Kaburaki Kiyokata enjoyed various events of the New Year with his family and disciples. And he painted the manners and customs seen in the New Year in Japan which almost had been disappeared today. The exhibition shows Kiyokata’s works whose subject is the New Year or New Year season of the good old days.
Elementary and Junior High School Students ¥100(¥70)
*Group discount fee for 20 or more people is shown in parentheses
Mondays(except for 13 Jan.),29 Dec.-3 Jan.
|Matsu no uchi (New Year's Days): Calender of Genre Painting of Beautiful Woman (January), Published by Tokyo Asahi Shimbun||1936|
|Oshie Hagoiota (Oshie Battledore)/ Hiradoma (November), From Monthly Manners and Customs of the Meiji Period||1935|
|Oshie Hagoiota (Oshie Battledore)/ Yoru no Yuki (December), From Monthly Manners and Customs of the Meiji Period||1935|
|White Plum Blossoms||1970|
|Saitan (New Year's Day)||c.a.1934|
|Maiko (Apprentice Geisha)||1930|