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Tea Sue (Idemitsu Museum of Arts sponsorship) of <blue> that X old dyed pattern and auspicious sign - Japanese who got close to ceramic ware loved


From Saturday, May 25, 2013 to Sunday, June 30
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 (but, in the case of holiday and holiday making up for the overlap of holidays on Sunday, Monday is opened)
Place Idemitsu Museum of Arts
(the ninth floor of the elevator for exclusive use of the ninth floor of Marunouchi 3-1-1 emperor drama building Idemitsu)
Access ・JR "Yurakucho Station" International Forum Exit, a 5-minute walk
・Yurakucho Line "Yurakucho Station," it is Toei Mita Line "Hibiya Station" Exit B3, a 3-minute walk
・Hibiya Line, Chiyoda Line "Hibiya Station"
Exit B3, a 3-minute walk via Yurakucho Line area basement connecting walkway
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
※Person having disability certificate is discounted by 200 yen, and one sono caregiver is free
Sponsorship Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Asahi Shimbun
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TEL: 03-5777-8600 (exhibition guidance)


Exhibition summary

We feature Chinese ceramics which reflected Japanese preference

Old dyed pattern (the heavenly revelation year), ceramic ware of group mainly involving blue-and-white china called auspicious sign (the Takashi Tadashi year) baked by citizen of Jingde Town kiln in last years of middle Kuniaki Era is name in Japan for ceramic ware for the world of the Japanese rustic tea ceremony. Auspicious sign indicating Old dyed pattern that is sloppy container which is popular by freedom and handsome, high art. Please enjoy subtleties and fun of ceramic ware which you had realized in Japanese heart that cannot but think that we measure up to Japanese preference or we were made by order from Japan while being Chinese porcelain.



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