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更新日:2019年4月21日

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Sendai City Museum - Exhibitions2017,2018

EXHIBITIONS FOR 2017

Special exhibitions and feature exhibitions in fiscal 2018

Feature exhibition
commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Miyagi Mingei AssociationThe Eyes of Muneyoshi Yanagi:Japanese Handicrafts from the Collection of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Duration: April 20(Fri) to June 3(Sun)

In the late 1920s, Japanese philosopher Muneyoshi Yanagi and his circle of artist-craftsmen friends promoted the idea that everyday utilitarian goods can inherently be as beautiful as works of fine art. Their efforts became known as the Mingei (Folk Crafts) Movement.

This exhibition, organized to mark the 50th anniversary of the Miyagi Mingei Association, presents works that opened Yanagi’s eyes to the beauty of Mingei, examples of local Japanese folk crafts featured in Yanagi’s book Teshigoto no Nihon (Handicrafts of Japan), and the Mingei Map of Japan created by textile artist Keisuke Serizawa. The exhibition draws from the excellent collection of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum in Tokyo to showcase the Japanese handicraft traditions rediscovered by Yanagi.
Back Cushion,cotton and rags.Back Cushion,cotton and rags. The Japan Folk Crafts Museum.

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

\460

High school students

¥230

Elementary and 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

 

Special Exhibition
Ancient Civilization of The ANDES.

Duration: July 27(Fri) to September 30(Sun)

This exhibition offers a comprehensive survey of the Andean civilization, which dates back to prehistoric times and developed over a period of roughly 15,000 years.

The nearly 200 precious objects and materials in this exhibition shed light on the characteristics and mutually influential effects of the nine leading Andean cultures, including Nasca,Moche, and Sicán, and on their dynamic evolution thatculminated in the Inca Empire.

Mask of InlaysMask of Inlays.Museo de la Nación/ Ministerio de Cultura de la República del Perú

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

\1,500

(Adults and  university/college students  for advanced purchase)

\1,300

High school students

¥800

Elementary and Junior high school students

¥600

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

 

Special Exhibition
The Boshin War

Duration: October 26 (Fri) to December 9 (Sun)

The Boshin War was aseries of armed conflicts that erupted across Japan following the January 1868Battle of Toba-Fushimi. This exhibition looks at the political upheaval in thefinal days of the Tokugawa shogunate triggered by the opening of Japan toWestern influences, and at the Tohoku and Niigata stages of the Boshin War andits aftermath, focusing especially on the Ōuetsu Reppan Dōmei (alliance of thedomains of Mutsu, Dewa, and Echigo).
The exhibition will also go on tour to theNiigata Prefectural Museum of History and Fukushima Museum, providing anot-to-be missed, one-stop opportunity to see Boshin War materials fromcollections held in Miyagi, Niigata and Fukushima.

 Ouetsu Reppan Domei flagŌuetsu Reppan Dōmei flag.Miyasaka Archaeology Museum.

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

\1,000

High school students

¥500

Elementary and Junior high school students

¥400

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

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Special exhibitions and feature exhibitions in fiscal 2017

Permanent exhibition―450th Anniversary of Date Masamune’s Birth

The theme of this year’s permanent exhibition is Date Masamune, celebrating the 450th anniversary of his birth. We are displaying materials relating to him. 
The materials change with the seasons, and show several sides of Masamune, bringing you ever closer to him.

Feature Exhibition
Sendai’s Finest Artifacts II―Latest 10 Years of Sendai City Museum.

Duration: April 21(Fri) to June 4(Sun)

The Sendai City Museum has amassed more than 90,000 items in its time. This exhibitdisplays newer pieces that we obtained after 2007, and also introduces some ofthe preservation activities that we are involved in.
Please enjoy this wide selection of excellent pieces that includeeverything from paintings, writings and illustrations to armor and pottery.

衝立 司馬江漢筆の画像View of Chigo-ga-fuchi in Enoshima, painted by SHIBA Kokan. Sendai City Museum

※This painting was donated after being damaged by the tsunami during the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake.

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

\460

High school students

¥230

Elementary and 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.

 

Special Exhibition in prayer for restoration after the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake
Kukai and Koyasan –The Treasures of sacred mountain

Duration: July 1(Sat) to August 27(Sun)

Mt. Koya, which was initially opened by Kobo Daishi (also known as Kukai) and was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage sites, celebrated its 1200th year in 2015.
This exhibition introduces a world of prayer, filled with treasures related to Kukai and art related to esoteric Buddhism spread around Mt. Koya
There are writings by Kukai and many more treasures such as sculptures, pictures, crafts and pieces brought over from China, which were received from abroad by special request.

国宝 八大童子像のうちセイタカ童子像の画像Standing Statues of Eight Attendants of Fudo-myo’o, A set of eight statues, 
Standing Statue of Seitaka-doji, by Unkei. Kongobu-ji temple. (National Treasure)

Admission Fees

Adults and university/college students

¥1,500

(Adults for advanced purchase)

¥1,300

University students

¥1,200

Elementary, Junior High and High School students

¥800

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

 

Special Exhibition
The 450th Birthday of Date Masamune

Duration: October 7 (Sat) to November 27 (Mon)

Date Masamune, born in 1567 in Yonezawa Castle (in Yonezawa city, Yamagata prefecture), grew to become one of the most important Tohoku region warriors, became the first lord of the Sendai Domain, and built the foundation of what is now Sendai, Miyagi.

This exhibition was created in memorial of Date Masamune, as this year would have marked his 450th birthday. There are not only a number of pieces from our collection on display, but also a wide variety of related materials gathered from all over Japan to show his life and the contributions he made. 
It gives you an image of the civil war era that Date Masamune overcame to create times of peace.

伊達政宗画像 狩野安信筆の画像Portraits of DATE Masamune, painted by KANO Yasunobu. (City-designated cultural property)

 

Admission Fees

Adults

¥1,200

High school and university/college students

¥1,000

Elementary and Junior high school students

¥800

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

 

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

 

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