Advance reservations are currently required to visit the Museum. For the time being, the


restaurant is closed; the cafe is open but its hours, menu, etc. have been curtailed.


Please be sure to check the details before planning your visit to the Museum.

Autumn Special Exhibition

September 1 - December 13

The Miho Museum Painting Collection and the Heart of Japanese Art

Information

Exhibition Term
September 1, 2020 - December 13, 2020
Open Hours
10:00 am to 4:00 pm (last entry: 3:00 pm)
Closed Days
Every Monday (or next business day if Monday is a national holiday)
Admission Fees
[Adults] 1,300 yen [High school/university students] 1,000 yen [Elementary/junior high school students] Free
Venue
North Wing
備考
Advance reservations are currently required to visit the Museum.
For the time being, the restaurant is closed; the cafe is open but its hours, menu, etc. have been curtailed.
Please be sure to check the details before planning your visit to the Museum.

展覧会チラシ(pdfファイル)【英語】

Exhibition Highlights

Plum Blossoms and Small Bird (detail), by Yanagisawa Kien
Edo period

Listening to Waterfall, attributed to Ma Yuan
China, Southern Song to Yuan dynasty

Shikishi Paper, by Hon’ami Kōetsu
Momoyama to Edo period

Elephant and Whale (detail), by Itō Jakuchū
Edo period, around Kansei 7 (1795)

Monkey (detail)
Momoyama to Edo period

Autumn Grasses (detail), by Sakai Hōitsu
Edo period

Plum Blossoming Landscape, by Kō Fuyō
Edo period

Scenes from The Tale of Genji (detail)
Edo period

Cherry Blossoms in Saga (detail), by Yosa Buson
Edo period

Puppies (detail), by Maruyama Ōkyo
Edo period, Tenmei 5 (1785)

Yōhen Tenmoku Teabowl
China, Southern Song dynasty; Important Cultural Property

Sleeping Budai (detail), by Miyamoto Musashi
Edo period

Exhibition Galleries

Entrance Information Beginnings Development Ⅰ Development Ⅱ Fulfillment Origins of Japanese Color Expression
South Wing
North Wing

Autumn Special Exhibition

The Miho Museum Painting Collection and the Heart of Japanese Art

Exhibits

North Wing

Autumn Special Exhibition

The Miho Museum Painting Collection and the Heart of Japanese Art

Development I
Development Ⅱ
Fulfillment
Origins of Japanese Color Expression