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The universe works in mysterious ways. Having studied ceramics, in particular the chemistry of glazes and glazing techniques at university level, and being in Japan looking at pottery as a souvenir to take home, to come across the Hamada Shoji exhibition at the Setagaya Art...More
We visited here before attending a family wedding in the private rooms and grounds. The grounds are lovely, well tended and peaceful, as a wedding venue it was fabulous. Whilst waiting for the wedding, we had a very nice lunch in the museum cafe ,...More
It was great to be out and about yoga district . The museum is very well kept. Right next to a green park which is buzzing with crickets , it is small yet very well organised place. I enjoyed looking at the work of local...More
We went to the Setagaya Art Museum specifically to see the Godzilla, Seven Samurai Reunited at Tokyo Exhibition. It took quite a while to get there and another 25 min walk from the station which is well signposted, through a nice neighborhood to the top...More
It would be just like a Cool Japan of 150 years ago. I clearly understood at this art exhibition that Japanese Ukiyoe gave a shock to the Impressionist painters in the late 19th century and strongly influenced their works.
Monet’s masterpiece, “La Japonaise”.