Wearing a dark suit and tie, Kazumi Arikawa, formally greets guests as they enter Nobu Fifty Seven in New York with a handshake and a bow. It’s not until everyone arrives that he joins the group at a large table on the mezzanine, sitting in the middle of about a dozen people.
Arikawa was in the city during a cold November afternoon for the opening of the jewelry exhibition, “The Body Transformed,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which ended its run in February. His company, Albion Art, with locations in Tokyo and Fukuoka in southern Japan, was the main sponsor of the exhibition. In addition to the sponsorship, Arikawa also lent three pieces from his personal collection for the exhibition.
Read more about Kazumi Arikawa and the jewelry collection you never knew existing from Forbes contributor Anthony DeMarco on the Forbes website HERE