poster for Cherishing Nature

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Japanese culture loves changes and beauty in nature, and nature features prominently in its lifestyles and living enviroments. Japanese craft artists use natural materials to create beautiful forms as seen in the combinations of ceramics and overglaze enamels, yarns and dyeing and weaving techniques, lacquer and gold and silver maki-e. This exhibition presents masterpieces of modern Japanese crafts including Moriguchi Kako’s yuzen kimono, Akatsuka Jitoku’s maki-e inkstone box, and Kitahara Senroku’s curving metal box.

[Related Event]
1. Artist Talk
Date and Time: Dec. 17 (Sun), 2017, 14:00-15:00
Free Program (But Museum admission required.)
*Offered in Japanese only

2. Gallery Talk
Date and Time: Jan. 7 (Sun), 2018, 14:00-15:00
Free Program (But Museum admission required.)
*Offered in Japanese only

3. Touch & Talk: Guided by Volunteer Staff Members
Schedule and Time: 14:00-15:00 on Wednesdays(except January 3, 2018) and Saturdays during exhibition periods.
Free Program (But Museum admission required.)
*Offered in Japanese only. *English guide is available upon request.

*Please see the official website for booking and further details.

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from December 01, 2017 to February 18, 2018
Closed on Mondays, except for Dec. 4, Jan. 8 and Feb. 12. Closed for winter holidays from Dec. 28 (Thu) to Jan. 1 (Mon). Closed Jan. 9 (Tue) and Feb. 13 (Tue).

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