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Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi ~Pearl Exhibition~

Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi
Pearl Exhibition
Wednesday, April 17th, 2024 - Sunday, April 21st, 2024 (final day ends at 6pm)

Pearls are loved not only in Japan but by people all over the world.
This event will introduce a wide variety of pearl jewelry, including Japan's signature Akoya pearls, as well as white and black South Sea pearls.

The venue will also have a wide variety of products available, including golden pearl brand Jewelma, jewelry brand Ritz, and works by jewelry artist Norio Kawada, who combines original designs with rare pearls, as well as standard items.

Please come and see our wide selection of pearl jewelry.

Additionally, as part of the environmental protection efforts, the venue will host an event titled "Beautiful Ocean Project" by picture book author Tom Nagai, as well as a "Shinju Hospital" corner where you can receive any inquiries regarding pearls.

●Live Painting ~Beautiful Ocean Project~
April 17th (Wed), 20th (Sat), 21st (Sun)
Every day from 12pm to 5pm

A live painting session will be held by Nagaitsu Tom, illustrator of "Akoya no Ako-chan," the image character of the "Beautiful Ocean Project," and picture book author.
A piece symbolizing "Beautiful pearls come from beautiful seas" will be painted on a large canvas at the venue.

For more information about the Beautiful Ocean Project, click here

●Beautiful pearls come from beautiful seas - Let's grow a pearl forest.
Mori Pearl supports the activities of planting energy in the mountains by supporting the NPO "One Pearl."
The first 100 people to draw a tree illustration will receive an original eco bag.
Everyone from children to adults is welcome to participate.
*Participation is free.
*The original eco-bags will be available until stock runs out.

●Shinju Hospital: "We are happy to assist you with any concerns or worries you may have about your pearls."
April 17th (Wed) - April 21st (Sun)
Every day from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, we are available to assist with any problems or repairs you may have with pearl jewelry stored at home, including pearls purchased elsewhere, including changing necklace strings, repairing clasps and metal fittings, matching the other side of a lost earring or piercing, and resizing and cleaning rings.

For more information about Shinju Hospital, click here

Please note that the information listed may be changed or canceled without notice due to various circumstances.
Please be sure to check the Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store website in advance before visiting the store.

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