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Sept. 19-Nov. 3

When Tokyo Station was established in 1914, three art students — Kyokichi Tanaka, Shizuo Fujimori and Koshiro Onchi — launched a magazine called Tsukuhae, which means reflection of the moon. In keeping with its title, the magazine featured the three artists’ wood-block prints and poetry, which mostly depicted moonlit views and motifs.

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