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Hamanaka Gesson

THE JAPANESE POTTER Hamanaka Gesson (b.1943, Kishiwada, Osaka), who is based in Hagi, western Honshu, is known as the ‘Master of Hagi pottery’. Hagi wares have a 500 year-old Korean-inspir...

Hiroshige’s Japan: Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido Road

IN THE CENTURY and a half that has passed since Utagawa Hiroshige’s death, his name has become synonymous with ukiyo-e print-making, to which he devoted his life. The Meiji Restoration of 1868 &...

Into the Fold: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Horvitz Collection

THIS EXHIBITION, curated by Tomoko Nagakura, a curator and professor of Japanese art and currently a Research Fellow for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, could not have been possible without the ...

Monogatari-e: Illustrated Narrative Paintings

IT HAS BEEN 24 years since the Idemitsu Museum has presented an exhibition on a similar theme, and for this current show about 30 paintings in various formats have been chosen. 2014 was the commemorat...
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