Art Diary Few foreign tourist

A miraculous Japanese craft technic !! Exhibition


January.26th Sat ~ April.14th.Sun

The fruits that seem to be eaten. A banana and a pineapple.
But those are artificial fruits by ivory.
These works were made in the Meiji era. (About 150 yeas ago)
Japanese craftsman was developed crafts of unique technology for the expo in Europe and U.S.A at Meiji period.
These crafts getting popular again in Japan.
You can see the extremely delicate cloisonne ware and ceramic wooden sculpture.
Important point is you can see both of the traditional crafts and contemporary crafts.


January.26th Sat ~ April.14th.Sun
1-1-43 Abenosuji, Abeno-ku, Osaka city, Osaka, 545-8545, JAPAN(16th floor)

Tuesday to Friday / 10:00~20:00
Monday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays / 10:00 ~ 18:00
( last admission at 16:30)

4th (Monday) and 18th(Monday) March


Adult1,300 yen
High school and 
university students
Elementary and
junior high school students

You can see about 140 art works in this exhibition.
It is an impressive exhibition!!
Please visit this museum.

See you on our next trip!!

-Art, Diary, Few foreign tourist



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