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更新日:2019年4月21日

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Sendai City Museum - Exhibitions2019

Special exhibitions and feature exhibitions in fiscal 2019

Special exhibitions
Yes, We love cats any time!

Duration: April 19(Fri) to June 9(Sun)

In all eras of Japanese history, cats have been much loved and closely woven into people’s daily lives. Notably, the late Edo period saw a surge in the popularity of cats, similar to what we call the “cat boom” today. The love for felines was a source of the inspiration for producing ukiyo-e woodblock prints and kabuki, in which the creatures were depicted in a variety of designs and forms, including ordinary cats portrayed in their adorable moments, bakeneko (the demonic cat) featured in kaidan (Japanese ghost stories), and personified cats.

This exhibition showcases the “cat boom” in the Edo and Meiji periods by presenting ukiyo-e prints by UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi and illustrated books, as well as a range of beckoning cat figurines from different parts of Japan. Having been on tour to the Tokai, Kinki and other regions, the collection is exhibited in Sendai for the first time in eastern Japan.


Proverbs Illustrated by CatsProverbs Illustrated by Cats. 1852.  UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi. Private Collection.

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

 ¥1,300

(Adults and  university/college students  for advanced purchase)

 ¥1,100

High School students

¥700

Elementary, Junior High School students

¥500

*There is a ¥100 per person discount for groups of 10 or more

 

Feature exhibition
DATE in the sengoku period -vibrancy of samurai at Tohoku in 16th century

Duration: July 12(Fri) to September 9(Sun)

DATE Masamune was the greatest warlord in the Tohoku region during the Sengoku period when fierce battles were fought among warlords across Japan. His roots can be traced back to the Kamakura period.

This exhibition illustrates how the DATE clan became the most powerful warlord family in Tohoku by delineating its history, highlighting Tomomune, the founder of the clan, and his successors Tanemune (14th clan head), Harumune (15th), Terumune (16th), and Masamune (17th) under diverse themes including the Sengoku period battles, warlords’ reign over their territories, the clan’s diplomatic relations with other warlords including UESUGI Kenshin, ODA Nobunaga and ASHINA Moriuji, faith in Shintoism and Buddhism, literature, and the performing arts.
JinkaisyuJinkaisyu, legislation established by DATE Tanemune.1536 (Important cultural property)

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

 ¥460

High School students

¥230

Elementary, Junior High School students

¥110

*For groups of 30 or more, rates are reduced to ¥360 per general admission/ university student, ¥180 per high school student and ¥90 per junior high or elementary school student.

 

Feature exhibition in commemoration of the 130th anniversary of the municipal organization of Sendai City
Eternal love for maps!

Duration: October 11(Fri) to December 1(Sun)

Sendai City, which today has a population of 1.08 million, started as a castle town built by DATE Masamune, the first feudal lord of the Sendai Domain in the Edo period.
This exhibition traces back the transformation of the local landscapes of Sendai throughout its history by presenting chronological maps of the Sendai Castle town, the outskirts castle villages located within the area comprising today’s Sendai City, and the entire Sendai Domain. A diverse selection of other maps possessed by the Sendai City Museum is also on display, including a “Map of the world,” maps of castles, Sendai Castle’s Nino Maru (second enclosure), and the Date clan’s residence in Edo. The exhibition is highly recommended to both current and future map lovers alike.
Map of Sendai Castle and its castle town.Map of Sendai Castle and its castle town. 1645. Sendai city museum. (City-designated cultural property)

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

 ¥460

High School students

¥230

Elementary, Junior High School students

¥110

*For groups of 30 or more, rates are reduced to ¥360 per general admission/ university student, ¥180 per high school student and ¥90 per junior high or elementary school student.

 

 


* Admission fees are subject to change. Please contact us for more details.

 

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