Heiseikan January 17, 2017 (Tue) -March 12, 2017 (Sun)This exhibition presents masterpieces of decorative art in the collection of Kasuga Taisha. On exhibit include a number of fine objects such as prized swords, arms, and armor from Japan’s medieval period, as well as paintings and sculptures associated with people’s faith in Kasugataisha Shrine.
Heiseikan April 11, 2017 (Tue) -June 4, 2017 (Sun)This major exhibition will focus on how the arts of the tea ceremony evolved from the Muromachi period to modernity. We hope that visitors, by witnessing masterpieces of the tea ceremony from various historical periods, and attuning themselves to the sensibilities of the people who used them, will be able to experience the “Essence of Japan.”
Dong Qichang and Artworks of the Late Ming and Early Qing DYNASTY: Taste for Connected Cursive Styles
Toyokan Room 8 January 2, 2017 (Mon) -February 26, 2017 (Sun)On this 380th memorial year of Dong Qichang, this 14th collaborative project with the Taito City Calligraphy Museum features Dong Qichang who significantly influenced his following generations, together with works by artists who were active before and after him.
Details of the schedule during other exhibitions and years can be confirmed here.