Important Cultural Property - Tohaku Hasegawa’s Screens: Nanzen-ji Tenjuan and Fujitaka Hosokawa

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[Image: Tohaku Hasegawa "Image of Zen Masters (section)" (1602) Tenjuan]

Ends in 5 days

Established in 1340, Tenjuan Temple is one of the sub-temples situated inside the grounds of Nanzen-ji Temple and is connected to the Hosokawa family. This exhibition will present 32 screens produced by Tohaku Hasegawa that usually decorate the length of Tenjuan. Hasegawa is an artist representative of the Momoyama period who produced many works for Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Sen no Rikyu, in addition to the Hosokawa family. This exhibition, which will be re-hung midway through the exhibition period, will present works by Hasegawa from Honpo-ji Temple and Koto-in Temple that have been deemed as Important Cultural Property, as well as the 32 screens from Tenjuan Temple.

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Schedule

from September 30, 2017 to November 26, 2017
Open on Oct. 9 (Mon) but closed Oct. 10 (Tue) and Oct. 30 (for re-hang).

Artist(s)

Tohaku Hasegawa

Fee

Adults: ¥1000, Seniors Over 70: ¥800, University and High School Students: ¥400, Junior High School Students and Under: Free

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 16:30
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed on the New Year holidays and in between exhibitions.

Access

Address: 1-1-1 Mejirodai, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0015
Phone: 03-3941-0850

7 minute walk from Waseda Station on the Toden Arakawa line, 11 minute walk from exit 6 at Gokokuji Station on the Yurakucho line, 12 minute walk from 3a exit at Waseda Station on the Tozai line.

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