Creative Well-being Tokyo Open Access to Culture Project

Booth Exhibitors

Creative Well-being Tokyo’s Networking Program is recruiting group meeting hosts and booth exhibitors.

This program aims to help people obtain new information and expand networks by introducing previous activities and projects, and holding informal meetings on set themes as well as participating in discussions about the state of diversity and inclusion in regard to arts and culture. It provides opportunities for Japanese and international cultural institutions, healthcare and social welfare organizations, nonprofits, creatives, and the general public to meet, share know-how and insights about practices, and work toward future collaborations.

The booths offer a chance for people to interact freely with visitors. Exhibitors can make effective use of the forum to share their activities, aims, and future developments.

Use this opportunity to share and spread the word about your activities! (Applicants are allowed to apply for both booth exhibitors and group meetings.)



Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum LBF Citizen’s Gallery 2


July 3 (Sunday) - July 7 (Thursday), 2022 / 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.


  • ART:DIS Singapore
  • Arts Alive
  • Be Cre-Ape
  • Creative Art Exective Committee
  • Foundation Modern Puppet Center
  • GK mono/koto Lab.
  • Headquarters for Vitalizing Regional Cultures, Agency for Cultural Affairs
  • HERALBONY Co.,Ltd.
  • Holographic
  • Natinal Gallery Singapore
  • Promotion of Art Communication
  • Palabra Inc.+ NPO Theatre Accessibility network
  • QD Laser, Inc.
  • Tamarokuto Science Center
  • Team "hodo-hodo" live audio guide
  • The Totto Culture Center
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation “TSUNAGARI”
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government(Tokyo Barrier-free 2020, Sustainable Recovery Tokyo Forum, TEAM BEYOND, ARCHIVES)
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture "Creative Well-being Tokyo"
  • Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
  • Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum