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Mr./Ms. Museum of Art "Tokugawa Art Museum Exhibition: The Treasures of the Owari Tokugawa Family"

Period: Jul 3, 2024 - Sep 1
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The Tokugawa Museum of Art holds a number of treasures that have been passed down from generation to generation by the Owari Tokugawa family, which was the foremost of the three families connected to the Shogun family. From Ieyasu's relic "Sunpu Gobunmono" and other bequests of successive lords and wives, swords, tea utensils, incense utensils, Noh costumes, etc., we will introduce the history of the Owari Tokugawa family and the glamorous and prestigious daimyo culture. In particular, the national treasure "The Tale of Genji Picture Scroll", which is known as one of the most famous works, and the national treasure "Hatsune furnishings", which was brought as a wedding furnishings by Chiyohime, the eldest daughter of the third shogun Iemitsu, will also be a rare opportunity to exhibit as a special exhibition.

* In order to protect the work, the exhibition will be changed during the exhibition period.

Hours10:00~18:00 (Friday 10:00~20:00)

* Open until 8 p.m. on August 10 (Sat.), 11 (Sun.), and 31 (Sat.)
*Admission is until 30 minutes before closing.
Open until 6 p.m. on August 27
AdmissionGeneral Door ¥1,800 Advance ¥1,600
University and high school students Door ¥1,000 Advance ¥800
* Free for junior high school students and younger
* If you have a disability certificate, only you and one caregiver are free of charge.

[Ticket Sales Location]
Mr./Ms. Museum of Art reception (except Tuesdays, during exhibition change periods)
Mr./Ms. Museum of Art Official Online Ticket
Lawson Ticket: L code 35035 (common to advance and same-day tickets)
Seven Ticket: Seven Code 104-647 (for advance and same-day tickets)
* Advance sale period is from April 17 (Wednesday) to July 2 (Tuesday)
* Advance ticket sales at the reception desk of the Mr./Ms. Museum of Art are limited to opening days until June 16 (Sun).


9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3rd floor
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