Current Exhibition

  • Thematic Exhibition

    Fantasy and Literature: Relationship between Kiyokata and Novelists

    Kaburaki Kiyokata had loved to read since childhood. And the exchange with famous novelists of his time, such as Izumi Kyōka and Ozaki Kōyō made him grow as a major illustrator. Even after becoming a Japanese style painter, he had painted the works based on a literature again and again. His deep affection for literature had enriched his art. 

    19 January – 25 February, 2018

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  • Special Exhibition

    Kiyokata’s Deep Affection to the Atmosphere of the Edo, Old Tokyo

     Kiyokata had strong memory in his hometown, downtown area of Tokyo. In this area, even after the opening the country, manners and customs of departed era had remained. The exhibition highlights his works depicting Tokyo in those days.

    28 October – 3 December, 2017

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  • Thematic Exhibition

    Kiyokata’s Art Style “Tabletop Art”

     "Tabletop Art" is an art form proposed by Kaburaki Kiyokata in the Taisho period. It contains scroll paintings, picture books, or printed frontispieces and illustrations: you could enjoying to see a lot of details on your hands or on the tabletop. This exhibition features tebletop art and also shows Kiyokata’s works expressed the autumn.

    2 September – 25 October, 2017
    Hours:9:00-17:00 (Admission until 16:30) Closed on Mondays (except 18 Sep. and 9 Oct.), 19 Sep. and 10 Oct.
    Admission:Adults JPY200 (JPY140) / Elementary and Junior high school students JPY100 (JPY70)
    ※Group discount fee for 20 or more people is shown in parentheses.
    Event:Demonstration of Japanese Style Painting
    13:30-15:30 on 7 and 8 October, 2017 (No Appointment Necessary)
    Demonstrated by Kiyo Hasegawa, Japanese Style Painter

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