1 edition of Shibusawa Memorial Museum guide to the exhibits found in the catalog.
Shibusawa Memorial Museum guide to the exhibits
|LC Classifications||AM101.T55 S53 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||2009509463|
This unique museum stages exhibitions in the former residence of a prince, built in Art Deco style in the s, and in a modern annex. Exhibitions change periodically and cover various art forms, including paintings, sculptures, tableware and jewelery by mainly European, Russian and Japanese artists. Take a ride on Tokyo’s last operating tram to discover Old Tokyo’s Showa-era atmosphere and the forgotten district of Sanya. Discover a different side of Tokyo with a ride on Toden Arakawa Line, the last operating tram line in Tokyo.4/ TripAdvisor reviews.
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The museum was designed by architect Kiyonori Kikutake and houses o items, including letters, clothes and other commodities from World War II. The exhibits provide a clear view of the day-to-day struggles of regular citizens, both during and after the conflict. In this penetrating biography of Shibusawa Eiichi (), one of Japan's foremost entrepreneurs, Shimada Masakazu traces Shibusawa's youth, when he witnessed the decay of Japan's feudal society and experienced the benefits of modernization at first hand in Europe; his service in the Ministry of Finance of the new Meiji government in its early years; and his venture into business and.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Catalogs Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shibusawa Shiryōkan. Shibusawa Memorial Museum guide to the exhibits. Located inside Asukayama Park, the Shibusawa Memorial Museum honors Eiichi Shibusawa, founder of the standards of modern Japanese socioeconomics.
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This site is the memorial museum of Shibusawa Eichi, an important figure in modern Japanese economic history who is also known as the father of Japanese capital. menu search. search. The Ota Memorial Museum of Art in Harajuku is host to many temporary exhibitions showcasing many different styles of Japanese woodblock prints.
View Sight. Travel. Inside the entrance to the museum is a circular entrance hall with the information desk to the rightminute Movie To the left is the conference room where a minute movie on the life and work of Shibusawa Eiichi is shown on a inch screen.
An English version of the movie is available from the reception desk.-Bust of Eiichi. Museum that displays outstanding achievements of Eiichi Shibusawa If you visit Shibusawa Memorial Museum, you can know the excellent achievements of Eiichi Shibusawa (). He played major social roles from Edo Period (), Meiji Period (), Taisho Period () to Showa Period ().
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