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Exhibition Schedule

2022

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias, with the Debut of House of Pleasure
  • Gallery 6 : First Tea Gathering: Celebrating the New Year

Sat., January 8 - Sun., February 13, 2022Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Power of Pattern: Hand in Hand with Technique [End]

Technique and design have mutual relationship of creating and being created. Through textiles and other craft objects including ceramics and lacquerware, please enjoy the world created when design and technique are one.

Sat., January 8 - Sun., February 13, 2022

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Power of Pattern: Hand in Hand with Technique [End]

Technique and design have mutual relationship of creating and being created. Through textiles and other craft objects including ceramics and lacquerware, please enjoy the world created when design and technique are one.

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias, with the Debut of House of Pleasure
  • Gallery 6 : First Tea Gathering: Celebrating the New Year
  • Gallery 5 : Samurai Artists
  • Gallery 6 : A Tea Gathering in Mid Spring

Sat., February 26 – Thu., March 31, 2022Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Power of Form: Captivating Material [End]

A vessel free of decoration gives a direct sense of the power of its materials and design. Here we introduce those compelling qualities, mainly through lacquerware, ancient and modern.

Sat., February 26 – Thu., March 31, 2022

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Power of Form: Captivating Material [End]

A vessel free of decoration gives a direct sense of the power of its materials and design. Here we introduce those compelling qualities, mainly through lacquerware, ancient and modern.

  • Gallery 5 : Samurai Artists
  • Gallery 6 : A Tea Gathering in Mid Spring
  • Gallery 5 : The Many Delights of Poetic Inscriptions
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering in Early Summer: The Brazier Season Begins

Saturday, April 16 - Sunday, May 15, 2022Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

A Tea Gathering with the Irises Screens: An Assemblage from May, 1937 [End]

In May, 1937, Nezu Kaichiro, Sr. (1860-1940) held a tea gathering at which he showed the Irises screens. For this exhibition, we have recreated the splendid assemblage of tea utensils and paintings from that gathering.

Saturday, April 16 - Sunday, May 15, 2022

Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

A Tea Gathering with the Irises Screens: An Assemblage from May, 1937 [End]

In May, 1937, Nezu Kaichiro, Sr. (1860-1940) held a tea gathering at which he showed the Irises screens. For this exhibition, we have recreated the splendid assemblage of tea utensils and paintings from that gathering.

  • Gallery 5 : The Many Delights of Poetic Inscriptions
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering in Early Summer: The Brazier Season Begins
  • Gallery 5 : Custom-Made Imports Commissioned by Tea Masters
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering in the Rainy Season

Saturday, May 28 - Sunday, July 3, 2022Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Amida Nyorai: Yearning for the Pure Land [End]

Amida Nyorai (Amitabha) is a Buddha almost everyone is familiar with. This exhibition presents an overview of the spread of faith in Amida in Japan. Its focus is Buddhist paintings from the collection, including works from Goryeo period Korea.

Saturday, May 28 - Sunday, July 3, 2022

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Amida Nyorai: Yearning for the Pure Land [End]

Amida Nyorai (Amitabha) is a Buddha almost everyone is familiar with. This exhibition presents an overview of the spread of faith in Amida in Japan. Its focus is Buddhist paintings from the collection, including works from Goryeo period Korea.

  • Gallery 5 : Custom-Made Imports Commissioned by Tea Masters
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering in the Rainy Season
  • Gallery 5 : Poets Reflected in Noh Masks and Costumes
  • Gallery 6 : Coolness in the Heat: An Assemblage for the Summer

Saturday, July 16 - Sunday, August 21, 2022Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Can’t Read It, but I like It! -Calligraphy in the Nezu Collection [End]

Masterworks of calligraphy from the Nezu Collection are presented in this exhibition, with helpful points for appreciating variant and highly individual styles of writing.

Saturday, July 16 - Sunday, August 21, 2022

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Museum Collection Exhibition

Can’t Read It, but I like It! -Calligraphy in the Nezu Collection [End]

Masterworks of calligraphy from the Nezu Collection are presented in this exhibition, with helpful points for appreciating variant and highly individual styles of writing.

  • Gallery 5 : Poets Reflected in Noh Masks and Costumes
  • Gallery 6 : Coolness in the Heat: An Assemblage for the Summer
  • Gallery 5 : Learning from Shards: Japanese Ceramics
  • Gallery 6 : A Sip of Tea for a Clear Autumn Day

Saturday, September 10 - Sunday, October 16, 2022Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Simply Maki-e: Showcasing Lacquerware from the Nezu Collection

Enjoy the maki-e lacquer in the Nezu Collection, shown en masse for the first time. From familiar pieces to works unveiled for the first time, they offer a delightful combination of precise technique and golden brilliance.

Saturday, September 10 - Sunday, October 16, 2022

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Simply Maki-e: Showcasing Lacquerware from the Nezu Collection

Enjoy the maki-e lacquer in the Nezu Collection, shown en masse for the first time. From familiar pieces to works unveiled for the first time, they offer a delightful combination of precise technique and golden brilliance.

  • Gallery 5 : Learning from Shards: Japanese Ceramics
  • Gallery 6 : A Sip of Tea for a Clear Autumn Day
  • Gallery 5 : Chinese Carved Lacquer
  • Gallery 6 : The Tea New Year: Breaking the Seal on the New Tea

Thursday, November 3 - Sunday, December 4, 2022Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

Fusuma Paintings in the Shoguns’ Residence

Fusuma, opaque sliding screens used as partitions, may bear paintings. We reproduce how those now-lost fusuma paintings adorned the residence of the Ashikaga Shoguns, through folding screen paintings from the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.

Thursday, November 3 - Sunday, December 4, 2022

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Special Exhibition

Fusuma Paintings in the Shoguns’ Residence

Fusuma, opaque sliding screens used as partitions, may bear paintings. We reproduce how those now-lost fusuma paintings adorned the residence of the Ashikaga Shoguns, through folding screen paintings from the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.

  • Gallery 5 : Chinese Carved Lacquer
  • Gallery 6 : The Tea New Year: Breaking the Seal on the New Tea
  • Gallery 5 : The Landscape
  • Gallery 6 : Tea on New Year's Eve: Welcoming the New Year

Saturday, December 17, 2022 - Sunday, February 5, 2023Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Art of Cultural Amusement

Amusements, which enrich everyday life, also inspired us to learn and polish literary, martial, and other skills . Through calligraphy and paintings, we explore the many faces of the amusements as cultural practices.

Saturday, December 17, 2022 - Sunday, February 5, 2023

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Art of Cultural Amusement

Amusements, which enrich everyday life, also inspired us to learn and polish literary, martial, and other skills . Through calligraphy and paintings, we explore the many faces of the amusements as cultural practices.

  • Gallery 5 : The Landscape
  • Gallery 6 : Tea on New Year's Eve: Welcoming the New Year
  • Gallery 5 : The Nishida Collection Premiere, I: IMARI
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Amid Spring Flowers

Saturday, February 18 - Friday, March 31, 2023Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Wonders of Buddhist Ritual Implements

Buddhist ritual implements can be puzzling at first glance . This exhibition spotlights how they are used, guided by examples in superb works of Buddhist art.

Saturday, February 18 - Friday, March 31, 2023

Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Wonders of Buddhist Ritual Implements

Buddhist ritual implements can be puzzling at first glance . This exhibition spotlights how they are used, guided by examples in superb works of Buddhist art.

  • Gallery 5 : The Nishida Collection Premiere, I: IMARI
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Amid Spring Flowers
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