Seikadō Bunko Art Museum, Setagaya

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#95 of 268 in Museums in Tokyo
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  • 11-I went to the three-day weekend. You can either yōga station or futako-Tamagawa station. Is bitter orange walk takes about 20 minutes. I went to the "Ming and Qing paintings' exhibition. ○ good landscape painting, like people think
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  • Make sure always check websites before visiting or exhibition is held. Museum of art and Yes though, does not always open. I don't know because it doesn't have a Web site of the Museum of fine arts calendar is closed at any time. Please understand putting basically all year round is closed, but only at the exhibition. Note that the permanent exhibitions there are exhibits on the website is not so. Because it is confusing even if the website had it wrong, at least good well until the website is bad, and this is responsible and will be deserted. Note 10 minutes could meet they fool people accustomed to the Museum is open all year round. Watch out if you go especially with family and friends. I think other than that good art.
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  • I will be living in total 30 years on the Tokyu railway was a place like this. Asked the other day for the first time, but was surprised at the depth of content. Not crowded, small size of Japanese incense and incense exhibition that it was a totally awesome exhibits and displays can be seen calmly and slowly. Location is a bit away from the station that also contributes to this silence? Take a look at depending on the project, but is also where you want to go.
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  • Jing Jia Hall paperback founded the House in Kanda surugadai Iwasaki yanosuke in 1892 to origin. Jing Jia's name comes from Temple of yanosuke was taken from the "book of songs" (of the study). Yanosuke is studied sinology in before entering the business world according to brother, Mitsubishi founder Iwasaki Yataro, intended to assist shigeno Xian bdds (Chengdu Shinsaibashi) teacher in the research starting classics collection, collection of Oriental books and art objects made in the intently. The valuable collection and purchase of calligrapher of the Qing, terrigenous heart 皕 song Lou library 40000 thousands in 1907, contains a large number of Sung and Yuan editions brought to the library. 1908: died at the age of 57, and inherited like father, like rock Iwasaki koyata, expanded the library. In 1911, moved to Iwasaki House Takanawa House, now open East Pavilion. Adjacent to the Tomb: located in the Setagaya-Ku in 1924 construction of library Jing Chia in the design of Kotaro Sakurai. At the same time, open to researchers; 1940 koyata established Foundation Jing Jia Hall, donated to the Foundation's collection and library facilities to disconnected from the family homestead. In the period after World War II fell into financial difficulties. Toyo Bunko (founder Yataro Iwasaki, children at the Mitsubishi No. 3's Commander Iwasaki Hisaya) 1953, Mitsubishi-private library as a branch Library of the national diet library is able to continue the publication of the article. In that outsource human part of the library services of the Foundation library of Congress books and facilities left in the possession of the Foundation, incorporated under its umbrella as a branch Library of the national diet library library Division, which deals with national diet Library Foundation that owns the library resources and facilities. 1970 library Jing Chia, Mitsubishi kept away from under the umbrella of the national diet library, once again became a private library of Mitsubishi group management. Works of art from 1977 exhibition with a collection of paperback publishing launched. To commemorate the 100 anniversary of the Foundation in 1992, construction of the new building opened a permanent Museum.
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  • Has no permanent collection, temporary exhibitions only. And it's good so far, but after I got off the bus, a moderate Hill climb up the Hill taxi ride, not physical. I visited when the exhibition of swords. Panel highlights with all the work and the writing miyasukatta.
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  • This is quiet good Museum. Might be somewhat minor compared to the Gotoh Museum may have owned the hen eye teacup. Having a site on the slopes of the Kokubunji Cliff line, take a stroll to the edge of the foot. There is also the tomb of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu's 2 Iwasaki yanosuke.
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  • Exhibition of swords was done so we went. I took the bus because it was away from the station, take taxi (800 yen), return exactly bus came. Out went junior high school children and junior high school students or younger is free so you get better favor location is very quiet 🍀
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  • Inconvenient location. Has enhanced the content, or show them the theme does not appear. Impression of higher prices
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