Exhibitions

Now on View Special Exhibition 企画展

Shino Type by SUZUKI Osamu,a Living National Treasure: In commemoration of his ninetieth birthday

Date

Location

National Crafts Museum

About

This exhibition focuses on the career and the “present” of SUZUKI Osamu (b. 1934), one of the Bearers of Important Intangible Cultural Properties—popularly known as “living national treasures”—in the field of shino type. While respecting tradition, the ceramist established his own unique style by trying his hand at “Shino” ware, which was once thought to be fired only in wood-fired kilns, using gas kilns. Celebrating his ninetieth birthday in 2024, the solo show provides an opportunity to experience the essence of his art through outstanding works spanning his entire career.

SUZUKI Osamu,
Large plate, Shino ware, 1991,
National Crafts Museum

Hours & Admissions

Location

National Crafts Museum

Date

March 19-June 2, 2024

Closed

Mondays (except April 1, 8, 29 and May 6), May 7

Time

9:30 – 17:30
※Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.

Organizer

National Crafts Museum, NHK ENTERPRISES, INC. Nagoya Branch Office, The Hokkoku Shimbun

Admission

Individuals Groups (20 persons or more) Discount rate
Adults ¥1,000 ¥900 ¥900
Students (college/university) ¥600 ¥500 ¥500

Individuals

Adults

¥1,000

Students (college/university)

¥600

Groups (20 persons or more)

Adults

¥900

Students (college/university)

¥500

Discount rate

Adults

¥900

Students (college/university)

¥500

*The price in brackets is for the group of 20 persons or more and for discount coupon holder.
*All prices include tax.
*Admission is free for high school students and under 18. Persons with disability and one person accompanying them are admitted free of charge.

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