Best of Museum Collection Part 2 “Extravagance and Simplicity of Momoyama Edo”

MOA Museum of Art

poster for Best of Museum Collection Part 2 “Extravagance and Simplicity of Momoyama Edo”
[Image: Toshusai Sharaku ca. 1794 – 95, Sumo Wrestler Daidozan in the Ring]

Ends in 14 days

This exhibition showcases an excellent mixture of exuberant and rustic beauty that characterizes the arts from the Momoyama and Edo periods from the museum collection. It includes genre paintings and ukiyo-e of the early modern period, notably the celebrated Women of a Public Bathhouse* and Katsukawa Shunshō’s Three Beauties Representing Snow, the Moon and Cherry Blossoms,* as well as refined chanoyu utensils, such as Ayame, a tea bowl inspired by Sen-no-Rikyū and created by Chojiro. (*Important Cultural Property)



from September 27, 2019 to October 28, 2019


Adults ¥1600, University & High School Students ¥800, 65 and above ¥1200, Junior High School Students and under Free.

Venue Hours

From 9:30 To 16:30
Closed on Thursdays
Note:Closed during changing exhibitions and on the new year holidays. On a public holiday Thursday, the museum is open.


Address: 26-2 Momoyama-cho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka 413-8511
Phone: 0557-84-2511 Fax: 0557-84-2570

From JR Atami Station, take the Izu Tokai bus (running between Atami and MOA Museum of Art), and get off at MOA Museum of Art.

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