Special Exhibition

Kiyokata and “Kinreisha”, Neo-Japanese Style Paintings around the 1920’s

“Kinreisha” was the group of promising Japanese style painters including Kaburaki Kiyokata, active from 1916 to 1922. Studying and creating freely, they had been stimulated and influenced each other to create neo-Japanese style paintings.
This special exhibition introduces Kiyokata’s works around the era of “Kinreisha” and works of other members; Kikkawa Reika, Yūki Somei, Hirafuku Hyakusui and Matsuoka Eikyū

18 April – 22 May, 2019

Adults ¥300(¥210)
Elementary and Junior High School Students ¥150(¥100)
*Group discount fee for 20 or more people is shown in parentheses
Mondays(Except for 29 Apr., 6 May), 7 May


作品名 制作年
Tanabata ca.1915
Ezoushiya no Mise 1919
Nuregami ca.1935
Kanjizaibosatsu by Kikkawa Reika 1918
Kazan-ugo by Hirafuku Hyakusui n.d.
Tsuki by Matsuoka Eikyū 1917
Renjugakan (Fragment) by Yūki Somei 1926