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2017

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias
  • Gallery 6 : Tatezome: First Tea of the Year

January 7[Sat]-February 19[Sun], 2017Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Sometsuke: Celebrating Four Centuries of Underglaze Blue Porcelain[End]

Explore the four-hundred-year history of porcelain production in Japan through the Nezu Museum’s Yamamoto Collection.

January 7[Sat]-February 19[Sun], 2017

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Museum Collection Exhibition

Sometsuke: Celebrating Four Centuries of Underglaze Blue Porcelain[End]

Explore the four-hundred-year history of porcelain production in Japan through the Nezu Museum’s Yamamoto Collection.

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias
  • Gallery 6 : Tatezome: First Tea of the Year
  • Gallery 5 : The Allure of Sarasa
  • Gallery 6 : Nezu Kaichirō and the Daishikai Tea Gathering

March 4[Sat]-March 31[Fri], 2017Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

The Fragrant Sublime: Koryŏ Buddhist Paintings[End]

A rich array of superb Korean Buddhist paintings from the Koryŏ dynasty(918-1392) explores the secrets of detailed, gorgeous decorative styles.

March 4[Sat]-March 31[Fri], 2017

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Special Exhibition

The Fragrant Sublime: Koryŏ Buddhist Paintings[End]

A rich array of superb Korean Buddhist paintings from the Koryŏ dynasty(918-1392) explores the secrets of detailed, gorgeous decorative styles.

  • Gallery 5 : The Allure of Sarasa
  • Gallery 6 : Nezu Kaichirō and the Daishikai Tea Gathering
  • Gallery5:Enjoying Alfresco Dining: Picnic Sets and Tiered Boxes
  • Gallery 6 : New Growth: Tea in Early Summer

April 12 [Wed]- May 14 [Sun], 2017Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

Irises and Mountain Streams in Summer and Autumn[End]

The Nezu Museum is proud to present two treasured Rinpa masterpieces, by Ogata Kōrin and Suzuki Kiitsu, together in one setting.

April 12 [Wed]- May 14 [Sun], 2017

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Special Exhibition

Irises and Mountain Streams in Summer and Autumn[End]

The Nezu Museum is proud to present two treasured Rinpa masterpieces, by Ogata Kōrin and Suzuki Kiitsu, together in one setting.

  • Gallery 5:Enjoying Alfresco Dining: Picnic Sets and Tiered Boxes
  • Gallery 6 : New Growth: Tea in Early Summer
  • Gallery 5 : Yakishime: Unglazed Stoneware
  • Gallery 6 : Refreshing: Tea for Sultry Days

May 25[Thu]-July 2[Sun], 2017Gallery1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Technique and Expression in Traditional Japanese Art: Decorated Papers

Explore, through a wide range of examples, the variety of decorative techniques and designs applied to ryōshi, paper used for painting and calligraphy.

May 25[Thu]-July 2[Sun], 2017

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Museum Collection Exhibition

Technique and Expression in Traditional Japanese Art: Decorated Papers

Explore, through a wide range of examples, the variety of decorative techniques and designs applied to ryōshi, paper used for painting and calligraphy.

  • Gallery 5 : Yakishime: Unglazed Stoneware
  • Gallery 6 : Refreshing: Tea for Sultry Days
  • Gallery 5 : The Kōwakamai Picture Scroll: Dance Drama Depicted
  • Gallery 6 : High Summer Tea

July 13[Thu]-September 3[Sun], 2017Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Introduction to Ceramics: Dishes and Plates, Large and Small

This exhibition brings together a striking collection of dishes from many eras and production centers, including both everyday pieces and extraordinary wares for special occasions.

July 13[Thu]-September 3[Sun], 2017

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Introduction to Ceramics: Dishes and Plates, Large and Small

This exhibition brings together a striking collection of dishes from many eras and production centers, including both everyday pieces and extraordinary wares for special occasions.

  • Gallery 5 : The Kōwakamai Picture Scroll: Dance Drama Depicted
  • Gallery 6 : High Summer Tea
  • Gallery 5 : Water Vessels
  • Gallery 6 : Autumn Tea Gathering

September 14[Thu]-October 22[Sun], 2017Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Supporting the Buddhist Image: Lotus Flower, Sacred Beast, Deva and Demon

From a Buddha seated on a lotus-flower pedestal to a Wisdom King treading on a small demon: this exhibition explores the meanings of the various beings underlying Buddhist images.

September 14[Thu]-October 22[Sun], 2017

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Supporting the Buddhist Image: Lotus Flower, Sacred Beast, Deva and Demon

From a Buddha seated on a lotus-flower pedestal to a Wisdom King treading on a small demon: this exhibition explores the meanings of the various beings underlying Buddhist images.

  • Gallery 5 : Water Vessels
  • Gallery 6 : Autumn Tea Gathering
  • Gallery 5 : National Treasure: Konpon Hyakuichi Konma Sutra, Rules for Buddhist Priests
  • Gallery 6 : Tea at the Year’s End

November 3[Fri]-December 17[Sun], 2017Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

Pinnacle of Elegance: Swords and Sword Furnishings of Mitsumura Collection

Mitsumura Ryūshidō, a Meiji-period entrepreneur, was fascinated by swords and sword furnishings. This exhibition explores his life and his extraordinary collection.

November 3[Fri]-December 17[Sun], 2017

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Special Exhibition

Pinnacle of Elegance: Swords and Sword Furnishings of Mitsumura Collection

Mitsumura Ryūshidō, a Meiji-period entrepreneur, was fascinated by swords and sword furnishings. This exhibition explores his life and his extraordinary collection.

  • Gallery 5 : National Treasure: Konpon Hyakuichi Konma Sutra, Rules for Buddhist Priests
  • Gallery 6 : Tea at the Year’s End

2018

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias
  • Gallery 6 : Tea in the New Year

January 10[Wed]-February 12[Mon], 2018Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Ink and Gold: Paintings of the Kanō School

Experience the work of Japan’s largest painting school, the Kanō, through folding screens and other works.

January 10[Wed]-February 12[Mon], 2018

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Ink and Gold: Paintings of the Kanō School

Experience the work of Japan’s largest painting school, the Kanō, through folding screens and other works.

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias
  • Gallery 6 : Tea in the New Year
  • Gallery 2 : Tea Ceremony Kettles
  • Gallery 5 : Calligraphy by Poets: Compositions on Kaishi and Poem Slips
  • Gallery 6 : Tea in the Flowers of Spring

February 22[Thu]-March 31[Sat], 2018Gallery 1

Museum Collection Exhibition

A Bouquet of Incense Containers

These small incense containers add flair to tea gatherings. Enjoy their charming variety, in materials from ceramics to lacquerware.

February 22[Thu]-March 31[Sat], 2018

Gallery 1

Museum Collection Exhibition

A Bouquet of Incense Containers

These small incense containers add flair to tea gatherings. Enjoy their charming variety, in materials from ceramics to lacquerware.

  • Gallery 2 : Tea Ceremony Kettles
  • Gallery 5 : Calligraphy by Poets: Compositions on Kaishi and Poem Slips
  • Gallery 6 : Tea in the Flowers of Spring
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