Fascinating Shapes in Ko-Imari II – Highlights
Ends in 13 days
Closed Today (Monday)
*Toguri Museum of Art is temporarily closed from January 20.
Round and square. Shaped like flowers, leaves, gourds, birds, rabbits, hats and fans. Long, thin necks. Broadly rounded bodies. There are all forms seen in Imari ware, Japan’s first domestic porcelain, which arose at the beginning of the 17th century in Arita, in what is now Saga Prefecture. Imari ware made during the Edo period is generally referred to as Ko-Imari. Presented in two parts, this exhibition of seventy highlights from an earlier exhibition explores the great variety of shapes seen in Ko-Imari, approaching the subject from different angles including function, decorative design, and the various techniques mused to build a form.
from January 07, 2021 to March 21, 2021
Exhibition Hours 10:00-16:00 (Closed 12:00-13:30). Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Open on 1/11 and 2/23.
Adults ¥1200, University and High School Students ¥700, Junior High and Elementary School Students ¥400
From 10:00 To 17:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays and in between exhibitions.
Address: 1-11-3 Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0046
Phone: 03-3465-0070 Fax: 03-3467-9813
6 minute walk from the North exit of Shinsen Station on the Keio Inokashira line, 10 minute walk from the Hachiko exit of JR Shibuya Station.