The game industry in 2020, where new big waves such as the appearance of next-generation machines, will come. Catch the wave of innovation on your side!
TOKYO GAME SHOW 2020 ONLINE (TGS2020 ONLINE) will be holding for five days from September 23 (Wed.) to 27 (Sun.), 2020 on the official TGS website, which replaces the cancelled TOKYO GAME SHOW 2020 originally planned to be held at Makuhari Messe in this September.
During the exhibition period, various companies and organizations in the gaming industry, from major publishers to indie game developers, will unveil the latest updates including the release of new titles and services via the official TGS channel, originally-created streaming programs, videos and websites, in addition to the live-streaming of e-Sports tournament. The online round-table discussions covering the latest topics in games will also be hosted by the organizer. All of these online contents can be viewed for free of charge.
Moreover, TGS2020 ONLINE will host the online business matching event for exhibitors and those involved in game-related businesses. The Business Matching System prepared by TGS2020 ONLINE will support the participants to facilitate flawless online meetings and networking opportunities. In addition to exhibitors (free of charge to exhibit in the event), individuals involved in game-related businesses can also participate in this online matching event (with charge). Call for participants will start in the middle of August.
TGS2020 ONLINE, the first-ever online event organized by TOKYO GAME SHOW, will provide opportunities for everyone to experience the fun and potential of cutting-edge technologies brought through games. The online world is a diverse space where people from all over the world can connect with each other beyond physical distance and time barriers in real time. Games have a possibility to cross the boundaries of games themselves and change our future in various fields. With the evolution of technology and the power of games, even more exciting future is just around the corner. Be the first to experience this joy.
The pandemic that erupted across the globe early this year cut a swathe across the cultural calendar, forcing us to face the postponement or cancellation of exhibitions, art festivals, art fairs and performances, in Japan and elsewhere. With the primary purpose of the “DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow” exhibitions being to assist up-and-coming artists, the DOMANI organizers have responded urgently with plans for a “DOMANI Plus” exhibition online, the idea being to demonstrate solidarity and support for the artists as they take their first steps back to normality. This will be the first completely online art exhibition sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and will consist of work by seven past participants in the Overseas Study Program who employ in their work techniques especially suited to the technology and medium, joined by Aoyama Satoru as guest artist, in an exhibition designed to disseminate authentic, internationally outward-looking expression and language emerging from Japan as it is right now to a wide audience at the earliest opportunity. The subtitle for this exhibition is, “Living on the Eve.” The “DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow” Exhibition 2020 staged during January–February had the subtitle “Landscapes in Our Age: Scarred and Reborn,” and was an attempt to examine the aftermath of major natural and manmade disasters since the 20th century as seen in the work of contemporary artists. During this exhibition however, portents of the corona-catastrophe to come were already emerging, and it would appear that in fact we live not only in the wake of disaster, but constantly on the brink of the next disaster; in the “interlude” between one disaster and the next. Hence “Living on the Eve,” the theme posited for the artists participating in this online show. The exhibition website will also be designed to duplicate a real exhibition experience while simultaneously taking advantage of features unique to the online setting, thus serving also as an exploration of further possibilities for the future disseminating and sharing of artistic expression. The team setting up the site will include designers with Overseas Study Program experience. We look forward to bringing you a very special exhibition featuring a group of stellar young artists hitherto accustomed to traveling and exhibiting internationally, assembled amid the current unprecedented lockdown of the art scene.
Yodel Sakura Kitagawa and Edelweiss Musikanten♪ “Online Oktoberfest ~ Toast together with a beer or tea!
Musicians of the Alps Yodel Sakura Kitagawa and Edelweiss Musikanten It’s a limited run until the end of August! Tickets for Saturday, May 30 – Sunday, August 30! It is held on all Saturdays and Sundays. It is subject to change due to circumstances.
Please choose a date, up to 100 people per day Please write your preferred date in the remarks field. Reservations are due by 4:00 p.m. every Friday.
From 7:30 p.m., we’re going to have a live, participatory live show for 10 minutes! 10 Minutes of Refresh Live! 550 yen
It’s an online but participatory, in-home Oktoberfest, and kids are welcome!
example A toast to Germany. From a German beer song. Schunkel. polonese The duck dance, the airplane dance, the German toast
Oktoberfest at home! And Music of the Alps!
We will send you the URL by email. We’ll be in the room 10 minutes before the show begins. 7:20 p.m. We’ll be checking to see if there are any problems in your environment. The real thing is 10 minutes.
Please prepare something to drink and enjoy. It’s more comfortable when you have earphones! ★ It’s a little participatory! Reservation is on a first-come, first-served basis There is also a case where there is no vacancy Up to 100 people The manual of how to connect the zoom is prepared. Also, if it’s from a personal computer, zoom can be put in with only one click without any troublesome registration or download! It’s so easy!
Since the end of January, when corona has spread, we are unable to meet our customers due to out-of-going regulations, and our school principal, “Principal Yasuyuki Umemori,” and other teachers are all very sad.
However, I want to connect with everyone with a smile because it is such a time! With the thought, “I wanted to connect with you by doing an online sushi school and started an online version of Umemori Sushi School as a new service.
The experience is “laughing! Sharing a smile!” It is an experience that connects the world with many people and connects them with a smile to make the world a smile! It is said that immunity increases when humans laugh! To blow away dark feelings and become a smile. When “Share” smile time with everyone. Let’s create a chain of smiles! Experience traditional sushi through traditional Japanese food “Sushi” Umemori Sushi School Online version 1 I would like to experience sushi making with many people while calling out to “Raschai” at ZOOM I think. Since it is online, not only family participation, but also grandpa and grandmother gifts to experience online with grandchildren, and participate with friends overseas. The charm is that you can share your smile time regardless of location or distance!
TABICA application site [Free workshop from this ticket] https://tabica.jp/travels/21544 (If you add oyakofes202006 to the coupon code, it will be free for any number of people) ⏪ It is not possible to make advance reservations for each experience. First-come-first-served basis [Additional application for paid workshops] https://tabica.jp/tags/oyako-online-fes02
11 premier class riders and nine MotoE™ contenders will be attacking the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in two races
11 MotoGP™ riders including reigning Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) and nine-time World Champion Valentino Rossi (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) head the billing in the premier class, with MotoE™ seeing the likes of 2019 FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup winner Matteo Ferrari (Trentino Gresini MotoE) and class newcomer Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact GP) lining up. The MotoGP™ race will be nine laps (35% of race distance) and the MotoE™ race five laps (50% of race distance) as the riders compete on MotoGP™20, which is available to buy now!
MotoGP™ line-up: Repsol Honda Team – Marc Marquez and Alex Marquez Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP – Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi Ducati Team – Michele Pirro Team Suzuki Ecstar – Joan Mir Aprilia Racing Team Gresini – Lorenzo Savadori Petronas Yamaha SRT – Fabio Quartararo Pramac Racing – Franceso Bagnaia LCR Honda Idemitsu – Takaaki Nakagami Reale Avintia Racing – Tito Rabat
MotoE™ line-up: Trentino Gresini MotoE – Matteo Ferrari LCR E-Team – Xavier Simeon Avintia Esponsorama Racing – Eric Granado EG 0,0 Marc VDS – Mike Di Meglio Join Contract Pons 40 – Jordi Torres Intact GP – Dominque Aegerter Tech 3 E-Racing – Lukas Tulovic Ongetta SIC58 Squadracorse – Mattia Casadei Openbank Aspar Team – Alex Medina
Sergei Redkin’s first Japan performance in 2018 was sold out! Since his 3rd place prize in the International Tchaikovsky Competition, he has played with a number of orchestras, including The Philharmonia Orchestra, and last December, Valery Gergiev appointed him as a soloist for the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan.
In his first recital in Japan, Redkin was energetic, graceful and versatile. The music was sharp and its essence came alive with his technique. He continues to mature with increasing depth, a genius of Russian music who five years after winning the International Tchaikovsky Competition, is turning to Mussorgky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.” Expectations on how he will interpret the tones of this majestic work and its rhythm of the Russian tradition are rising. This masterpiece and his pianism will be passed down and shouldn’t be missed.
**Program Tchaikovsky Dumka in C minor, Op.59 “Russian Rustic Scene” Rachmaninov Moments Musicaux in E minor, Op.16, No.4 Vocalise Op.34, No.14 Prelude in C sharp minor, Op.3, No.2 Prokofiev Piano Sonata No.7 in B flat major, Op.83 “War Sonatas” Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
*Please note that the program is subject to change.
**Profile Born in Krasnoyarsk, Russia in 1991, he studied piano and composition at the Music Lyceum School from age six. From 2004, he studied under Olga Kurnavina at the Special Music School of The St. Petersburg Conservatory. In 2009, he went to The Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory and studied under Alexander Sandler and Alexander Mnatsakayan, graduating in 2015, and completed graduate school in 2017. Since 2005, he has won numerous awards at international competitions and has had recitals in Germany, Poland, and Switzerland. Since winning 3rd prize at the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, he has participated on the world stage with great masters like Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra in Paris, New York, and Mexico in addition to the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Moscow Symphony Orchestra, and the Philharmonia Orchestra in England.
**Awards 2010 3rd prize at the VIII International Paderewski Piano Competition in Poland. 2012 1st prize at the III International Maj Lind Piano Competition in Helsinki. 2013 1st prize at the VI International Prokofiev Piano Competition in St Petersburg. 2015 The Bronze Medal at the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow.