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[Tokyo station gallery] Kazan Yokoyama

Date From Saturday, September 22, 2018 to Sunday, November 11
From 10:00 to 18:00 (on Friday until 20:00)
 ※Admission until 30 minutes before closing
Closed days Monday (opened on September 24, October 8, November 5), Tuesday, September 25, Tuesday, October 9
Place Tokyo station gallery (1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

It is in front of JR Tokyo Station Marunouchi north exit wicket

Viewing charges Free of charge lower than general 1,100 (900) Japanese yen, high school, university student 900 (700) Japanese yen / junior high student
※() Inner ha booking rate
※More than 20 groups are public 800 yen, high school, university student 600 yen
※Bringing such as disability certificates attracts 100 yen (as for one helper person, free)
Sponsorship Tokyo station gallery (East Japan railroad culture foundation), Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc.
Reference TEL: 03-3212-2485

Event contents

We know if we see
Approximately 30 meters in the upper second volume! One action released << illustration of Gion festival roll >>!

Kazan Yokoyama << illustration of Gion festival roll >> first book part Tenpo era 6-8 (1835-37) age individual storehouse

Though it was once famous, there is illustrator who has been forgotten. Kazan Yokoyama (yokoyamakazan 1781/4 - 1837) is popular illustrator who played an active part in Kyoto where is in the latter half of the Edo era. After devoting itself to higa*haku (sogashohaku), and having become a disciple of bank piece, Huashan that did shi* in Kure spring, and opened width of picture wore the law of painting of many schools and handled writing brush in motif of work at will in total. Book exhibition is the first retrospective show to introduce various painting of Huashan to systematically. We dig up the total picture of Huashan by approximately 100 points of display during session including work of higa*haku and pupils and assign light to the charm. Work which passed abroad including Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the British Museum returns.





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