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The Yamatane Museum of Art shorten opening hours and is using an online timed-entry reservation system(tikets for specific days and times). Please check details on our website.

Hours: 9/28 - 11/7  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

For details.
Special Exhibition Commemorating the 55th Anniversary of the Yamatane Museum of Art:
The Art of Okumura Togyū
―A Master of Nihonga Whom Yamazaki Taneji Loved, Part 2
【開館55周年記念特別展】 奥村土牛 ―山﨑種二が愛した日本画の巨匠 第2弾
Okumura Togyū, Cherry Blossoms at Daigo-ji Temple

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13 November (Sat.) 2021– 23 January (Sun.) 2022
(Closed on 11 January , from 29 December to 2 January, and on Mondays, except for 27 December , 3 and 10 January)

Hours: Weekdays: 10 am – 4 pm (Last admission at 3:30 pm)
Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays: 10 am – 5 pm (Last admission at 4:30 pm)

Admission Fees: Adults: 1,300 yen; university and high school students: 1,000 yen; middle school and younger children: free of charge (but must be accompanied by an adult)
Disability ID holders and one person accompanying them: 1,100 yen (university and high school students: 900 yen)
*Discount for those who are wearing kimono: Discount of 200 yen for adults, 100 yen for university and high school students.

Organized by: Yamatane Museum of Art and Nikkei Inc.

Highlights of the Exhibition
Okumura Togyū, The Kōshū Highway. Color on Paper, Taisho Period, 1924; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Poetic Rain. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1928; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, A Girl Under a Loquat Tree. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1930; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Rabbits. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1936; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Snow-covered Mountain. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1946; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Gamecocks. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1950; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Flowers. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1952; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Sacred Cattle. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1953; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Maiko, Apprentice Geisha. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1954; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Himeji Castle. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1955; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Ballerina. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1956; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Dainichi Buddha. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1957; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Maelstroms at Naruto. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1959; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Tea Ceremony Room. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1963; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Deer. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1968; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Cherry Blossoms at Daigo-ji Temple. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1972; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Kitayama Cypress. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1976; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Spring in Yoshino. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1977; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, The Sea at the Bōsō Peninsula (Chiba). Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1981; Yamatane Museum of Art
Illustreted Letter to Yamazaki Taneji from Okumura Togyū: Tha Year of the Ox; Yamatane Museum of Art

Approximately 60 masterpieces from Yamatane Collection are on display during the above period.

奥村土牛 《枇杷と少女》
Okumura Togyū, A Girl Under a Loquat Tree
奥村土牛 《雪の山》
Okumura Togyū, Snow-covered Mountain
奥村土牛 《城》
Okumura Togyū, Himeji Castle
奥村土牛 《鳴門》
Okumura Togyū, Maelstroms at Naruto
奥村土牛 《鹿》
Okumura Togyū, Deer
奥村土牛 《吉野》
Okumura Togyū, Spring in Yoshino
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