- EDOHYOUGU TENJIKAN
Traditional crafts that pursue pure style.
A gallery displaying traditional Japanese mounting techniques, involving backing with paper or other materials and then hanging, creating a folding screen, or framing. From among the implements used, those promoted by the rise of Ukiyo-e culture are especially stylish. Here some rare and precious pieces are on display, including hanging scrolls by Seiho Takeuchi, a Japanese painter and one of the first ever recipients of the Order of Culture. Definitely worth a visit!
- 2-48-7, Nihonbashihamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- A one-minute walk from Hamacho Station Exit A2 on the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line
- Open Hours
- Day Off
- Holidays, Year-end and New Year holidays
- Credit cards
- Not accepted
- Special Notes
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