- November 1– December 15, 2019
Special Display of Rediscovered Tsukiji Akashi-cho Town of Kaburaki Kiyokata
Kaburaki Kiyokata was born in Kanda, Tokyo and started his career as an illustrator. The Japanese-style painter was ranked with Uemura Shoen among bijinga (portraits of beauties) specialists. This year, our museum acquired one his famous masterpiece, Tsukiji Akashi-cho Town that had been missing since 1975, along with Shintomi-cho Town and Hama-cho Gashi Zone. The three works form a trilogy. In celebration of the acquisition, we are pleased to give a special exhibition that unveils the trilogy and presents Kaburaki’s works in our collection. This small but gorgeous show features the cream of his masterpieces including Portrait of San’yutei Encho, an Important Cultural Property, and Monthly Manners and Customs of the Meiji Period, a set of twelve scrolls.
- Collection Gallery Room 10
- November 1 – December 15, 2019
- 10:00 – 17:00 (10:00 – 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays)
*Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
- ※Closed on Mondays (except November 4),November 5, 2019 →See also Monthly Calendar
- Adults ¥800 (600)
College and university students ¥400 (300)
*The price in brackets is for the group of 20 persons or more. All prices include tax.
*Free for high school students; under 18; and those with disability certificates and one person accompanying each of them.
- Free Admission Day：
- November 3.
- The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Agency for Cultural Affairs
Japan Arts Council