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[This Week's Index]

(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary
Sugatsuke Masanobu ("Composite"/"Invitation") vol. 002

(2) Tokyo, 4 Weeks
Tokyo FILMeX 2002

(3) Out of Tokyo
Vol. 50: The Power of Location part 2

(4) Tokyo Visitors' Book
Ramo Teder a.k.a. Pastacas

(5) Present
"Cafe Paraiso" invitations, Tokyo FILMeX, Fonica CDs



This week's RT Picks:

art+cinema+music+stage+design+town = 36 events
including 10 new ones!
Plus new entries on our 'book/disk' page.

Check them out!

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/



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(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary
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Sugatsuke Masanobu ("Composite"/"Invitation") vol. 002

It's a busy day with three photo shootings for the new "Invitation"
magazine on my schedule. The first one -- men's fashion -- takes
place at Kabukicho, Shinjuku. Stylist Kitamura Michiko's idea was
to shoot 'guys with strong facial expressions,' and according to
this concept a couple of pretty theatrical-looking models were cast.
We ended up with an impressive line-up of personalities from several
generations, including Kara Juro, Matsuo Suzuki, Rahmens, Nagatsuka
Keishi, Yamauchi Takaya, and Okura Koji.

Read more at:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/diary/0017-henshucho.htm


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(2) Tokyo, 4 Weeks
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Does Tokyo Need a Film Festival?

Matsumaru Akiko recommends: Tokyo FILMeX 2002

If you ask me to name Tokyo's best food I'm at a loss for an answer,
since Tokyo is probably the place with the biggest variety of
different kinds of food on earth. Italian yesterday, Chinese today,
Japanese tomorrow... that's what a week's menu here can look like
in terms of food, but for movies the international choice is not
much different. So, does a place with so many options actually need
a film festival?

Read more at:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/4weeks/0075-maru.htm


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(3) Out of Tokyo
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Vol. 50: The Power of Location part 2
by Ozaki Tetsuya

I spent the last weekend in the Kansai area, visiting Osaka and
Kyoto. That's why unfortunately I missed the exhibition of the
results of the "Artists in Akiya" project (or "Kyojima Project")
that I absolutely wanted to see. But no matter how much I regret
that the event is over, and I'd like to report from an interesting
art exhibition I experienced in Kansai instead. Or, to be more
precise, it's the event's venue I want to write about.

Read more at:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/column/ozaki50.htm


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(4) Tokyo Visitors' Book
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RT caught Ramo Teder a.k.a. Pastacas, an artist and musician
originally from Estonia and now based in Salo, Finland, after
his live set at the "Warszawa Might" event at Star Pine's Cafe.
Read his answers in the "Tokyo Visitors' Book" section, to
access from the Top page or from the pull-down Menu:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/


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(5) Presents
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This week we give away free tickets for P3's exotic winter edition
of the "Cafe Night," this time titled "Cafe Paraiso."
Also new on the present list are invitations to movies shown at
Tokyo FILMeX 2002.

To apply and for more info see:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/present/present.htm


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Next week on RT:

- Tokyo Editors' Diary

- Presents

and more…

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