Savvy Event: Opening Reception of Anima/Animus by Yui Hayashi

By The Savvy Team
April 30, 2014

Join Savvy for an evening of exceptional art at the opening of “Anima/Animus” by artist Yui Hayashi at Mizenka Gallery near Hiroo on May 17. This exhibition of powerful new artworks by Hayashi derives from the concept “anima and animus” by the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung, in which he claims there is a feminine inner personality, or “anima,” within males, and a masculine inner personality, or “animus,” within females. Hayashi’s works in this upcoming exhibition aim to explore, express and celebrate the beauty of such apparent gender contradiction. The opening reception will be open to Savvy readers and is free of charge.

Mizenka Gallery in Nishi Azabu is just a six-minute walk from Hiroo station, and will be hosting this exhibition from May 17 to 24. The opening reception will be held on the evening of May 17 and is open to Savvy readers. Don’t miss this chance to meet the artist, explore her paintings, and enjoy a reception of wine and light food. It promises to be a wonderful evening of art, culture and meeting new people.

There is no charge for this event, but to book your spot please email us at with the names of you and your guests (if any) and your contact number. The reception has 25 spaces reserved  for Savvy readers on a first come, first served basis, so sign up soon!

The Deets

When: Sat, May 17, 5-7 p.m. (exhibition runs from May 17 to May 24, 2014)

Where: Mizenka Gallery, 3F Sanwa Nishi Azabu Building, 4-3-3 Nishi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Admission: Free!

Bookings: To reserve your spot to this exciting event, please email us at with attendees’ names and a contact number you can be reached on.

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