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Exhibition Schedule

2024

  • Gallery 5 : Greetings from the Other Side of the World! The Nezu Museum’s Andean Textiles
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering as the Brazier Season Begins

Saturday, April 13 - Sunday, May 12, 2024Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

The Irises Screens, National Treasure: Japanese Art and Design [End]

Ogata Kōrin’s Irises Screens embody, in their ultimate form, the design qualities inherent in Japanese art. This exhibition also considers the close relationship between painting and the craft arts.

Saturday, April 13 - Sunday, May 12, 2024

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Special Exhibition

The Irises Screens, National Treasure: Japanese Art and Design [End]

Ogata Kōrin’s Irises Screens embody, in their ultimate form, the design qualities inherent in Japanese art. This exhibition also considers the close relationship between painting and the craft arts.

  • Gallery 5 : Greetings from the Other Side of the World! The Nezu Museum’s Andean Textiles
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering as the Brazier Season Begins
  • Gallery 5 : Edo to Tokyo: Craft Arts in Turbulent Times
  • Gallery 6 : Tea in Summer

Saturday, June 1 - Monday, July 15, 2024Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

Traditional Art with Counting Songs: Works with Numbers in their Titles

Numbers in the titles of works have crucial meanings with respect to forms, colors, or motifs, for example. Counting is connected to understanding the work.

Saturday, June 1 - Monday, July 15, 2024

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Museum Collection Exhibition

Traditional Art with Counting Songs: Works with Numbers in their Titles

Numbers in the titles of works have crucial meanings with respect to forms, colors, or motifs, for example. Counting is connected to understanding the work.

  • Gallery 5 : Edo to Tokyo: Craft Arts in Turbulent Times
  • Gallery 6 : Tea in Summer
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering in Memoriam

Saturday, July 27 - Sunday, August 25, 2024Gallery 1/2/5

Museum Collection Exhibition

Beautiful Buddhas: Masterpieces of Buddhist Painting from the Nezu Collection

Buddhist paintings are a core component of the Nezu Museum collection. Please enjoy superb works, including a National Treasure, from Japan and other East Asian countries.

Saturday, July 27 - Sunday, August 25, 2024

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Museum Collection Exhibition

Beautiful Buddhas: Masterpieces of Buddhist Painting from the Nezu Collection

Buddhist paintings are a core component of the Nezu Museum collection. Please enjoy superb works, including a National Treasure, from Japan and other East Asian countries.

  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering in Memoriam
  • Gallery 5 : Shades of White in Ceramics
  • Gallery 6 : The End of the Tea Year

Saturday, September 14 - Sunday, October 20, 2024Gallery 1/2

Museum Collection Exhibition

The Aesthetics of Summer and Autumn: Masterpieces by Suzuki Kiitsu and the Inen Seal Painter

In Japan, spring and autumn have long been beloved seasons, but in the early modern period, works combining summer and autumn also became popular. Enjoy, through works of art, the changing seasons, from early summer to late autumn.

Saturday, September 14 - Sunday, October 20, 2024

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Museum Collection Exhibition

The Aesthetics of Summer and Autumn: Masterpieces by Suzuki Kiitsu and the Inen Seal Painter

In Japan, spring and autumn have long been beloved seasons, but in the early modern period, works combining summer and autumn also became popular. Enjoy, through works of art, the changing seasons, from early summer to late autumn.

  • Gallery 5 : Shades of White in Ceramics
  • Gallery 6 : The End of the Tea Year
  • Gallery 5 : A Bird and Flower Paradise
  • Gallery 6 : Robiraki, the Opening the Hearth Tea Gathering e

Saturday, November 2 - Sunday, December 8, 2024Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

The Medicine Chest with Herb Design by Iizuka Tōyō I

The Medicine Chest with Herb Design was handed down in the Hachisuka family, lords of the Tokushima domain. We decipher, from the perspective of herbalism, the context in which it was made and also probe its maker, Iizuka Tōyō I.

Saturday, November 2 - Sunday, December 8, 2024

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Special Exhibition

The Medicine Chest with Herb Design by Iizuka Tōyō I

The Medicine Chest with Herb Design was handed down in the Hachisuka family, lords of the Tokushima domain. We decipher, from the perspective of herbalism, the context in which it was made and also probe its maker, Iizuka Tōyō I.

  • Gallery 5 : A Bird and Flower Paradise
  • Gallery 6 : Robiraki, the Opening the Hearth Tea Gathering e
  • Gallery 2 : A Single Line of Calligraphy
  • Gallery 5 : A Microcosmos of Ancient Chinese Mirrors
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering for the New Year

Saturday, December 21, 2024 - Sunday, February 9, 2025Gallery 1

Museum Collection Exhibition

Detached Segments of Ancient Japanese Calligraphy: Shared Beauty

Dividing examples of ancient calligraphy into detached segments permits more people to appreciate them. Enjoy the beauty of these acclaimed calligraphic works and their highly individual fascination.

Saturday, December 21, 2024 - Sunday, February 9, 2025

Gallery 1

Museum Collection Exhibition

Detached Segments of Ancient Japanese Calligraphy: Shared Beauty

Dividing examples of ancient calligraphy into detached segments permits more people to appreciate them. Enjoy the beauty of these acclaimed calligraphic works and their highly individual fascination.

  • Gallery 2 : A Single Line of Calligraphy
  • Gallery 5 : A Microcosmos of Ancient Chinese Mirrors
  • Gallery 6 : Tea Gathering for the New Year
  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias: Camellia Gardening in the Edo Period 
  • Gallery 6 : Tea of Spring Sentiment

Saturday, February 22 - Sunday, March 30, 2025Gallery 1/2

Special Exhibition

Katagiri Sekishū:Tea in an Edo-period Samurai Household

Katagiri Sekishū (1605-73) was an early Edo-period daimyo tea master. This exhibition explores the achievements of the Sekishū style of tea, which spread among the warrior class during the Tokugawa shogunate.

Saturday, February 22 - Sunday, March 30, 2025

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Special Exhibition

Katagiri Sekishū:Tea in an Edo-period Samurai Household

Katagiri Sekishū (1605-73) was an early Edo-period daimyo tea master. This exhibition explores the achievements of the Sekishū style of tea, which spread among the warrior class during the Tokugawa shogunate.

  • Gallery 5 : One Hundred Camellias: Camellia Gardening in the Edo Period 
  • Gallery 6 : Tea of Spring Sentiment
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