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*hageijutsu II (Idemitsu Museum of Arts sponsorship)


From Saturday, October 27, 2012 to Sunday, December 16
From 10:00 to 17:00 (as for the admission until 16:30)
Every Friday until 19:00 (as for the admission until 18:30)

Closed days

Every Monday

Place Idemitsu Museum of Arts
(the ninth floor of the elevator) for exclusive use of the ninth floor of 3-1-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku emperor drama building (Idemitsu)
Access JR "Yurakucho Station" International Forum Exit, a 5-minute walk,
Subway "Yurakucho Station," it is "Hibiya Station" Exit B3, a 3-minute walk
Admission charges General 1,000 yen / amount of, very much true 700 yen (discounted by for each 200 yen more than 20 groups)
Free of charge (but companion of protector is necessary) lower than junior high student
Reference Hello dial 03-5777-8600 (exhibition guidance)
Sponsorship Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Sankei newspaper publisher

Exhibition summary


Figure of 12 months flowers and birds pasting screen (hidarisekibufun)

As for Hoitsu Sakai, elegant *hageijutsu succeeded to by koetsu, sects of Kyoto, ko* and others is known to the ground of Edo as father of "koko*ha" which we revived. Exhibition in this hotel which memorialized reveal one birth 250 years became end by the Great East Japan Earthquake on the way last year. Book exhibition is opportunity to have many people who expected appreciate *hageijutsu some other time. We introduce the smart beauty of koko*ha led by Hoitsu Sakai (1761-1828) and best disciple, Kiitsu Suzuki (1796-1858) while giving new topic to display constitution, theme.


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