"Japonisme: A Passion for Japan" is on display, post-security, in Terminal 2.
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#AllNipponAirways (#ANA) began as Japan Helicopter & Aeroplane Transports Company #onthisday in 1952. The airline has grown to become the largest in Japan. In December 1998, ANA began service from Tokyo to San Francisco. Have you ever flown on ANA? This tweet was posted on December 27, 2019.
@RodBogart We're very sorry but the exhibition rotation starts this week with the de-instillation of "Mathematics: Vintage and Modern" and in the installation of "Japonisme: A Passion for Japan." https://t.co/h19OB3lHAMThis tweet was posted on April 25, 2022.
After Japan opened to international trade, following a prolonged period of isolation from the West, French author Philippe Burty coined the term Japonisme in 1872 to describe the new fervor for all things Japanese. #Japonisme#Japan#DesignThis tweet was posted on May 02, 2022.
As Japan waged war on China in 1937, CNAC evacuated Shanghai, its original headquarters and home base in August and relocated to Chongqing. In trying to avoid Japanese detection, the airline pioneered the routes over the Himalayas. #DefunctThursday#CNACThis tweet was posted on April 07, 2022.
Beginning as Japan Helicopter & Aeroplane Transports Co. in 1952, All Nippon Airways has become the largest airline in Japan. #TravelTuesdayThis tweet was posted on August 01, 2017.
Boeing adopted the two-engine, widebody concept with its 777 airliner, which was introduced on June 7, 1995. The 777 was a joint collaborative project between Boeing & 8 major airlines, including United, ANA (All Nippon Airways), British Airways, & Japan Airlines. #WingWednesdayThis tweet was posted on November 03, 2021.
Born in Japan, Seiji Kunishima creates sculptures that are a serene balance between the traditional and the modern. This tweet was posted on March 02, 2016.
George M. Reid documented The Ventures' 1965 tour of Japan in "Beloved Invaders," a film titled after the name given to the band by their Japanese fans. #InstrumentalSurf
♪ Watch the live clip: “Walk, Don’t Run ‘64”
https://t.co/G41q6bVk0LThis tweet was posted on June 25, 2021.
How’s this for a stylish, elaborate way to announce dinner? This dinner gong exhibits faux bamboo supports & sparrows in flight, and showcases the European maker’s interpretation of Japanese admiration for the natural world as well as Japan's influence on Western art. #JaponismeThis tweet was posted on August 10, 2022.
In 1962, The Ventures toured Japan for the first time as a duo with founding members Don Wilson and Bob Bogle. Thousands of fans were on hand to greet the band when they returned to Japan in 1964 as a quartet with Nokie Edwards and Mel Taylor. #InstrumentalSurfThis tweet was posted on June 25, 2021.
In Japan both sexes and various classes of people wore geta or platform sandals in order to protect their feet and clothing. #ShoesinCultureThis tweet was posted on May 18, 2017.
In all, The Ventures placed 37 albums in the Japanese charts and sold more than 40 million records in Japan alone. In honor of their impact on Japanese culture, in 2010, they became the first foreign musical group to receive The Order of the Rising Sun from the emperor of Japan. This tweet was posted on June 25, 2021.
Instrumental surf music was revived in the early 1980s and spread worldwide in the 1990s. The music is now more diverse than ever, and there are active surf and instrumental scenes throughout the U.S. and in Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Japan, and across Europe. #InstrumentalSurfThis tweet was posted on July 19, 2021.
Introduced to Europe from Japan in the 16th century, fans were an essential fashion accessory in the formal dress of a wealthy woman. #Caticons#catsThis tweet was posted on November 16, 2018.
Japan Air Lines (JAL) began domestic service in 1952. With its new Douglas DC-6B, JAL inaugurated trans-pacific service to San Francisco, via Wake Island and Honolulu, on February 2, 1954. Have you ever been to #Japan? #TravelTuesdayThis tweet was posted on August 28, 2018.
Production techniques in Japan developed rapidly during the early part of the Edo period (1615-1868). By the 1640s, the Japanese began to successfully compete with Chinese porcelain exports. #BeckoningCatsThis tweet was posted on March 08, 2018.