The Tomimoto Kenkichi Memorial Museum (富本憲吉記念館, Tomimoto Kenkichi Kinenkan) opened in Ando, Nara Prefecture, Japan in 1974. It is dedicated to the life and works of Tomimoto Kenkichi, who was born in the vicinity.
Awaji Island is an island in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, in the eastern part of the Seto Inland Sea between the islands of Honshū and Shikoku. The island has an area of 592.17 square kilometres ,. It is the largest island of the Seto Inland Sea.
Ando is a town located in Ikoma District, Nara Prefecture, Japan.
Mokichi-Kinenkan-mae Station is a railway station in the city of Kaminoyama, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company. It takes its name after the Mokichi Saitō Memorial Museum.
Hikaru Museum is a museum in Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, comprising exhibition rooms for fine arts, archaeological research, and history, including exhibitions of artifacts excavated from civilizations across the world and displays of the history of the old Hida Province of Japan.
The Hyōgo Prefectural Museum of Art is a purpose built municipal art gallery in Nada-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It was opened in 2002.
The Setagaya Art Museum is an art museum in Yōga, Setagaya, Tokyo. The museum, which opened March 30, 1986, houses a permanent gallery and mounts seasonal exhibitions.
The Japan Folk Crafts Museum is a museum in Komaba, Meguro, Tokyo, Japan, dedicated to the hand-crafted art of ordinary people (mingei).
The Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art is a private museum established in October 1964 in Tokyo, Japan.
Kumamoto Prefectural Ancient Burial Mound Museum is a museum of decorated kofun in Yamaga, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. The collection includes full-size replicas of the inner chambers of twelve tumuli.
The Sakamoto Ryōma Memorial Museum opened in the grounds of the former Urado Castle in Katsurahama, Kōchi, Japan on 15 November 1991. The collection includes correspondence and other documents by Sakamoto Ryōma and his contemporaries and there is also a library of over two thousand books relating to the Meiji Restoration.
Kenkichi is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
The Sugimoto Art Museum (杉本美術館) features the work of the Japanese painter Kenkichi Sugimoto (1905-2004) and is located in Mihama, Chita District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The museum is operated by the Meitetsu railway company.
Tomimoto Kenkichi was a Japanese potter and a Living National Treasure.
Irie Taikichi Memorial Museum of Photography Nara City opened in Nara, Japan, in 1992. Located near Shin-Yakushi-ji and designed by Kishō Kurokawa, the Museum was formerly known as the Nara City Museum of Photography (奈良市写真美術館). The collection includes the complete oeuvre of Irie Taikichi, some 80,000 works; a set of 1,025 Meiji and Taishō glass plates by Kudō Risaburō (工藤利三郎) that are a Registered Tangible Cultural Property; and photographs by Tsuda Yōho (津田洋甫).
Nara Prefectural Museum of Folklore opened in Yamatokōriyama, Nara Prefecture, Japan, in 1974. Located at the foot of the Yata Hills (矢田丘陵) within the 26.6 hectare Yamato Folk Park (大和民俗公園), the Museum collects, preserves, and displays artefacts relating to everyday life in Nara Prefecture from the Edo period to the Shōwa 40s. Among the forty-two thousand objects in the collection are 1,908 relating to forestry in the Yoshino District that have been jointly designated an Important Cultural Property. In the adjacent park are fifteen Edo-period minka, relocated from elsewhere in the prefecture, including the Former Usui Family Residence (旧臼井家住宅) (ICP).
Sesshū Memorial Museum opened in Masuda, Shimane Prefecture, Japan, in 1990. Located next to the site of the Daiki-an (大喜庵), said to have been the site of Sesshū's death and burial, the museum stages exhibitions relating to the artist and to the history of Masuda. The collection includes one Important Cultural Property, Sesshū's 1479 portrait of Masuda Kanetaka (益田兼堯); two Prefectural Cultural Properties, Yasutomi Family Documents (安富家文書) and Sufu Family Documents (周布家文書); and seven Municipal Cultural Properties, three scrolls with flowers and birds attributed to Sesshū, a pair of landscape byōbu by Unkoku Tōeki (雲谷等益), Daruma, Ikuzanshu, and Seiōgyū by the same painter, sailing boats in an autumn bay and travel through snow-covered mountains by the same artist, lotus and heron by Saitō Tōshitsu (斎藤等室筆), Daruma by Unkoku Tōoku (雲谷等屋), and Yoshida Family Documents (吉田家文書).
The Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art is a museum located in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. It features works from Shikō Munakata, a woodblock printmaker who was born in Aomori City. The museum was opened in 1975.
The Muro Saisei Kinenkan Museum is a museum in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. The museum is about the Japanese poet Murō Saisei.
Naitō Memorial Museum opened in Nobeoka, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan, in 1963. The collection relates to the history, culture, and folklore of Nobeoka with a particular emphasis on the Naitō clan; as of March 2015, it comprised some 53,000 archaeological materials, 11,780 historical materials, 3,200 folk materials, and 760 artworks. Currently being redeveloped at a projected cost of ¥2.8 bn, the museum is scheduled to reopen in 2022.
The Hongō Shin Memorial Museum of Sculpture, Sapporo opened in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan in 1981. In 1979, Sapporo-born sculptor Hongō Shin (本郷新) (1905–1980), donated to the city his studio and gallery, now converted into the Hongō Shin Memorial House, and many of his works. The following year, construction of a new museum began on land purchased adjacent to the Memorial House. The collection includes some 1,800 sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, and calligraphic works by Hongō Shin, as well as books, tools, and personal items relating to him, and those of other artists collected by him.
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