Nezu Museum of Art Project Exhibition "I don't like it, but it's good! Masterpieces of Nezu Art Museum calligraphy"
Even if it is said to be a masterpiece of calligraphy, calligraphy exhibitions tend to be shunned, such as people who are not good at it because they cannot read the characters of old people, or boring because they do not know what is written. Of course, it is essential to read what is written in order to understand it correctly, but let's leave it to the print book for the time being. Even if you can't read it, you can still experience the charm of a manual calligraphy. This exhibition, which is structured around the masterpieces of books owned by the Nezu Museum of Art, aims to introduce in an easy-to-understand manner the highlights of books that have been carefully preserved by our predecessors. I hope that you will feel that "I don't like it, but I like it!" and that this exhibition will be one of the opportunities for you to appreciate the works of calligraphy even more deeply.
|Hours||10:00 a.m. ~ 5:00 p.m.|
(Admission until 30 minutes before closing)
|Holiday||Every Monday |
However, it is open on Monday, July 18 (national holiday) and closed on the following day (Tuesday, July 19).
|Admission||Online timed booking|
Adults 1300 yen
Students 1000 yen
*200 yen discount for those presenting a disability certificate and accompanying persons, free for junior high school students and younger