Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art, Minato

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#117 of 265 in Museums in Tokyo
The Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art is a private museum in Tokyo, Japan centered on tea utensils. It holds old Japanese, Chinese and Korean works of art such as paintings, calligraphic writings, pottery, lacquer items and Noh costumes. Of the circa 1300 objects in the collection, 6 are National Treasures and 32 have been designated as Important Cultural Properties of Japan.
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  • If you pay admission there in a small exhibit that conforms to their hobby. Therefore, if people have a grounding in the tea ceremony, where fully enjoy that. Though called the study as ticklish isn't just are not enough.
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  • EBARA Hatakeyama Memorial Fund has small, is a favorite place tea ceremony is seen slowly calmed down. Depending on special exhibitions are displayed to confirm. He conducts various events, so check. Is green tea dry confectionery with 500 yen. You can drink there in the exhibition room and tea room. Take off shoes, kneeling on the mat can be seen hanging exhibition rooms is very unique. You can also watch, of course, drinking green tea. It is close to the postural screenings to tea.
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  • I went during the Golden Week holidays. I think went out of Ikeda Mountain Park on foot from Meguro station, but the location is a little hard to understand. Garden and Museum of art, just in the Garden pay seems to be. Garden in a 200-year-old oak. It is very quiet. Tea was exhibited.
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  • Very small and feels overpriced. Garden is nice but access being bad makes it a poor choice of outing.
  • It is a Memorial Masuda blunt Weng is the founder of Mitsui & co., Ltd. in Grand tea master of the Showa era was close to Hatakeyama ready-Weng's collection and a tea-room. Consent and being concerned in the design, appearance of scrolls and utensils and tea master's commitment, it is very interesting that around. No kakejiku displayed tatami, and can be seen sitting in the tea room. The tea room, where green tea reminds. We have put very good Bowl. Is a special fabric is used in the lighting of the tea ceremony? It is in the garden, I want to go during this season. This water bottle gourd type of the persimmon which Teacup, Imperial round bowl, IGA, square jug Korean Karatsu, thousands have been interesting reading, such as road safety's "OWL" inscription ceremony. Is the one you want to one day see it also famous on the heights of koetsu red Raku "snow peak" and cross the Teacup is collection.
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  • Tea, a valuable tool was exhibited. National treasures are showcased at the Google map and I had come. Standing quietly behind merit as a famous Memorial Hall will be settled in a lush garden. Look around the front door staff, incorporating motifs of the Japan style was impressive. Exhibition Hall is only the second floor, but tools around the tea was just wonderful to display complete. Feeling like I want to tell someone like little became through time over the parade were accompanied by commentary displayed bowls and vases, hanging, easy to understand, good sense, than ever before. Is that so far interviewed staff, on the ground floor and garden free shooting also good. Seen by as many people come to the study of the Japanese tea ceremony, so less people at looked take sparingly. It was a place not only know a tea taste, no prior knowledge of their good time.
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  • Seems to be caused the Museum idea, story or background want to know, such as exhibition staff special atmosphere was
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  • One of the best know the tea ceremony in Tokyo where. Although scores of exhibits, great exhibits one by one. It is also where you will find green tea in the ¥ 500 good.
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