Collaboration: Chichu Art Museum

"Chichu Art Museum" in Japan and KINTO have partnered to create a custom TRAVEL TUMBLER. Take a look and find out about the story behind the collaboration.
Message from Chichu Art Museum
”Visitors to the Chichu Art Museum often stroll among our exhibits with bottles of water or tea. We wanted to offer a reusable tumbler that would be useful for travelling around the Benesse Art Site Naoshima islands as well as at home. We liked KINTO’s  TRAVEL TUMBLER because it is reliable, portable and stylish. The matte stainless steel complements the simple design with our logo and a site plan of the museum.

We hope this tumbler will be something to remember the experience at Chichu Art Museum by.”
(Chichu Art Museum Photo: Makoto Tanaka)

Chichu Art Museum

Chichu Art Museum was constructed in 2004 as a site rethinking the relationship between nature and people. The museum was built mostly underground to avoid affecting the beautiful natural scenery of the Seto Inland sea. Artworks by Claude Monet, James Turrell, and Walter De Maria are on permanent display in this building designed by Tadao Ando.

(Chichu Art Museum Photo: Mitsumasa Fujitsuka)