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Special Exhibition Commemorating the 55th Anniversary of the Yamatane Museum of Art:
Selected Masterpieces of Ukiyo-e and Edo Painting from the Yamatane Collection
― from Sharaku and Hokusai to Rimpa School
【開館55周年記念特別展】 山種美術館所蔵 浮世絵・江戸絵画名品選  ―写楽・北斎から琳派まで―
Katsushika Hokusai, Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji: Fine Wind, Clear Morning

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3 July (Sat.) – 29 August (Sun.) 2021
(Closed on 10 August and on Mondays, except for 9 August.)
1st period (on display 3 July – 1 August) / 2nd period (on display 3 August – 29 August)

Admission Fees: Adults: 1,300 yen; middle school and younger children: free of charge; Disability ID holders and one person accompanying them: 1,100 yen
*Discount for those who are wearing kimono: Discount of 200 yen for adult

Summer Student Discount: University and high school students: 1,000 yen → 500 yen

Our online timed-entry reservation system (tickets for specific days and times) is now in operation.
Please check our website for details.

Organized by: Yamatane Museum of Art and The Asahi Shimbun Company

Highlights of the Exhibition
Ukiyo-e
Suzuki Harunobu, Breaking off a Plum Branch. Middle Format (Chūban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, c. 1767-68; Yamatane Museum of Art ◇
Torii Kiyonaga, Customs and Manners of the East: A Young Samurai, a Wet Nurse, and Two Ladies-in-Waiting. Large Format (Ōban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, c. 1784; Yamatane Museum of Art ◇
Kitagawa Utamaro, Seven Beauties of the Gay Quarters: Shinohara of the Tsuruya. Large Format (Ōban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, c. 1794-95; Yamatane Museum of Art ◇
Tōshūsai Sharaku, Arashi Ryūzō II in the Role of Ishibe Kinkichi, the Money Lender. Large Format (Ōban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, 1794; Yamatane Museum of Art ◆
Katsushika Hokusai, Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji: Fine Wind, Clear Morning. Large Format (Ōban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, c. 1830; Yamatane Museum of Art ◇
Utagawa Hiroshige I, Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō Road. Large Format (Ōban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, c. 1833-36; Yamatane Museum of Art ◇◆
Utagawa Hiroshige I, A Hundred Famous Views of Edo: Evening Shower at Ōhashi Bridge. Large Format (Ōban) Polychrome Woodblock Print (Nishiki-e) on Paper, Edo Period, 1857; Yamatane Museum of Art ◆
Edo Painting
Artist Unknown, Bamboo Fence with Red and White Plum and Camellia Blossoms [Important Art Object]. Color on Gold-Leafed Paper, Edo Period, 17th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Painting by Tawaraya Sōtatsu, Calligraphy by Hon'ami Kōetsu, Fragment of the Shinkokinshū Poetry Anthology: Deer. Ink, Gold and Silver on Paper, Edo Period, 17th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Attributed to Tawaraya Sōtatsu, Chinese Black Pines and Maple Trees. Color on Gold-Leafed Paper, Edo Period, 17th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Iwasa Matabei, Court Ladies Enjoying Wayside Chrysanthemums [Important Cultural Property]. Ink and Light Color on Paper, Edo Period, 17th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Kanō Tsunenobu, The Battle of the Flowers Between the Emperor Xuanzong and Yang Guifei Teams. Color on Silk, Edo Period, 17th to 18th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art (scene change)
Sakai Hōitsu, Autumn Plants and Quails [Important Art Object]. Color on Gold-Leafed Paper, Edo Period, 19th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Suzuki Kiitsu, Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons. Color on Gold-Leafed Paper, Edo Period, 19th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Ike no Taiga, A View of Higashiyama. Ink on Silk Satin (Kōhon), Edo Period, 18th Century; Yamatane Museum of Art
Itō Jakuchū, Fushimi Dolls. Color on Paper, Edo Period, 1799; Yamatane Museum of Art
Tsubaki Chinzan, View of Mt. Kunō [Important Cultural Property]. Color on Silk, Edo Period, 1837; Yamatane Museum of Art

Approximately 100 masterpieces from Yamatane Collection are on display during the above period.
*Period of Display ◇: 7/3-8/1, ◆: 8/3-8/29, No marks: entire period

鈴木春信 《梅の枝折り》
Suzuki Harunobu,
Breaking off a Plum Branch
◇: 7/3-8/1
東洲斎写楽《二代目嵐龍蔵の金貸石部金吉》
Tōshūsai Sharaku,
Arashi Ryūzō II in the Role of Ishibe Kinkichi, the Money Lender
◆: 8/3-8/29
鈴木春信 《梅の枝折り》
Utagawa Hiroshige I,
Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō Road: Nihonbashi (Morning Scene)
◇: 7/3-8/1
東洲斎写楽《二代目嵐龍蔵の金貸石部金吉》
Utagawa Hiroshige I,
A Hundred Famous Views of Edo: Evening Shower at Ōhashi Bridge
◆: 8/3-8/29
伝 俵屋宗達 《槙楓図》
Attributed to Tawaraya Sōtatsu,
Chinese Black Pines and Maple Trees
伊藤若冲 《伏見人形図》
Itō Jakuchū,
Fushimi Dolls
酒井抱一 《秋草鶉図》
Sakai Hōitsu,
Autumn Plants and Quails
[Important Art Object]
鈴木其一 《四季花鳥図》
Suzuki Kiitsu,
Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons
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*Period of Display ◇: 7/3-8/1, ◆: 8/3-8/29, No marks: entire period
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