Kitaoji Rosanjin / A Revolutionary in the Art of Japanese Cuisine
A Revolutionary in the Art of Japanese Cuisine
Kitaoj Rosanjin (1883-1959) is young aspiring a calligrapher, has also worked as a seal‐ engraver, but he is potter widely known. Familiar with the old pottery, also Rosanjin that sees himself as a gourmet mainly created pottery for the Japanese tableware. Especially 1927, in the Hoshioka kiln was opened in Kamakura north, is mass production creativity is heavily indicated vessel of Rosanjin extend for 30 years, have been introduced into the world in such often pottery exhibition. This time, calligraphy and paintings along with the ceramics, such as lacquerware, you can touch the ingenious world Rosanjin creation.
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|Event Name||Kitaoji Rosanjin|
|Venue||Mitsui Memorial Museum|
|Dates||April 12, 2016 – June 26, 2016|
|Note||Holidays: Mondays （If Monday is a national holiday, the museum will be open on Monday)|
|Open Hours||10am to 5pm, entrance until 4:30pm|
|Admission||Adults: ¥ 1,300
High School and College Students: ¥ 800
Groups of 20 or more: free in parenthesis
|Address||Mitsui Main Building, 7th Floor, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Contact||03-5777-8600 (Japanese only)|