lucky Bag”


    I will be creating original artwork and design for Takashimayaʼs New Year “lucky bag (fukubukuro)” again next year (2018, the Year of the Dog). The paper bag will only be available from January 2 (Tue./National Holiday) to Jan.3, 2018 (Wed.) as a special New Year bag at all Takashimaya Department Stores.

  • Magazin Mrs


    Starting from next January, I will begin a serial column in the magazine “Mrs.” in the style of a correspondence of each otherʼs works between various craft artists and me.

    Publisher: Bunka Publishing Bureau
    Title: “Correspondence Between White Sheep and Black Sheep” (Tentative title,
    subject to change)
    Starting from the January 2018 issue (on sale December 7, 2017)
    On-sale Date: 7th of every month

  • Solo Exhibition “Vestiges”




    Dates: October 6th (Fri) 12:00-20:00
    October 7th (Sat) 12:00-20:00
    October 8th (Sun) 11:00-19:00
    Admission: Free
    Venue: Warehouse TERRADA G1/G3 Building
    2-6-10 Higashishinagawa Shinagawa-ku Tokyo

    [Preview/ Opening Reception]
    October 5th (Thu) 15:00-21:00(Tentative)
    Admission: 1,000 yen
    *INTERNATIONAL section 15:00 open / A、Z Booth section 17:00 open



    At Daikanyama Tsutaya Book store there well be a fair on Mai miyake’s 4th book, it is a uniquely designed art book it well be at the art and architecture section.

    July 18th to August 8th
    open 7:00-26:00
    phone 03-3770-2525
    17-5,Sarugaku- cho,Shibuya-ku,Tokyo

  • Exhibition
    “Tenningosei (With the Force of Five Celestial Beings)”


    This may seem like a group exhibition, but it is actually me creating works being inspired by works of artists I respect and love.

    Period: May 12-18, 2017
    Opening Hours: 12:00-19:00
    Venue: t.gallery (1F, 3-16-2, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
    Free Admission

    Artists: Kouichi Uchida, Shinobu Kawase, Shiro Shimizu, Eiji Uematsu, Mai Miyake

  • “Everybody’s Girl is Nobody’s Girl”
    Book Launch Fair


    The fair will feature multiple Mai Miyake-designed items, including an “artist sugoroku” (“sugoroku” is a traditional Japanese board game usually played during New Years). On May 18, there will also be a special talk event between Miyake Mai and book director Yoshitaka Haba starting at 8 p.m.

    Period: May 1 – May 31, 2017
    2F Dai-ni Matsuya Bldg., 2-12-4 Kitazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

  • Exhibition of Print Works
    “Kissako (Come Have Some Tea )”


    Period: April 14 – 28, 2017
    Venue: Gallery Art Composition
    Opening Hours: 11:00 – 19:00
    Closed on Sundays, Public Holidays
    Free Admission

  • Exhibition: “Everybody’s Girl Is Nobody’s Girl”


    Event commemorating the publishing of my new art book, “Everybody’s Girl Is Nobody’s Girl”.
    The book itself has been made like a work of art. It features work that’s never been included in any of my other art books and it feels like I’m revealing my internal organs. I will be debuting this fourth art book at Morioka Shoten, a bookstore that only stocks one book at a time.

    Period: March 28-April 2, 2017
    Venue: Morioka Shoten Ginza (1F Suzuki Bldg., 1-28-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
    Opening Hours: 13:00-20:00
    Free Admission

    “Everybody’s Girl Is Nobody’s Girl” published by Composition co.,ltd.

  • Exhibition “Duodecimal”


    An anniversary event celebrating the 110th year of the founding of Takashimaya’s Art Department.
    I have been working with Takashimaya on a 12-year commission to create the artwork for their yearly New Year fukubukuro (“lucky bags”). This small exhibition will feature the original drawings.

    Period: March 1-20, 2017
    Time: 10:30-19:30
    Venue: Nihombashi Takashimaya, 6F Art Gallery X

  • LINK OF LIFE Exhibition: Aging? Future!


    The “LINK OF LIFE” Exhibition is a grand art experiment that connects the world of science, technology, engineering, and art with the world of design. The first exhibition, held last year, attracted much attention from both the general public and companies from various industries. This year will be the second year of the exhibition.

    Under the guidance of LINK OF LIFE creative director Dai Fujiwara, project participants will dig deep into the theme and explore concepts and approaches, holding discussions with scientists, researchers, designers, artists, companies, and organizations to mutually inspire and establish “links” that will bring forth new ways of thinking and create new value. The resulting artworks will be unveiled in the exhibit. I am excited to be a part of this year’s exhibition.

    Date: October 28, 2016 – November 3, 2016
    First Venue: 1F-3F, Hanatsubaki Hall, Shiseido Ginza Building (7-5-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

    Date: October 20, 2016 – November 15, 2016
    Second Venue: SHISEIDO THE GINZA

    Opening Hours: 11:00 – 20:00 (Last Entry: 19:30)
    Free Admission

  • Where did all the Camellias go


    Dates: 24-29 November 2015
    Time: 13:00-20:00
    Venue: Morioka Shoten, Ginza
    Suzuki Building 1F, 1-28-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan

  • Peninsular Practices: The New Faces of Realism Asian Art in London, 2015


    Dates and time: 7-14 November 2015
    Venue: The Redfern Gallery,
    20 Cork Street, London W1S 3HL

  • “HANATSUBAKI” November, 2015


    I have contributed a short novel “What are boys and girls made of” text by Kei Miyama and illustrated by MAI MIYAKE. You can get HANATSUBAKI, free corporate magazine, at SHISEIDO Beauty Counter and at designated bookstores, or on app.

  • Shirokuma Bakery will make a renewal opening at 9:00, September 9, 2015.


    It is a directly-managed store of a Bakery in Sapporo famous for SHIROKUMA BREAD. “Local Wheat Studio – Lemon Bakery-“ was relocated and renewed as “Shirokuma Bakery”.
    It is a typical bakery for locally-produced-locally-consumed, and it is the only bakery that you can buy the bread with 100% organic wheat produced in Hokkaido.
    Mai MIYAKE collaborated with Shirokuma Bakery in art direction of the store and packages.

    Shirokuma Bakery Main Store. Freshly-baked bread with Hokkaido wheat.
    Address: 5-20, Hongo-dori 13-chome Minami, Shiroishi-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido, 003-0024
    Opening hours: 9:00-19:00
    Closed on every Wednesday.

    Shirokuma Hokkai Shokuhin
    Tel: 011-865-3251

  • MAI MIYAKE Website Renewal


    Thank you very much for visiting MAI MIYAKE Website.
    The Website has been redesigned.



    I/We/Our company will be featured on Design Talks Plus, an NHK World program that introduces viewers to the world of Japanese design!

    When can you see it?
    Japan (JST)
    Date: June 4, 2015
    Time: 9:30-9:58 (rebroadcasts at 15:30, 22:30, June 5 5:30)

    New York (EDT)
    Date: June 3, 2015
    Time: 20:30-20:58 (rebroadcasts at June 4 2:30, 9:30, 14:30)

    NHK World TV is an English-language television service for viewers all over the world. NHK World TV provides the very latest information from Japan, Asia and the rest of the world, as well as a wide variety of programming, 24 hours a day.
    As of January 2014, NHK World TV is available in 273 million households in more than 140 countries and regions through local satellite and cable providers.

    How do I watch it?

  • (Purple): Women of Mankind


    Date: 5th March-5th April, 2015
    Hours: Monday~Friday 10:00-19:00 / Saturday (by appointment) 11:00-15:00
    Venue: One East Asia ARTSpace
    15 Scotts Road, 05-08/09, Thong Teck Building, Singapore 228218

  • Atrium Installation
    Oita Sightseeing Wall “Mai Miyake’s World Cuckoo-Clock― WORLD could be a safer place CLOCK”


    "Kankou"(sightseeing) literally means "to show/see the light": in other words, "to show/see local excellence." On the Oita Sightseeing Wall, excellent objects and artworks from Oita appear as displayed through the eyes of a contemporary artist. Mai Miyake, a contemporary artist active both domestically and internationally, worked on the project "Cuckoo-Clock for the World". The project aims to call back doves (symbols of peace) to the world by creating peace (safety) for even the smallest units of society, such as one’s family, company, and hometown. Due to this project, the west area of OPAM’s atrium will be filled with “the light of Oita."

    Oita Prefectural Art Museum
    2-1 Kotobuki-cho Oita, 870-0036, JAPAN

  • ART FAIR TOKYO 2015 “Heaven and Earth”


    Date: March 20~22, 2015
    Hour: 20, Fri. 11:00-21:00 / 21, Sat. 11:00-20:00 / 22, Sun. 10:30-17:00
    Venue: Tokyo International Forum, B2F Exhibition Hall / Gallery Murakoshi
    5-1 Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    Admission Fee:
    1-DAY Passport 2,000yen (tax included)
    3-DAY Passport 3,500yen (tax included)



    RYUMEIKAN was founded in the year of 1899(Meiji era 32)as named Ryokan (Japanese style hotel) Ryumeikan taken over the former hotel, Nakuraya Ryokan. Throughout a hundred years of its prestigious history, Ryumeikan has been delivering tight bonds in family. And now in August 2014 new bonds are brought by the Ryumeikan family forward to another stage with honorable name of Hotel Ryumeikan Honten in cultural town Kanda-Ocyanomizu.
    Embrace tranquil moment in Japanese elegant simplicity.
    As time never stops, Ryumeikan has also been flowing in its long history.
    Throughout our warmhearted welcome during your stay, you will be enlightened indelible experience.

    Director: P3 art and environment
    Art director: IDEAL design&products Co., Ltd.
    Interior: Obayashi Corporation, IDEAL design&products Co., Ltd.
    Artist: Mai Miyake

    Open: August 1st, 2014
    Place: 3-4 Kanda-surugadai Chiyoda-ku Tokyo, JAPAN

  • Solo Exhibition “A Sign”


    Date: February 24-March 1, 2014
    Hour: 10:00-18:00
    Venue: Gallery Kochukyo
    3-8-5,Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN



    Mai Miyake will be the one of the contracted artist exhibited in the biggest art and design event “Tokyo Designers Week” starting from October 26 – November 4, 2013. NEOREST x CREATORS, a collaborative project with Torafu Architects, Noriko Hashida, Asao Tokolo and Mai Miyake.

    Architect: Koichi Suzuno (TORAFU ARCHITECTS)
    Product Designer: Noriko Hashida
    Artist: Asano Tokolo
    Artist: Mai Miyake

    Date: October 26-November 4, 2013
    Hour: 11:00-21:00(until 20:00 on the final day)
    Venue: Meiji Jingu Gaien Tokyo Designers Week Design Next (inside tent) TOTO Neorest Booth

    Date: November 9-10, 2013
    Hour: 11:00-21:00 (until 20:00 on the second day)
    Venue: Roppongi Hills O-yane Plaza

    ФLive Discussion with Four CreatorsФ
    Date&Time: Sunday, November 10, Lasts around one hour from 15:00.
    Venue: Roppongi Hills O-yane Plaza, NEOREST Cafe

    TOTO, in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the release of Neorest, its washlet integrated toilet.

  • Solo Exhibition “Heaven Helps Those Who Help Themselves.”


    Exhibition “Heaven Helps Those Who Help Themselves.” is exhibited at the Pola Museum of Art.

    Date : August 8-November 24, 2013
    Hour: 09:00-17:00 ( No Admission after 16:30)
    Venue : Pola Museum of Art
    1285 Kozukayama, Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa

    Also they are putting on exhibitons as follows.

    Monet, An Eye for Landscapes- Innovation in 19th Century French Landscape Paintings
    July 13-November 24, 2013

    Léonard Foujita New to the Collection
    July 13-November 24, 2013

    Pola Museum of Art – Glasswork Selections
    July 13, 2013-April 6, 2014

  • Kei Miyama × Kyong-Mi Park x Chihiro Minato
    ”Colors” Talk Event (the talk will be in Japanese)


    Guest: Chihiro Minato (photographer), Kyong-Mi Park (author) x Kei Miyama (artist)

    Date: September 13, 2013
    Hour: 20:00-22:00
    Venue: B&BФ
    2F Dai-ni Matsuya Bldg., 2-12-4 Kitazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
    Fee: 1500yen+1drink 500yen