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Masterpieces from the Museum Collection

Wed., July.22.2020 ~ Sun., August.30

Exhibited Items Include:
• Tachi Sword Signed “Tsugutada” (Important Cultural Property)
• Tachi Sword Known by the Name “Musashi Ryokai,” Signed “Ryokai”
• After Rain by Yokoyama Taikan
• Path and Waterfall in Autumn by Kawai Gyokudo
• Dry-Lacquered Twelve-Sided Flat-Sided Flask by Kuroda Tatsuaki
• Buddhist Goddesses of Mercy by Munakata Shiko
• Flower-Shaped Ko-Kutani (Old Kutani) Bowl with Design of People under Pine Tree in Polychrome Overglaze Painting

In celebration of the anniversary of the opening of the Shusui Museum of Art, we are proud to present this exhibition of iconic items from the museum's collection. The 2F Exhibition Room features a focus on swords, with a collection of outstanding Japanese swords and sword fittings, while the 3F Exhibition Room features a selection of paintings and craft items by some of the leading Japanese artists of the modern era, as well as folk crafts, antique pottery, and more.

Date/Venue
Wed., July.22.2020 ~ Sun., August.30 / 2F & 3F Exhibition Rooms, Shusui Museum of Art
Open:
10:00 to 17:00 (last admission at 16:30)
Closed:
Mon. and Tue. (open if Mon. or Tue. is a holiday, then closed the following day)
Admission:
Adults ¥800*, ages 15-17 ¥500, ages 14 and under free.
*¥600 per person for groups of 20 or more.
Organizer: Shusui Museum of Art

Contact: Shusui Museum of Art
1-3-6 Sengoku-machi, Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture 930-0066
Tel: (076) 425-5700 • Fax: (076) 425-5710
Person in Charge: Sawada

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