Live Events

Kansai TV presents an exciting line up of live events and performing arts. Over the years, Kansai TV has produced, organized and promoted large scale events and performing arts to cater for all audiences.

Kansai TV has organized ten Japan tours of the dynamic dance entertainment shows “Burn the Floor” and “Floorplay”, to a total audience of near 500,000!

Kansai TV also supports and sponsors the classic and traditional arts. We have organized Japan tours of the Paris Opera, Teatro San Carlo of Napoli and Teatro Verdi Trieste, and the "Osaka Heisei Nakamura-za" with star Kabuki actor Nakamura Kanzaburo in an Edo period Kabuki theatre.

We also hold the hugely popular Cirque du Soleil performances in Osaka, and recently held the immensely successful "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" exhibition in Osaka.

Kansai TV continues to bring you the best in live entertainment!

Marie Laurencin et la mode

April 16 – June 11, 2023

Image : Marie Laurencin et la mode

Tracing the fashion of women who lived in an era of freedom

Paris in the 1920s was in between two world wars. It was a miraculous place where many talents intermingled, crossing their respective disciplines and creating exceptional works. Marie Laurencin and Coco Chanel, both born in 1883, represented women living in the post-war era of freedom.
This exhibition focuses on the achievements of these two women who lived where the boundaries between art and fashion crossed, also shedding light on their relationships with Paul Poiret, Jean Cocteau, Man Ray, Madeleine Vionnet and others who colored the era, and providing an overview of the art world in Paris between the two world wars, where modernity and classicism were exquisitely fused. The exhibition features a lineup of approximately 90 paintings, dresses, and documents from collections in Japan and abroad, including the Musée de l'Orangerie and the Musée Marie Laurencin.


April 16 –June 11, 2023
City of Kyoto Kyocera Museum of Art Main Building(North Wing)1F


Admission Fee
Adults 2,000 (1,800) yen
University and High School students 1,500 (1,300) yen
Elementary and Junior High students 700 (500) yen
Preschool children free

※()Advanced/Groups from 20 persons and over

  • Free admission for persons with disabilities and their caregivers (certificate required)
  • Advanced tickets are on sale from 14th February to 15th April.

Kansai Television Co. Ltd., The Sankei Shimbun, The Kyoto Shimbun, Kyoto City
With the support of
Ambassade de France au Japon / Institute Français du Japon
Planned by
Art and Design Institute