「鹿図屏風」(部分) 江戸時代・17世紀 春日大社 通期展示

Designated a World Heritage Site, Kasuga Taisha Shrine (Nara prefecture) was built at the beginning of the Nara period (710–794) in prayer for the protection of the capital and the prosperity of the people. From ancient times, the shrine revered deer as divine messengers of the gods. This exhibition presents masterpieces of decorative art in the collection of Kasuga Taisha, which is regarded as the "treasure trove" of the Heian period (794–1192). Other artworks on exhibit include a number of fine objects such as prized swords, arms, and armor from Japan's medieval period, as well as paintings and sculptures associated with people's faith in Kasugataisha Shrine.

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Title

Eternal Treasures from Kasugataisha Shrine

Period

Tuesday, January 17 - Sunday, March 12, 2017

Venue

Heiseikan, Tokyo National Museum (Ueno Park)

Hours

9:30 - 17:00 (Last entry 30 minutes before closing)

Closed

Mondays

Access

  • 10 minutes' walk from JR Ueno Station (Park exit) and Uguisudani Station
  • 15 minutes' walk from Keisei Ueno Station, Tokyo Metro Ueno Station and Tokyo Metro Nezu Station

Organizers

Tokyo National Museum, Kasugataisha shrine, NHK, NHK Promotions Inc., The Yomiuri Shimbun

With the Sponsorship of

Okamura Printing Industries Co., Ltd.

General Inquiries

03-5777-8600 (Hello Dial)

Admission (tax included)

Adults

1,600 (1,400/1,300) yen

University students

1,200 (1,000/900) yen

High school students

900 (700/600) yen

Junior high school students and under

Free

  • * Prices shown in ( ) indicate advance and group (more than 20 persons) discount tickets.
  • * Persons with disabilities are admitted free with one accompanying person each.
  • * Advance tickets will be on sale at the museum ticket booths (during museum opening hours excluding the last 30 minutes) and other major ticketing agencies from October 1, 2016 to January 16, 2017.
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