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Through selected Chinese ceramics, feel the age and artistic qualities of ceramics

POLA MUSEUM OF ART Period: 2019.12.15-2020.04.05
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「Oriental ceramics」

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(TOP image) Fengqing Five-Color Flower and Bird Bunko (Kangxi Five-color) Jingdezhen Kiln 17th-18th Century Pola Museum of Art Collection

The Oriental Ceramic Collection of the Pola Museum of Art is made mainly in China, Japan and Korea, all of which are appreciation ceramic collections that focus on "appreciation". The collection is mainly made of Chinese ceramics, accounting for about 160 out of a total of about 200 items. We hope that you will be able to enjoy the era of ceramics that have been continuously made in eternal history through the selected Chinese ceramics, and the artistry of each piece.

Oriental ceramics
[Date] December 15 (Sun)-April 5, 2020 (Sun) 9: 00-17: 00 (Last entry 16:30)
* Open all day during the exhibition.
[Venue] Pola Museum of Art Exhibition Room 5
[Price] Adults ¥ 1,800, Senior discount (65 years old and over) ¥ 1,600, University and high school students ¥ 1,300, Junior high school students and younger free
[Organizer] Pola Art Foundation Pola Museum of Art
[Inquiry] 0460-84-2111


The Pola Museum of Art was opened in Hakone-machi, Kanagawa Prefecture in 2002 with the concept of "Symbiosis of nature and art in Hakone". The collection at the Pola Museum of Art was collected by Tsuneji Suzuki, the second generation of the Pola entrepreneur, for over 40 years. 10,000 points. Considering the nature and scenery of Hakone, the height of the building is 8 m above the ground, and many of the buildings are placed underground, so that they blend into the forest. The promenade was grand-opened in July 2013 in order to enjoy the rich nature of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. In the forest where beech trees grow, you can enjoy a natural walk along with the artworks.

Monet, Renoir and other Impressionists are the largest collections of Western paintings in Japan. You can relax and enjoy authentic works of art while in a tourist spot called Hakone. As one of our commitments, the lighting in the exhibition room is set at "July dusk in Paris" so that you can appreciate the impressionist works beautifully. In addition, you can enjoy the exhibition and seasonal visits without having to get tired, such as renewing original goods and restaurant course menus according to the theme of each exhibition. Spend a moment in the illuminated architectural space, where you can experience the rich collections and works of artists who are active in the forefront of modern times.

  • Address
    1285 Kozukayama, Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
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  • Business Hour
    [Opening hours] 9:00-17:00 (entry until 16:30), open all year round (temporary closure for exhibition change)
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    Possible (VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners, UnionPay)
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  • Average Usage
    [Admission fee] Adults: ¥ 1,800, large and high school students: ¥ 1,300, junior high school students and below: Free * Please check the official website for details such as usage fees.