Nezu Museum of Art Exhibition
Since ancient times, Japanese people have become familiar with nature and have been sensitive to the passage of the four seasons. I felt the arrival of each season in the voices of birds and the sounds of insects, and I found the beauty of moving to the moon where cherry blossoms scattered in the wind, colored autumn leaves (maple trees), and mingies are repeated. This fine sensibility to the beauty of nature can be understood through the many Waka (Japanese songs) left by the artists, as well as through art works in which seasonal flowers and natural objects are variously shaped. This exhibition consisted of paintings and crafts that expressed natural objects such as flowers and moons of the four seasons, and old brushstrokes with Waka poems written on them. We hope that you will feel the seasons and nature of Japan close to you.
*This exhibition is by appointment. For details, please check the Nezu Museum of Art website from the following URL.
|Hours||10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (admission until 4:30 p.m.)|
Open on Monday, August 9
|Parking||9 cars (including 1 priority parking lot for people with disabilities)|
|Transportation||Ginza, Hanzomon, and Chiyoda subway lines|
Get off at Omotesando Station
8-minute walk from exit A5 (stairs)
10-minute walk from exit B4 (stairs and elevator)
10-minute walk from exit B3 (elevator or escort)
|Admission||Online scheduled reservations|
General 1,300 yen
Student 1000 yen
*200 yen for persons presenting disability handbooks and companions, free for junior high school students and younger