I attended this show a while back, but took so many pictures that it has taken a long time to go through them! The venue was a gorgeous hotel with the quilts in beautifully decorated banquet rooms along a 100 step staircase. The floors were tatami, so no shoes! It was difficult to take pictures because the lighting was low and there were many people, but I managed the best I could.
From the internet:
Patchwork quilts meet Japan at this exhibition at the Hotel Gajoen Tokyo. The tradition of quilting and patchwork is said to have been born in Europe and matured in the US, but Japan apparently has a good three million quilt lovers too. For this edition, the theme is 'Japan-modern', with a eclectic yet beautiful collection of Japan-inspired quilts made by famous writers and competition winners on display, plus some public faves.