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Container (Idemitsu Museum of Arts, other sponsorship) of industrial arts - culture of Mt. jinsei, Inui and Kyoto

Date From Saturday, October 25, 2014 to Sunday, December 21
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 it is opened on November 3, 24th
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
Reference Hello dial (exhibition guidance)
TEL: 03-5777-8600

Event contents

Container of industrial arts - culture of Mt. jinsei, Inui and Kyoto

Kyoto ceramic ware (we bake today) is flower opened ceramic ware by Ninsei Nonomura (unknown the irregularity person result straight year of a person's death), master craftsmen such as Kenzan Ogata (ogatakenzan 1663-1743) in Kyoto of the Edo era. Kyoto ceramic ware established genteelness of image - dynasty noble of "Kyoto" that we held today, tradition of 31-syllable Japanese poem, gorgeous color and brightness - of gold and silver in domain of ceramic ware while competing with Hizen porcelain (hizenjiki) which came into existence in Kyushu for ascendancy in market.
Kyoto was culture and traditional center than the Heian era, but when the Edo era begins, the center of political economy moves to Edo of Kanto distantly and invites the cause of daimyo culture by Tokugawa shogunate government, new situation. Omuro firing (omuroyaki) that Ninsei Nonomura led builds up color of lacquer work (we can wind up) and picture of a folding screen and picture earthenware full of "Kyoto" using design qualities of in order to catch heart of customer of large prestigious family such as the Marugame feudal clan (we steal circle and make out) Kyogokus (kyogokuke) and Kaga feudal clan (we make out) previous country house. On the other hand, white glaze (vomit say) and rust picture (it can be rusted) of jinsei which caught support of court nobles project the genealogy of ceramic ware culture of Kyoto directly having been continued since the Heian era.
In addition, Kenzan Ogata adopted literary arts such as 31-syllable Japanese poem and Chinese poetry, ability in ceramic ware positively while asking collaboration with illustrator, Kourin Ogata (phosphorus to ask for) of older brother in the life. Play "assigning" literary arts similar to karuta play to founds flower there. Such game characteristics are nothing but tradition of Kyoto that has been cultivated in lacquer work for a long time.
We gather master craftsman, celebrated beauties of Kyoto ceramic ware such as old spring water (kokiyomizu) and Dohachi Ninnami (bee that how about net which is not similar) in Mt. jinsei, Inui by book exhibition and investigate characteristic of ceramic ware brought about in city called "Kyoto". Please thoroughly enjoy the beauty of the slightly good old sum with bloom to the full in the world of Kyoto ceramic ware.




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