This exhibition presents the creative notion of “monozukuri,” for which Japan is renowned worldwide, by shedding light on the work and life of craftsmen active in Edo-Tokyo, and includes the first public exhibition in Japan of works from the Japanese collection of European nobleman the Count of Bardi (at the Museo d’Arte Orientale di Venezia), who visited Japan in the early Meiji period.
Exhibition period: Saturday, February 8 to Sunday, April 5, 2020
Days Closed: Mondays (however, exhibition will be open February 24), Tuesday, February 25
Location: Edo-Tokyo Museum, Special Exhibition Room (1st Floor)
List of Work: Click here to view the list.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum was opened in 1993 and has been in operation for about 30 years. During this time, the museum's facilities and equipment have deteriorated over the years, and the museum will be closed for major renovations, including a complete renewal of equipment and facilities.