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Mori Ogai's Autograph Manuscripts: Commemoring the 100th Anniversary of His Inauguration as the General Director of the Tokyo Imperial Household Museum

Mori Ogai's Autograph Manuscripts: Commemoring the 100th Anniversary of His Inauguration as the General Director of the Tokyo Imperial Household Museum / Japanese Gallery (Honkan) Room 15   May 15, 2018 (Tue) - July 8, 2018 (Sun)

  
Ueno Park as Described under the Law (detail), By Mori Ogai, Dated 1920

Mori Rintaro (Ogai) was one of the leading writers of modern Japan, and also worked as a doctor of medicine and held an important positon in the army. His last official position was, however, the General Director of the Tokyo Imperial Household Museum, the forerunner of the Tokyo National Museum (TNM). Recent research conducted by TNM has revealed that the Museum archives and collections include a considerable number of Ogai’s autograph manuscripts. This exhibition shows a large number of such materials and reveals Ogai’s approach to his work.

 

 Major works in this exhibition
* Works listed below are in the TNM Collection unless otherwise indicated.
 Major works in this exhibition
* Works listed below are in the TNM Collection unless otherwise indicated.
Ueno Park as Described under the Law, By Mori Ogai, Dated 1920
Papers Related to Meetings on Important Miscellaneous Records, From May 1907 to July 1930, Meiji–Showa era, 20th century

 

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