• FUJIFILM PHOTO SALON

    FUJIFILM PHOTO SALON

    Offers weekly exhibitions of magnificent photos featuring a variety of themes.

  • PHOTO HISTORY MUSEUM

    PHOTO HISTORY MUSEUM

    Showcases rare antique cameras and Fujifilm's past cameras, offering visitors an opportunity to learn about the evolution of photography and cameras.

  • TOUCH FUJIFILM

    TOUCH FUJIFILM

    Lets you enjoy the hands-on experience of Fujifilm's digital cameras and other latest products.


7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052, Japan
TEL:(81)-3-6271-3350   Telephone inquiries available from 10:00—18:00
FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum Exhibition
The Colors and Shapes of Kyoto
Takeji Iwamiya—In Pursuit of the Beauty of Japan

Date : January 4, 2020 — March 31, 2020

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12/25 Photo ‘Young Photographers' New Stories’
Hidehiro Otake Solo Exhibition   The Northwoods — the Land that Gives Life

To enable young photographers to discover the significance and enjoyment of photo exhibitions and to further develop the culture of photography, the Fujifilm Photo Salon, Tokyo, invites applications from young photographers to display their works as part of our ‘Young Photographers' New Stories’ series. These exhibitions have been held several times each year since 2013. To further encourage young photographers to exhibit their works, Fujifilm provides the prints and supports the photographers with production costs, etc.
Project 19 is a photo exhibition by Hidehiro Otake, a photographer who has spent 20 years exploring the Northwoods — a vast boreal forest and lake district that spans the northern states of the USA and extends northwards through Canada as far north as the Arctic Circle.
12/12 Photo FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum Exhibition
The Colors and Shapes of Kyoto
Takeji Iwamiya—In Pursuit of the Beauty of Japan

The FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum is pleased to present an exhibition of works by the photographer Takeji Iwamiya on the centenary of his birth, which falls on January 4, 2020. The exhibition will run from January 4 to March 31, 2020.
12/5 Photo ‘Young Photographers' New Stories’
BACK-GROUND A Photojournalism Exhibition by Itaru Chiba (text by Katsuya Hosoe)

To enable young photographers to discover the significance and enjoyment of photo exhibitions and to further develop the culture of photography, the Fujifilm Photo Salon, Tokyo, invites applications from young photographers to display their works as part of our ‘Young Photographers' New Stories’ series. These exhibitions have been held several times each year since 2013. To further encourage young photographers to exhibit their works, Fujifilm provides the prints and supports the photographers with productions costs, etc.
Project 18 is a photo exhibition featuring a sports documentary consisting of photos taken by Itaru Chiba that relate the emotions of football players and fans in European football leagues as seen from behind. The exhibition includes text contributed by sports writer Katsuya Hosoe.

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The FUJIFILM SQUARE showroom is located in the Tokyo Midtown complex in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. The showroom features the Photo History Museum where visitors can learn more about the history of cameras and photographs, as well as a retail outlet with a wide range of skincare and supplement products.

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