Mori Ogai Memorial Museum - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Mori Ogai Memorial Museum. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for The three Mori siblings - Ogai and his two brothers

    The three Mori siblings - Ogai and his two brothers

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2017-07-07 - 2017-10-01

    Ogai Mori had two younger brothers, one named Jiro Toku who was five years his junior, and one named Saburo Jun who was 15 years younger. Though in recently years their stories often go untold, the men...More »

  • poster for The Flowers of Ogai Mori’s Garden, and Tomitaro Makino’s Illustrated Flora

    The Flowers of Ogai Mori’s Garden, and Tomitaro Makino’s Illustrated Flora

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    • Media: Painting - Drawing - Talks
    • 2017-04-08 - 2017-07-02

    The original manuscript for Ogai Mori’s work entitled “Hanagoyomi (Flower Calendar)” is held at the Mori Ogai Memorial Museum. In this text, Mori notes the flowering of various plants from February through...More »

  • poster for Even in Death, May You Be: The Death and Complete Works of Ogai Mori

    Even in Death, May You Be: The Death and Complete Works of Ogai Mori

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    • Media: Drawing - Sculpture - Talks
    • 2017-02-02 - 2017-04-02

    Aware of his illness but refusing treatment so that he could continue to work, Ogai Mori wrote and researched right up until the moment of his death at 7 a.m. on July 9th, 1922. What was in this writer’s...More »

  • Tsurudo Kako + Ogai Mori Exhibition

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    • Media: Crafts - Talks
    • 2016-12-09 - 2017-01-29

    You don’t hear the name Tsurudo Kako often these days, but Kako was a key figure in the development of Otolaryngology (treatment relating to the ears, nose and throat) in Japan, and Ogai Mori was his lifelong...More »

  • poster for Ten Years of the Improvisatoren

    Ten Years of the Improvisatoren

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    • Media: Illustration - Crafts - Video and Film - Talks
    • 2016-10-01 - 2016-12-04

    Over the course of more than 9 years Ogai Mori strived to translate Hans Christian Anderson’s “Improvisatoren”, and through this period of time he experienced many struggles on a personal and national...More »

  • poster for The Dancing Girl - A Well-Loved Modern Novel

    The Dancing Girl - A Well-Loved Modern Novel

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    • Media: Nihonga - Photography - Talks
    • 2016-07-01 - 2016-09-25

    125 years on since its first release, this exhibition celebrated Ougai Mori’s acclaimed modern novel “The Dancing Girl”. The first part of this show focuses upon “The Confessions of Youth”, and the birth...More »

  • poster for I am Me - The Mori Women

    I am Me - The Mori Women

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    • Media: Drawing - Fashion - Crafts - Ceramics
    • 2016-04-09 - 2016-06-26

    With 80 years since the death of Ogai Mori’s wife Shige, and 60 years since the death of his sister Kimiko Koganei, who was a translator and writer along with Mori’s two daughters Mari and Anne Kobari,...More »

  • poster for 1915–1916: Ogai Mori a Century Ago

    1915–1916: Ogai Mori a Century Ago

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    • Media: Graphics
    • 2016-02-11 - 2016-04-03

    The years 1915–1916 were pivotal in the life and career of Ogai Mori, a time during which the author retired from the army, observed the death of his mother, and changed his approach to writing historical...More »

  • poster for Ogai of Nara and Kyoto

    Ogai of Nara and Kyoto

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    • 2015-12-11 - 2016-02-07

    This exhibition describes both the literary life and everyday living of the writer Ogai Mori, with samples of his diaries and the postcards he would send to his children while living in Nara and Kyoto...More »

  • poster for Contemporary Art at the Mori Ogai Memorial Museum! Vol. 3

    Contemporary Art at the Mori Ogai Memorial Museum! Vol. 3

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    • 2015-10-03 - 2015-12-06

    Displaying works of contemporary art in the entrance, cafe, and library (spaces open free to the public) of the Mori Ogai Memorial Museum as a way reappraising the author’s work. The third show in the...More »

  • poster for Doctor Rintaro – Mori Ogai the Physician

    Doctor Rintaro – Mori Ogai the Physician

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    • 2015-10-03 - 2015-12-06

    This exhibition takes a look at the accomplishments of literary beacon Mori Ogai (Ogai Rintaro) as a physician, specifically his work in eliminating the nutritional deficiency disease Beriberi. More »

  • poster for Mokutaro Kinoshita— Following in Ogai’s Footsteps

    Mokutaro Kinoshita— Following in Ogai’s Footsteps

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    • 2015-07-17 - 2015-09-27

    Mokutaro Kinoshita (1885–1945), a cultural figure with ties to Tokyo’s Bunkyo Ward, taught as a professor of medicine while also contributing to literature, criticism, and art. He is known for his deep...More »

  • poster for Yanesen Shortcuts— A Literary Stroll

    Yanesen Shortcuts— A Literary Stroll

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    • Media: Talks
    • 2015-04-24 - 2015-07-12

    The Yanesen district comprised of the Yanaka, Nezu, and Sendagi neighborhoods in Tokyo’s Bunkyo and Taito wards is beloved for its “shitamachi” (old neighborhood) atmosphere. It is also home to several...More »

  • poster for New Collection Additions

    New Collection Additions

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    • Media: Painting - Drawing - Photography
    • 2015-01-29 - 2015-04-19

    Along with the works of the literary master Ogai Mori, Part 1 of this exhibition presents restored and new items in the museum’s collection. A rich variety of materials including letters, paintings, and...More »

  • poster for The Seals of Ogai

    The Seals of Ogai

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    • Media: Product - Crafts
    • 2014-11-29 - 2014-12-25

    Throughout his life Ogai Mori collected numerous seals from which 16 have been especially selected for exhibition here along with the texts they were used to stamp, trailing the stories behind each impression....More »

  • poster for Setting Trends: Mitsukoshi and Ogai

    Setting Trends: Mitsukoshi and Ogai

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    • Media: Graphics - Photography
    • 2014-09-13 - 2014-11-24

    Novelist and physician Ogai Mori played a role in the department store Mitsukoshi’s advertising culture in the Meiji and early Taisho periods through work with a PR magazine and other endeavors. This exhibition...More »

  • poster for Ogai in the Classroom - How to Come Closer to Ogai

    Ogai in the Classroom - How to Come Closer to Ogai

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    • 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-07

    Many people first came across the author Ogai Mori in the text books of their Japanese literature classes. In fact over 30 of his works have been featured in national education texts approx. 150 times....More »

  • poster for Early Theater - The Trials of Ogai

    Early Theater - The Trials of Ogai

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2014-04-26 - 2014-06-22

    Over the ages theater has seen vast transformations in Japan and Ogai Mori is a figure who has contributed significantly to this metamorphosis, his role here highlighted through 12 plays which he wrote...More »

  • poster for “Tales of the Brothers Grimm as Translated by Ogai and Son”

    “Tales of the Brothers Grimm as Translated by Ogai and Son”

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    • 2014-03-01 - 2014-04-20

    The Grimm’s Fairy Tales were published by the Grimm brothers in Germany in 1812, bringing together a collection of much loved tales which had continued to reach beyond borders and generations. Ogai Mori...More »

  • poster for “The Wild Geese - The Staging and Screening of the Great Work”

    “The Wild Geese - The Staging and Screening of the Great Work”

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    • Media: Graphics - Video and Film
    • 2014-01-30 - 2014-02-23

    Capturing the scenes of Ueno, Hongyo and Yushima, Mori Ogai’s novel “The Wild Geese” is a tale which has enchanted many and has been dramatized through film and theatre on numerous occasions throughout...More »

  • poster for “New Year’s Card to Ogai”

    “New Year’s Card to Ogai”

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    • 2013-11-29 - 2014-01-26

    Featuring New Year’s cards sent to Ogai between 1892-1922 from renowned figures such as Naobumi Ochiai, Sohou Tokutomi, Mokichi Saito, Hakushu Kitahara and Junichiro Tanizaki.More »

  • poster for The Creation of Illusion

    The Creation of Illusion

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    • Media: Photography - Sculpture
    • 2013-10-23 - 2013-11-24

    Directed by art critic Yasushi Kurabayashi, this exhibition considers the art and aesthetics of the Meiji-era author Mori Ogai, who played a prominent role in introducing European aesthetics to Japan....More »

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