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Exhibit the West Lake diagram drawn by Yunoya school and Kano school

Kamisawa, known as the scenic landscape of the scenic waterfront. In the Edo period the name Kanazawa Hakkei became established, but in the Middle Ages, its scenic beauty was praised in the West Lake of Hangzhou, China. Nishiko Ume, which is reportedly transplanted from Hangzhou by Mr. Hojo Kanazawa who founded Kanazawa Bunko, will be the theme of Chinese poetry and painting, and we will follow the way that Zen monks' exchanges are born by such cultural activities. In addition, we compare the diversity of medieval landscape paintings by comparing Shogyo artist who studied painting industry in Kyoto, active in the eastern province, with Sesshu which was active in the West. In this exhibition, I will introduce the acceptance and development of the image of the waterside in the art of East Asia, centering on the ink painted ink painting, the West Lake figure which was drawn by Yunoya school and Kano school,

Special exhibition "West Lake Attractiveness – Exchange of Zen Monks over West Lake Plum and Dongguk Culture of the 15th Century"
[Date and time] September 22 (Sat) – November 11 (Sun) 9: 00-16: 30 (Admission is until 30 minutes before closing)
[Venue] Kanagawa Prefectural Kanazawa Bunko
[Closed day] Monday (September 24, October 8 is open), September 25 (Tue), October 9 (Tue)
[Fee] Over 20 years old ¥ 700, under 20 years old · Student ¥ 500, over 65, ¥ 200, high school student \ 100, junior high school student or under · person with a handicapped Person for free
[TEL] 045-701-9069 (Kanagawa Prefectural Kanazawa Bunko)
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    Yokohama City (excluding the Bay Area)

Kanagawa Prefecture Kanazawa Bunko

Kanazawa Bunko is back in the Kamakura period, a samurai bunko made in the house of Kanazawa (currently, Kanazawa Ward, Yokohama City) of Musashi County Hisashi Gifukori Rokura shrine real family Mr. Hojo clan (Mr. Hojo Kanazawa) family. It is not clear about the time of its creation, but it is thought to be about the first year of Construction (1275) in later life. The contents of the library were diverse in politics, literature, history, etc., and the collection policy was subsequently handed down to three generations, such as Time, Sadakuni, and Syuto, enriching the collection.

Mr. Hojo Kanazawa gave rise to destruction and destiny of the Kamakura shogunate in the 3rd year of Motohiro (1333), but since that time, the bunko was managed by the Kadenji temple of the adjacent Bodaiji temple and reached the modern era. The present Kanazawa Bunko was rebuilt as a facility in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1930 and has been acting as a medieval history museum since 1990 in 1990 as well. The prefectural Kanazawa Bunko will convey valuable cultural assets that convey the various aspects of the Kamakura period to today, to publish the results of its research and research through exhibitions and courses, and to make its role as a base for everyone's lifelong learning We are doing activities to fulfill.

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    Kanagawa Prefecture Kanazawa Bunko
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    Kanazawa cho Kanazawa-ku Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa prefecture 142
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    (Weekdays · Saturdays · Sundays · Holidays) 9: 00 ~ 16: 30 【Closed Mondays】 Every Monday (Open on the public holiday, closed on the next day of the holiday <When the day corresponds to Saturdays and Sundays>
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    【Adults】 ¥ 250, (under 20 years old and students) ¥ 150, (65 years old and above and high school students ¥ 100) 【Group view】 (adult) ¥ 150, (under 20 and students) ¥ 100 ※ Group There are over 20 people. ※ Special fee will be charged separately during the special exhibition.