Earlier this week, the leaflet and map for the 2017 Nakanojo Biennale was released which you can view below.
2017 Nakanojo Biennale passports are also now available for pre-sale.
Anytime before September 9th, you can get a 2017 Nakanojo Biennale passport at most major convenience stores for 800 yen. You can get the 2017 Nakanojo Biennale passport set which includes the passport, 2017 Nakanojo Biennale guide book, and passport holder for 1900 yen.
Tabinakanojo is also organizing two different one-day tours of the 2017 Nakanojo Biennale on Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays. The cost of the tour is 3000 yen (2500 yen for children). If you choose tour course 2, it will take you to the Kuni and Sawatari Onsen areas and you will find yourself dropped off in front of my installation at Sawatari Gallery at 12:15 pm!
For those of you coming on your own, here is a clickable map of the all the exhibition sites for the 2017 Nakanojo Biennale.
Here is a detail of the Sawatari Onsen area (my exhibition site is No. 34)