Koji Yamaguchi
11:00 a.m. — 7:00 p.m. / Thu., Jan 26 — Wed., Feb 8, 2023
*This program has ended.
Gerbera once filled the garden in Ginza that made use of redundant space outside Sony Building, offering enjoyment for passersby.
Inspired by this, the exhibition, YOHAKU NO KIROKU, was held in 2021, making use of the space in Ginza Sony Park.
A 30-meter wall mural of a field of Gerbera was painted this time.
The Gerbera of the garden in Ginza may have changed shape, but they live on.
I hope the flowers brighten up the city of Ginza and warm the hearts of many people.
The 30-meter wall mural has been turned into an original 3-meter painting.
Come and see the works that change depending on the size, space and background.

Koji Yamaguchi

▶ The 2nd phase of wall art at the Ginza Sony Park construction site has begun.
~ 30m long field of gerbera painted by Koji Yamaguchi has come to Ginza ~
Detail is here
State of the exhibits
Original wall art decorating the sukiyabashi intersection
A work depicting gerbera in the atelier
Visitors at Sony Park Mini
Painter Koji Yamaguchi
On the first day, Mr. Yamaguchi also presented gerbera
3 types of coasters
Gerberas in a vase in the Nishi-Ginza parking coffee
The Ginza underground concourse
Ginza Sony Park Wall Art (2023.01.20~)
[Gerbera] Key Visual
Japanese artist pursues cityscapes mainly from the view of a skateboarder.
Yamaguchi started to paint landscapes influenced by his grandfather, who himself was also a landscape painter.
From 2015 to 2018, he moved from Tokyo and actively working based in New York. He is currently based in Tokyo.
Sony Park Mini
B1 Nishi-Ginza Parking, 5-3-1 Chisaki, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061 (Google Maps / Video access guide)

[Opening Hours / Duration]
11:00 a.m. — 7:00 p.m. / Thu., Jan 26 — Wed., Feb 8, 2023
*This program has ended.

[Admission Fee]

  • Sony Park Mini is a tiny space of around 30m². You are asked to note that a limit will be placed on the number of people allowed to enter the space at any one time.
  • Any changes to the program will be announced on Sony Park’s official social media account.

[Measures to prevent infection and requests for visitors]
Measures will be implemented to prevent the spread of infections at Sony Park Mini, to ensure the health and safety of visitors and staff. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

  • Visitors are asked to cooperate in having their temperatures checked when entering the facility. People with temperatures over 37.5 ℃ may not be allowed to enter.
  • Visitors are asked to wear masks inside the facility.
  • Visitors are asked to cooperate in disinfecting their hands when entering the facility.
  • Visitors are asked to cooperate in maintaining social distancing.
  • Alcohol disinfectant will be available.
  • Places inside the facility touched or used by many people will be disinfected or ventilated regularly.
  • Staff will wear masks, check their temperatures before coming to work, and regularly gargle their mouths, as well as wash and disinfect their hands.