The Fall Exhibition

Savoring Cultures

Sep. 13 (Wed.),2023 Nov. 20 (Mon.),2023
Please print out the flyer and bring it with you
to get a 50 yen discount on your admission.

In traditional Japanese culture, the utensils are elaborate and fascinate us.

This exhibition highlights the utensils of tea ceremony, incense burning, stationery, swords, and sword accessories which were used in traditional Japanese culture.

Sword of the Wakizashi Type
Tachibanano Masahiro

set of utensils for sencha tea ceremony

Sep. 13 (Wed.),2023 Nov. 20 (Mon.),2023
※Kinen-kan will be closed for exhibit change on October 16 (Mon.).
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Admission until 4:30 p.m.)
General Admission: 500 yen
Junior High and Elementary School Students: 250 yen
(Combination ticket for Kinen-kan and Sakagura-kan)
・Group(Over 20 visitors): 400 yen each
・Over 65yrs old(with official ID): 400 yen
・Admission is free for a student upon presentation of Hyogokko Kokoron card

Other Exhibitions on View

  • Sasabe Sakura Reference Room

“The Man of Sakura” and “The Fairy of Plants” -Sasabe Shintaro and Makino Tomitaro-

Period: Sep.13(Wed.) - Nov. 20(Mon.)
This exhibition brings together works of a Japanese botanist Makino Tomitaro, including his handwritten letter.
Please see the actual works and discover the relationship between Sasabe, who devoted his life to cherry blossoms, and Makino, who deeply loved plants.
  • Sake Reference Room

Sake Brewing Tools and Machines

Period: Sep.13(Wed.) - Nov. 20(Mon.)
Since the Edo period, Japanese refined sake has been made using wooden tools. Many of the tools used in sake brewing are similar in shape throughout the country, but regional characteristics are seen in some of the tools. 

This exhibition highlights the function and regional characteristics of sake brewing tools, and traces the transition of wooden tools to machines through modernization.

I’m deeply interested in the works of art depicting the four seasons and the items that make me feel the history.


Look! Various exhibitions are held as well as those related to sake and sakura!!