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本年度展覧会案内

2020年度の展覧会予定は以下の通りです。(展示内容を変更する場合があります。)
なお、展覧会終了後は、展示替えのための休館期間がありますので、ご注意ください。
開館日カレンダーもご参照ください。

2020年度 年間スケジュール(PDF)

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Calligraphy Masterpiece—The Beauty of Sutras, Writing, and Poems

2 Segments of anthology of Tsurayuki’s poems “Ishiyama-gire” codex joined (Important cultural property), by Fujiwara no Sadanobu, Heian period

Special Display

Calligraphy Masterpiece—The Beauty of Sutras, Writing, and Poems

October 3 (Sat.), 2020 – November 29 (Sun.) (50 days)

This is our first calligraphy-only exhibition, introducing masterpiece items owned by this museum, to showcase the beauty of this kind of art. The exhibition has a display of around 40 items, mainly featuring sutras created between the Nara and Kamakura Periods, calligraphic writing by Zen priests in the Kamakura Period and after, and poems penned between the Heian and Kamakura Periods including the National Treasure “Kasen Utaawase.” There are also exhibits created by those related to Izumi and Osaka, such as Keichu and Tomioka Tessai. Alongside this exhibition, some signature items from our museum are shown as a special display. These include “Bansei” that was created during Southern Song Dynasty and passed through the hands of both imperial families and those of the Tokugawa Shogunate (National Treasure, exhibited from April 11 to May 6), and “Shrike in Barren Tree” by a Japanese swordsman of the Edo Period, Miyamoto Musashi (Important cultural property, exhibited from April 28 to June 7).
*Guided tours are scheduled to be held four times during the exhibition period.

A Competition comparing coupled poems by Poetic Immortals (National Treasure), Heian period Chapter of Expedient Methods of Lotus Sutra (Important cultural property), Heian period 2 Segments of anthology of Tsurayuki’s poems “Ishiyama-gire” codex joined (Important cultural property), by Fujiwara no Sadanobu, Heian period Hokyoin-darani Sutra (Important cultural property), by Emperor Fushimi, Kamakura period Poems composed at poetry parties during Emperor Go-Toba’s journeys to Kumano by Fujiwara no Norimitsu (Important cultural property), Kamakura period Calligraphy by Yishan Yining (Important cultural property), Kamakura period Poem: A Place Called Shinge of Izumi by Keichu, Edo period Shrike in Barren Tree (Important cultural property), by Miyamoto Musashi, Edo period

Ceramic Ware from the East—Japan, China, and Other Asian Countries

Mianpen, white glazed porcelain, Northern Song Dynasty

Regular Exhibition

Ceramic Ware from the East—Japan, China, and Other Asian Countries

December 19 (Sat.) – 25 (Fri.), 2020 & January 5 (Tue.) – 31 (Sun.), 2021 (30 days)

In this exhibition, we display approximately 80 items of different ages from our collection mainly from Japan and China, with additional works from the Korean Peninsula and Southeast and West Asia. The Japanese items include works from ancient kilns of medieval times, such as Bizen, and early-modern examples such as Raku tea bowls. Chinese items cover those from ancient earthenware to early-modern vessels with colorful paintings. Enjoy the intriguing variety of shapes, glazes, and designs of the selected exhibits.

*Guided tours are scheduled to be held four times during the exhibition period.

Flower vase of ryuko (standing hourglass-shaped hand drum) shape, known as “Tabi-makura”, Ki (yellow) seto type (Important cultural property), Momoyama period
Teabowl, Karatsuware, known as “Sampo” (Three treasures) (Important cultural property), Momoyama period
Celadon vase with phoenix handles, known as “Bansei” (National Treasure), Southern Song Dynasty
Tea bowl, Kohiki type, Yi Dynasty
Iron-painted jar with lid with Baoxiang-hua scroll (hōsōge) design, Thailand, 15–16th Century
Painted pottery jar with beak-like spout, Iran, 10th Century B.C.

Into the World of Classic Stories—The Tales of Genji and Ise

The Transverse Flute 2, Scenes from An Album of Illustrated Scenes from The Tale of Genji (Important cultural property), by Tosa Mitsuyoshi, Edo period

Regular Exhibition

Into the World of Classic Stories—The Tales of Genji and Ise

February 14 (Sun.), 2021 – March 28 (Sun.) (37 days)

This exhibition features selected works from our collection that are related to The Tale of Genji and The Tales of Ise, both of which are highly recognized as the top two works of classic literature of the Heian Period. These stories have been transcribed and printed a number of times throughout the ages to be cherished by literature fans. In addition, various scenes from both stories have been adapted as artworks in different forms, styles and designs that signify the time of creation. This has helped attract a wider audience to enjoy the stories in a variety of ways. Items displayed in this exhibition are quite diverse, ranging from paintings on folding screens, paper and fans, to woodblock prints (e.g. ukiyoe and books) and karuta cards. Invite yourself into a world of attractive stories.

*Guided tours are scheduled to be held four times during the exhibition period.

An Album of Illustrated Scenes from The Tale of Genji (Important cultural property), by Tosa Mitsuyoshi, Edo period
The Tale of Genji Album of Illustrations by attributed to Kano Tanyu, Edo period
The Tale of Genji Folding Screen, Edo period
The Tales of Ise by Female Courtier to Emperor Go-kashiwabara, Muromachi period
The Tales of Ise, the Saga Edition by Suminokura Soan, Edo period
The Tales of Ise Karuta Cards, Edo period

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Scheduled Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

Ukiyoe Masters of the Utagawa School—Kunisada, Hiroshige and Kuniyoshi

The Tokaido (known as the “Reisho Tokaido”) by Utagawa Hiroshige, Edo period

Regular Exhibition

Ukiyoe Masters of the Utagawa School—Kunisada, Hiroshige and Kuniyoshi

June 27 (Sat.), 2020 – September 6 (Sun.) (62 days)

The Utagawa School was the largest of the ukiyoe schools during the Edo Period, and its artists were popular not only in Edo (current Tokyo) but also in Kamigata (Osaka). This exhibition displays masterpieces featuring the subjects of women, scenery and swordsmen by the forerunners of the school: the founder Toyoharu, Toyokuni I, and the famous Hiroshige’s teacher Toyohiro, as well as the school’s top three stars: Kunisada (Toyokuni III), Hiroshige and Kuniyoshi. The exhibition also includes works by Ochiai Yoshiiku and Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, both of whom were taught by Utagawa Kuniyoshi between the late Edo and Meiji Periods, and works by Osaka local artists, Utagawa Hirosada and Utagawa Yoshiume.

*Guided tours are scheduled to be held four times during the exhibition period.

The Tenma Tenjin Festival at Night in Osaka by Utagawa Toyoharu, Edo period
Evening Glow at Nihonbashi, from the series, “8 views of Edo” by Utagawa Toyokuni, Edo period
53 Stations of the Tokaido, Hakone by Utagawa Kunisada, Edo period
53 Stations of the Tokaido, Hakone (Hoeido Edition) by Utagawa Hiroshige, Edo period
The True Loyal Retainer: Oboshi Yuranosuke by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Edo period

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