50th Anniversary Exhibition: Karatsu Ware - Treasured Ceramics of the Momoyama Period
Ends in 2 days
Ko-Garatsu ware is considered a treasure of Momoyama period, made traditionally in Kyushu from undecorated clay. Over his lifetime the first director of Idemitsu Museum of Art, Sazo Idemitsu, built the largest collection of Ko-Garatsu ware in Japan, comprised of over 300 items. Originally favored by tea ceremonies of the Momoyama period, Ko-Garatsu ware with its variety of styles continues to impress audiences even today, winning over top critics such as Hideo Kobayashi. This extensive exhibition will showcase 180 items, including many representative works from the Idemitsu collection.
from 2月 11, 2017 to 3月 26, 2017
Adults ¥1000, University and High School Students ¥700, Elementary and Junior High School Students free with parents.
From 10:00 To 17:00
fridays closing at 19:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on a Public Holiday Monday.