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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

Gallery 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.

  • 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

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

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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