I visited a Japanese calligraphy exhibition “Contemporary SHO—See, Know and Feel Today’s Calligraphy” (from November 18, 2018 to January 6, 2019) held at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum.   This exhibition was comprised of six exiting Japanese male calligraphers. It didn't have a consisent theme though the exhibition, but it was interesting to look at their variations showing each calligrapher's character and manner

I'd like to introduce a Japanese calligraphy exhibition "The 40th Tokyo Shosaku-ten" in Tokyo Metropolitan Art Muesum. "Sho" means Japanese calligraphy and "saku" means "creation". Two of my works are displayed. This exhibition is a competition style and exhibitors created their works under some rules (e.g. paper size and genre of characters). It is held from 26 November to 2 Decemeber. The