Learn how and why to invest in Japanese modern art. In this exciting class you'll get the inside scoop on the benefits and risks of investing in alternative assets. The seminar will be held live online from 10:30AM to 11:30AM on December 5th (JST).
- Real Estate Japan
- 10:30 am
- This seminar will be held online and virtually hosted in Tokyo
Real Estate Japan is pleased to present the next installment in our online seminar series on why and how to invest in Japanese contemporary art.
Art can be much more than a way to decorate your home. It can also be a means to diversifying your investment portfolio, with increasing numbers of people at all investment levels buying into this asset class in the last few years. A 2019 report by The Art Basel and UBS found that the global art market grew at about nine percent in the decade from 2008 to 2018. In 2018, the global art market reached $67.4 billion, up six percent year-on-year. (Source: The Art Basel).
As with real estate or equities, art can increase in value over time, and like real estate, it is also an alternative investment for diversifying risk. So if you have an aesthetic eye, buying art can be rewarding aesthetically and financially. However, as with any investment, the art market has its risks.
Real Estate Japan is pleased to partner with TRiCERA for our seminars on buying Japanese contemporary art for the purpose of investment or simply for decorating your home. TRiCERA is an e-commerce platform and art advisory that connects Japanese artists with a worldwide audience. They list high-quality art and craftwork, all chosen by experienced in-house art advisors. The pieces come from established Japanese artists, as well as emerging artists in their field, with pieces starting from about ¥50,000 ($475).
- What is the Japanese contemporary art market?
- Evaluating art for investment
- Why the price of art goes up and down
- Why people fail in art investment
- 3 things to know before investing in Japanese contemporary art
- How to find art most likely to appreciate in value in the future
- Where to buy art
- Diversify your portfolio in art investment
- Good interior decoration for your home
- Exclusive art from TRiCERA
Examples of art currently offered by TRiCERA
Below are just a few of the 14,300+ pieces currently being offered by TRiCERA.
Properties currently for sale on Real Estate Japan
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Yasuhiro has been with Real Estate Japan for six years. He studied and worked in the U.S. for over ten years before returning to Japan to work in the Japanese real estate industry. He is passionate about improving transparency and access to the Japanese real estate market for Japanese and foreigners alike. Yasuhiro is head of Real Estate Japan's investment support services for foreigners.
Ms. Igarashi was born in Tokyo and spent her childhood in the United States. After graduating from university, she joined a Japanese freight forwarding company and was responsible for logistics operations for air freight export. In 2019, she joined TRiCERA, an e-commerce platform selling artwork created by artists all over the world. She is in charge of logistics as well as marketing.
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1. To register for this seminar click on the link below.
2. You will be taken to the registration form on GoToWebinar, our seminar platform partner site.
3. After you complete online registration, you will receive a confirmation email from GoToWebinar.
4. Click on the link in the registration email to join the seminar on the date and time of the event.
5. If it is the first time you will be joining us on GoToWebinar, you will be asked to install the GoToWebinar software on your device. Installation takes about five minutes.
6. Please note that the number of attendees is limited to 30 people. Once the registration limit has been reached, we aren’t able to add attendees to the list. We thank you for your understanding on this.