Herend: Porcelain from Hungary

Shiodome Museum | Rouault Gallery

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The town of Herend in western Hungary became a legendary site of porcelain production in the 19th century as it flourished under the patronage of the Habsburg Dynasty with works treasured by European heads of state. Herend: Porcelain from Hungary presents some 250 works of Herend porcelain, from early pieces to items in Baroque and Rococo styles and Eastern-inspired works based on study of Asian ceramics. Experience 190 years of history in the timeless grandeur of Herend, a name that stands for the highest quality.
*Some of the items on display will be replaced midway through the exhibition period. The initial display will be from January 13 to February 13; the second display will be on show from February 15 to March 21.

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Schedule

from January 13, 2018 to March 21, 2018

Fee

Adults: ¥1000, Seniors 65 & Over: ¥900, University Students: ¥700, High School and Junior High School Students: ¥500, Elementary School Students & Under, Persons with a Disability Certificate + 1 Companion: Free.

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 18:00
Closed on Wednesdays
Note:On a National Holiday Monday, the museum is open.

Access

Address: Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Bldg. 4F, 1-5-1 Higashi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8301
Phone: 03-5777-8600

5 minutes walk from Shimbashi Station, 1 minute walk from Shiodome Station on the Oedo Line.

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