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The original Main Gallery (designed by the British architect Josiah Conder) was severely damaged in the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923. In contrast to western style of the original structure, the design of the present Honkan by Watanabe Jin is the more eastern "Emperor's Crown Style." Construction began in 1932, and the building was opened in 1938.
24 exhibition rooms on two floors provide a thorough introduction into Japanese art: "Highlights of Japanese Art" on the second floor introduces the development of Japanese art from Jomon through to the Edo period in a chronological manner, and genre galleries presenting specific rooms displaying ceramics, swords, lacquerwares, sculptures, modern decorative arts as well as the material culture of Ainu and Ryukyu are located on the first floor.

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2nd floor Special Exhibition

  
Room T2 & T4  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - March 15, 2015 (Sun)

On March 11, 2011 the tsunami following the Great East Japan Earthquake dealt severe damage to cultural properties that had supported the culture of the Tohoku area in northeastern Japan. After this disaster, the Tokyo National Museum cooperated with institutions including the Rikuzentakata City Museum and the Iwate Prefectural Museum to restore these damaged cultural properties. This exhibition will share with visitors the results of four years of effort and inform them of this restoration project’s current status.

2nd floor "Highlights of Japanese Art"

  
The Dawn of Japanese Art: Jomon, Yayoi and Kofun periods
Room 1  December 9, 2014 (Tue) - May 10, 2015 (Sun)

The Jomon culture began around 12,000 years ago. Earthenware vessels of this age with various motifs and styles are the starting point of "Highlights of Japanese Art." In the Yayoi period (450 B.C.- A.D. 250), pottery with a simplistic yet refined beauty and dotaku bell-shaped bronzes were prominent. Typical objects from the Kofun period (A.D. 250-600), such as haji, sue wares and haniwa figurines, as well as mirrors, arms and armor, saddlery, and accessory, which expresses the essence of metal and glass craftsmanship, are also featured.

Current exhibit includes:
Deep Bowl with Flame-like Ornamentation, Attributed provenance: Umataka, Nagaoka-shi, Niigata, Jomon period, 3000 - 2000 BC
Dancing People, Haniwa (Terracotta Tomb Figurine), From Nohara Tumulus, Miyawaki, Nohara, Kumagaya-shi, Saitama, Kofun period, 6th century
Dogu (Clay figurine) with Goggle-shaped Eyes, From Kamegaoka, Kizukuri, Tsugaru-shi, Aomori, Jomon period, 1000 - 400 BC (Important Cultural Property)
Dotaku (Bell-shaped bronze), From Kashio Yubune, Iga-shi, Mie, Yayoi period, 1st - 3rd century
Glass Bowl, Attributed provenance: Tomb of the Emperor Ankan, Habikino-shi, Osaka, Kofun period, 6th century (Important Cultural Property, Gift of Club Kansai)
Mirror, Human figure design,  Passed down at Suda Hachiman Jinja, Hashimoto-shi, Wakayama, Kofun period, 5th - 6th century (National Treasure)
Gilt Bronze Horse Bit, Excavated from Kenzaki Otsuka, Takasaki-shi, Gunma, Kofun period, 6th century (Gift of Provisional Water Supply Department, Takasaki City)
Footed Stand with VesselsSue stoneware, From Hosojinzuka Tumulus, Miyagawa, Chino-shi, Nagano, Kofun period, 6th century (Important Art Object, Gift of Mr. Gomi Kenzo)

  
The Rise of Buddhism: Asuka - Nara period
Room 1  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

In the mid-6th century, Buddhism was officially introduced into Japan from the kingdom of Baekje on the southeastern coast of the Korean peninsula. Japanese culture made a remarkable progress with the adoption of Buddhism. This gallery features early Buddhist statues, sutras, reliquaries, and ritual implements from the Asuka and Nara periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Bodhisattava Seated with One Leg Pendant, Excavated from Mount Nachi, Nachikatsu'ura-cho, Higashimuro-gun, Wakayama, Asuka period, 7th century (Gift of Mr. Kitamata Tomeshiro and others)
Tomoku bosatsu kyo Sutra, Vol. 2, Known as "Kibi no yuri gan gyo", Nara period, dated 766 (Important Cultural Property, Gift of Mr. Sorimachi Eisaku)
Eight Nested Bowls, Horyuji Treasures, Nara period, 8th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
Room 2  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - February 15, 2015 (Sun)

This room is specially designed for the comfortable viewing of masterpieces in a tranquil setting. With each rotation, one exceptional work of painting or calligraphy designated as National Treasure will be presented. The selections come from the Museum's collection or works that are on loan to the Museum.
On Exhibit:
Hoke kyo (Lotus sutra), Vol. 6, On colored paper, Heian period, 12th century (National Treasure, Lent by Kongobuji, Wakayama)

  
Buddhist Art: Heian - Muromachi period
Room 3  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

Buddhist art is one of the major genres that define Japanese art. Many masterworks date from the late Heian period, a time characterized as classical in Japanese art history. After the Kamakura period, Buddhist art further developed in its materials, methods, and styles as Zen schools and other new Buddhist schools emerged, together with the influence from the Chinese arts. This exhibit features artworks from the Heian to Kamakura periods, when Buddhist art most flourished, adding siginificant objects from the Nanbokucho and Muromachi periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Nirvana, Muromachi period, 15th century
Mandala of Hie Sanno Honjibutsu (Shinto gods as Buddhist deities), Kamakura period, 14th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Reiunji, Tokyo)
Fukukenjaku Jinshu Shingyo (Heart sutra of the divine incantation of Amoghapasa), By Saionji Kinhira, Kamakura period, dated 1306 (Important Cultural Property)
Succession of Priests and Their Biographies, Heian period, 12th century (Important Cultural Property)
Pendent Plaque with Image of Sansho Gongen, Kamakura period, dated 1249 (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Gandenji, Nagano)

  
Courtly Art: Heian - Muromachi period
Room 3  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

The courtiers were strongly involved in the arts through the Heian and Muromachi periods, their aesthetic tastes playing a great role in Japanese art history. Literature works such as waka poems and other calligraphy written by courtiers, and e-maki narrative picture scrolls are displayed in this room with decorative art objects.

Current exhibit includes:
Illustrated Scroll of the Warrior Watanabe no Tsuna, Muromachi period, 16th century
Detached Segment of Wakan roei shu Poetry Anthology, Known as "Boshingire", By Fujiwara no Koreyuki, Heian period, 12th century (Private collection)

  
Zen and Ink Painting: Kamakura - Muromachi period
Room 3  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

This gallery features works by famous artists of the landscape-painting genre, along with famous works of bokuseki (calligraphy by Zen priests).

Current exhibit includes:
Landscape, Muromachi period, 16th century
Verse of Praise Written on the Anniversary of Nan'in Kokushi's Death, By Seisetsu Shocho, Nanbokucho period, dated 1337

  
The Art of Tea Ceremony
Room 4  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - April 19, 2015 (Sun)

This gallery highlights the way of tea through its various art works such as paintings and calligraphy, vases, vessels for kaiseki meals, kettles, tea caddies, and tea bowls.

Current exhibit includes:
Tea Bowl, Known as "Hashihime" (bridge maiden), Mino ware, Shino type, Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period, 16th - 17th century (Gift of Mr. Matsunaga Yasuzaemon)
Tea Caddy, Known as "Odaimyo", Mino ware, Edo period, 17th century (Gift of Mrs. Shiobara Chiyo)
Poems, By Emperor Goyozei, Azuchi-Momoyama period, 17th century (Important Art Object, Gift of Mrs. Ota Matsuko)
Tea Bowl in Shape of Shoe, Known as "Kakutaro", Mino ware, Kuro-oribe type, Edo period, 17th century (Gift of Mr. Matsunaga Yasuzaemon)

  
Attire of the Military Elite: Heian - Edo period
Room 5 & 6  November 26, 2014 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

Beginning with the sword which is the most important possession of a samurai, this gallery focuses on arms and armor, saddlery, attire of the warriors as well as their portraits and hand-writings.

Current exhibit includes:
Gusoku Type Armor , European-style cuirass with dark blue lacing, Azuchi-Momoyama period, 16th century (Important Cultural Property)
Katana Sword, Attributed to Motoshige, Nanbokucho period, 14th century (Important Cultural Property)
Uchigatana Style Sword Mounting (For katana sword attributed to Motoshige), With red-lacquered scabbard, Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period, 16th - 17th century (Important Cultural Property)
Ichinotani Style Helmet Iris leaf design, Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period, 16th - 17th century
Dobuku (Jacket), Vine design on light blue nerinuki plain-weave silk ground with three-leaved hollyhock crests, Azuchi-Momoyama period, 16th - 17th century
Jinbaori (Coat worn over armor), Swallowtail design with black feathers, Said to have been given to the Mizoguchi clan by Oda Nobunaga, Azuchi-Momoyama period, 16th century (Gift of Mr. Tsuruta Yasuo)

  
Folding Screens and Sliding Door Paintings: Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period
Room 7  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - March 8, 2015 (Sun)

This gallery is dedicated to the genre of shohei-ga, which includes mural paintings, fusuma paintings and byobu paintings. The room is especially designed for an effective display of grand-scale paintings.

Current exhibit includes:
Literary Gathering at the Orchid Pavilion, By Yosa Buson, Edo period, dated 1766

  
The Arts of Daily Life: Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period
Room 8  November 26, 2014 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

The maturing of Japanese culture supported by the military and commoner classes continued throughout the Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo periods. This gallery introduces the craft of interior furnishings and daily utensils that adorned the life of the people during these periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Tray, Pine, bamboo, and plum tree design in carved red lacquer, By Tsuishu Yozei, Edo period, 18th century
Uchikake (Outer garment), Flowing water, chrysanthemum, hollyhock, and plum tree design on red figured satin ground, Said to have been used by Tanehime, wife of 10th head of Kishu-Tokugawa clan, Edo period, 18th century
Junihitoe (Formal garment of high-ranking court lady), For naishi no suke rank, Edo period, 19th century
Tea Kettle, Plum tree and bamboo design, Ashiya ware, Muromachi period, 15th - 16th century (Important Art Object, Lent by The Satoh Artcraft Research & Scholarship Foundation)

  
Developments in Painting and Calligraphy: Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period
Room 8  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - March 8, 2015 (Sun)

This gallery introduces the dynamic and multi-faceted world of paintings and calligraphy from the Azuchi-Momoyama to the Edo period.

Current exhibit includes:
Outing in Mountains and Fields, By Yosa Buson, Edo period, 18th century (Important Cultural Property)
Old Temple in Pine Grove, By Tanomura Chikuden, Edo period, ca. 1832 (Important Cultural Property)
Calligraphy in One Line, By Ike no Taiga, Edo period, 18th century (Gift of Ms. Kuze Tamie)

  
Noh and Kabuki: Masks and Costumes for the Noh Play Funa Benkei
Room 9  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - March 15, 2015 (Sun)

We invite visitors to compare the facial expressions of the masks and the garments’ designs, which vary from role to role.

Current exhibit includes:
Noh Mask, Ko'omote (young girl), Formerly owened by Konparu troupe, Nara, Muromachi period, 15th - 16th century (Important Cultural Property)
Karaori Garment (Noh costume), Stylized wave and shellfish design on red, brown, and white checkered ground, Edo period, 18th century

  
Ukiyo-e and Fashion in the Edo Period: Ukiyo-e
Room 10  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - February 15, 2015 (Sun)

In the early Edo period (1603–1868), ukiyo-e, which depicted common people, were only in the form of paintings. Later on, a method of woodblock printing was devised and mass production of ukiyo-e became possible. Eventually, a method of producing multicolored nishiki-e prints was established, following the further development of carving and printing techniques.
This exhibition showcases ukiyo-e with winter-themed subjects such as plum trees and snow. The works are mainly nishiki-e prints, which are regarded as synonymous with ukiyo-e, depicting flowers and birds as well as landscapes that are full of seasonal references appropriate for February.

Current exhibit includes:
Beauty under Plum Tree, By Furuyama Moromasa, Edo period, 18th century
Actor Ichikawa Yaozo and Segawa Kikunojo as a Young Couple under an Umbrella in Snow, By Ippitsusai Buncho, Edo period, 18th century (Important Art Object)
Famous Places of the Eastern Capital: Tenmangu Shrine at Kameido in Snow, By Utagawa Hiroshige, Edo period, 19th century (Gift of Mr. Takahashi Yasushi)

  
Ukiyo-e and Fashion in the Edo Period: Fashion
Room 10  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - March 15, 2015 (Sun)

Introduces the fashion of the Edo period townspeople. Enjoy comparing with the ukiyo-e works exhibited in the same room.

Current exhibit includes:
Uchikake (Outer garment), Landscape design on yellowish green chirimen crepe ground, Edo period, 19th century
Uchikake (Outer garment), Pine, bamboo, plum, crane, and tortoise design on white figured satin ground, Edo period, 19th century
Inro (Medicine case), Peach blossom and pigeon design in maki-e lacquer, Edo period, 19th century (On exhibit from February 10, 2015)

2nd floor

  
Netsuke: The Prince Takamado Collection
Netsuke: The Prince Takamado Collection  November 26, 2014 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

Including:
Cut Piece: Apple, Akira Kuroiwa, 1997
Hagoromo, By Isshu Kishi, 1988
Grooming, By Kiho Takagi, 1995
Owl, By Onosato Zanmai, 2002
Hatching Gecko, By Susan Wraight, 1997

1st floor Special Exhibition

  
Room T5  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - April 5, 2015 (Sun)

The northeastern area of Japan, called the Michinoku region, is home to many attractive Buddhist statues. Their faces are filled with a powerful yet gentle human kindness, rather than expressions of enlightened, transcendent beings. This exhibition features representative examples of Buddhist sculpture from Northern Japan.

1st floor

  
Buddhist Art: Heian - Muromachi period
Room 11  November 26, 2014 (Wed) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

Buddhist art is one of the major genres that define Japanese art. Many masterworks date from the late Heian period, a time characterized as classical in Japanese art history. After the Kamakura period, Buddhist art further developed in its materials, methods, and styles as Zen schools and other new Buddhist schools emerged, together with the influence from the Chinese arts. This exhibit features artworks from the Heian to Kamakura periods, when Buddhist art most flourished, adding siginificant objects from the Nanbokucho and Muromachi periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Standing Kichijo Ten (Mahasri), Heian period, 11th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Taimadera, Nara)
Seated Amida Nyorai (Amitabha), Heian period, 12th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Horyuji, Nara)
Standing Bishamon Ten (Vaisravana), Heian period, 9th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Dojoji, Wakayama)
Standing Komoku Ten (Virupaksa), Heian period, 9th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Shojoji, Fukushima)
Standing Juni Shinsho (Twelve Heavenly Generals), Kamakura period, 12th - 13th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Sogenji, Kanagawa)

  
Lacquerware
Room 12  November 18, 2014 (Tue) - February 8, 2015 (Sun)

Features maki-e works from Heian to Edo period. The exhibit shows the history and beauty of maki-e, a unique lacquerwork method that developed in Japan.

Current exhibition includes:
Writing Box, Scene portraying a poem known as "Otokoyama" in maki-e lacquer, Muromachi period, 15th century (Important Cultural Property)
Writing Box, Bugaku dance design in maki-e lacquer, Attributed to Hon'ami Koetsu, Edo period, 17th century (Important Cultural Property)
Sake Flask, Paulownia, bamboo and phoenix design in maki-e lacquer, Heian period, 12th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Tamukeyama Hachimangu, Nara)
Tebako (Cosmetic box), Suminoe seascape design in maki-e lacquer, Kamakura period, dated 1228 (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Rin-noji, Tochigi)
Raiban (Abbot's seat), Gentian flower roundel design in maki-e lacquer, Kamakura period, 13th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
Metalwork:
Room 13  November 11, 2014 (Tue) - February 8, 2015 (Sun)

In the Edo period (1603-1868), the culture of common townspeople, in addition to that of high-ranking samurai, flourished during a time of relative peace and economic development. The field of metalworking saw various objects created under these circumstances. They are characterized by finely detailed craftsmanship and delicate artistic expression in gold, silver, bronze, brass, iron, as well as a variety of other metals and alloys, some of which had never been used before. We invite visitors to experience the richness and diversity of metalwork from the Edo period through this exhibition, which includes Buddhist ritual objects, furnishings, stationary, and ornaments.

 

Current exhibit includes:
Hanging Incense Burner in Shape of Flower Basket , Edo period, 18th century
Articulated Figure, Dragon, By Myochin Muneaki, Edo period, dated 1713
Sliding Door Handles in Shape of Books, Chrysanthemum, water, and poem card design in cloisonné, Edo period, 18th century

  
Japanese Swords
Room 13  November 18, 2014 (Tue) - February 15, 2015 (Sun)

Exhibits selected swords and sword-fittings from the Heian to Edo periods, including the Tachi Sword by Yoshifusa.

Current exhibit includes:
Tachi Sword, Known as "Okanehira", By Kanehira, Heian period, 12th century (National Treasure)
Tachi Sword, Known as "Daihannya-nagamitsu", By Nagamitsu, Kamakura period, 13th century (National Treasure)
Sword Guard, Rising sun and plovers design, By Yasuchika, Edo period, 18th century (Important Cultural Property, Private collection)

  
Ceramics
Room 13  November 18, 2014 (Tue) - February 15, 2015 (Sun)

From Japan's first glazed ceramics of the Nara period to the various wares of the late Edo period, the exhibits will introduce the history of Japanese ceramics through masterworks according to time period and production sites.

Current exhibit includes:
Bowl, Wagtail design, Mino ware, Nezumi Shino type, Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period, 16th - 17th century (Important Cultural Property)
Dishes in Shape of Poem Cards, Waka poem design in iron pigment, Kenzan ware, Edo period, dated 1743
Large Dish, Snowscape design in underglaze blue, Nabeshima ware, Edo period, 18th century

  
Room 14  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - April 5, 2015 (Sun)

The Sen’en Collection of 442 metal water droppers - donated in its entirety to the museum in 2013 - was accumulated by Watanabe Toyotaro (Sen’en) and his son, Masayuki. Pieces from the Edo period feature designs of various genres and include many rare examples of cloisonné.

Current exhibit includes:
Water Dropper, Long-eared hare design, Edo period, 18th - 19th century (Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotaro and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki)
Water Dropper in Shape of Octagonal Teapot, Yatsuhashi Bridge design, Edo period, 17th - 18th century (Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotaro and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki)
Water Dropper, Deer with peach design, Edo period, 18th - 19th century (Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotaro and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki)
Water Dropper, Blue magpie design, Edo period, 18th - 19th century (Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotaro and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki)
Water Dropper, Design of Jurojin (One of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune) with deer, Edo period, 18th - 19th century (Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotaro and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki)
Water Dropper in Shape of Double Round Teapot, Flower design in cloisonné, Edo period, 18th century (Gift of Mr. Watanabe Toyotaro and Mr. Watanabe Masayuki)

  
Records of History
Room 15  January 2, 2015 (Fri) - February 22, 2015 (Sun)

Tokyo National Museum includes a large collection of historical objects and documents. This collection began with objects previously owned by the Edo shogunate government. From the museum's establishment in 1872 (Meiji 5) onward, the collection grew through the holding of exhibitions as well as surveys of cultural properties. This exhibition room mainly displays a wide range of historical materials. These include illustrated catalogues created for natural history research-a field of study that flourished in the Edo period (1603-1868)-old maps produced in the Edo period and Meiji era (1868-1912), as well as illustrations and documents on diverse subjects such as the practices of the imperial court and warrior families, annual events, customs, Japanese literature, and medicine. In addition, there is a vast collection of old photographs from the end of the Edo period and Meiji era onward. Some of these photographs are introduced in this exhibition room to show aspects of former times, such as exhibitions, sceneries, people and cultural properties.

Current exhibit includes:
Survey Map of Mountains and Rivers in the Ezo Region, By Matsu'ura Takeshiro, Edo period, dated 1860
Illustrated Map of the Ise Road, Matsuzaka: Obata, Yamada: Gegu, Uji: Naiku Futami Isobe, Edo period, dated 1806 (Important Cultural Property)
Takonoki, Ogasawara Islands, By Matsuzaki Shinji, Dated 1875

  
Ainu and Ryukyu: Decorative Designs of the Ainu People
Room 16  January 2, 2015 (Fri) - March 15, 2015 (Sun)

This exhibition features items used by the Ainu people - including ritual implements such as inau, ikupasui and coats - together with clothes and tools used in everyday life, giving us an insight into the ways in which the Northern people prayed to their gods.

Current exhibit includes:
Apron, Hokkaido Ainu, 19th century (Gift of Ms. Hirako Hatsu)
Haori coat, hemp with black chicken feather, 19th century
Coat, Sakhalin Ainu, 19th century (Gift of Mr. Tokugawa Yorisada)
Makiri knife and Mounting, Hokkaido Ainu, 19th century (Gift of Mr. Tokugawa Yorisada)
Tray, Hokkaido Ainu, 19th century (Gift of Mr. Tokugawa Yorisada)
Chi-ukauka-bu (What we sewed) Coat, Formerly owned by Hokkaido Ainu (Abuta) head, Edo period-Meiji era, 19th century (Gift of Mr. Tokugawa Yorisada)

  
Conservation and Restoration
Room 17  April 15, 2014 (Tue) - March 29, 2015 (Sun)

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The preservation and conservation of cultural properties are essential aspects of our Museum's mission. From this point of view, this room features object research and examination, environmental maintenance of storage and exhibition rooms, and conservation procedures applied in accordance to materials and conditions of the objects.

  
Modern Art
Room 18  January 2, 2015 (Fri) - February 8, 2015 (Sun)

This gallery features paintings and sculptures from the Meiji to Taisho period. Since it first opened in 1872 as the exposition venue of the Ministry of Education, Tokyo National Museum has collected important artworks that signify the development of modern Japanese art. The exhibit consists of selected works from the collection.

Current exhibit includes:
Listening to Music, By Shimazaki Ryu-u, 1907 (Gift of the artist)
Draft of Stele Inscription for Monument Honoring Katsuyama Kisaku, By Nishikawa Shundo, 1908 (Gift of Mrs.Nishikawa Fujino)
Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido Highway Illustrated handscroll, volume 3, By Yokoyama Taikan, Shimomura Kanzan, Imamura Shiko and Kosugi Misei, 1915 Nude, By Umehara Ryuzaburo, 1931 (Gift of the artist)
Princess Shakuntala and King Dushanta, By Sato Chozan, 1916
Flower Vase, Bamboo design in overglaze enamel, By Ito Tozan I, Meiji - Taisho era, 20th century (Gift of Mr. Ito Tozan II)
Writing box, Plum tree design in maki-e lacquer, By Shirayama Shosai, Meiji - Taisho era, 19th - 20th century
Vase, Auspicious animal design, By Katori Hotsuma, Showa era, 20th century (Gift of the artist)

  
Education Center: Education Space
Room 19  April 15, 2014 (Tue) - March 29, 2015 (Sun)

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