Lacquerwares that Travelled Across the Sea

National Museum of Japanese History

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[Image: Maki-e medicine chest (late 17th century)

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From the late 16th century, a great quantity of lacquerware was exported as a special Japanese product. Lacquerware produced for Western orders included housewares decorated with “maki-e” and “raden” techniques. Focusing on how such lacquerware was exported, this exhibition looks at how these works and traditional decorations became facets of cultural exchange.

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from December 15, 2020 to February 07, 2021
Exhibition Hours 9:30-16:30. Closed from December 27 to January 4.

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