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【しられざる みほとけたち】この冬、横浜の仏像ここに集結!
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2020.11.30

[Shizaru Mihotoketachi] Buddha statues in Yokohama gather here this winter!

横浜市歴史博物館 Holding period: 2021.01.23 ~ 2021.03.21
Ends in 55 days

「Special exhibition "Buddha statue in Yokohama-Shizaru Mihotoketachi"」

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In addition to the representative Buddhas that have been handed down in the Yokohama city area, the definitive edition of the Buddha statue exhibition in Yokohama, where secret Buddha statues and new Buddha statues that have been closed for a long time gather together!

This special exhibition is the first exhibition to comprehensively and systematically introduce Buddhist statues transmitted to the Yokohama city area. The city of Yokohama began a full-scale survey of sculpture cultural properties in 1970. With the enactment of the Yokohama City Cultural Properties Protection Ordinance in 1987, we have been conducting a more comprehensive survey of shrines and temples throughout the city. Based on the results of a cultural property survey spanning half a century, we will introduce the newly discovered and first-released "Shizuru Mihotoketachi", focusing on Buddhist statues from the Heian and Kamakura periods, and try to approach the real image of Buddhist culture in Yokohama. Thing.

The Buddhist statues in Yokohama, which have been preserved and handed down over time, range from statues with unique regional characteristics to sophisticated urban-style statues. Introducing Buddhist statues in Yokohama that show various appearances from time to time, reflecting changes in people's beliefs and aesthetics.

[Shizaru Mihotoketachi] Buddha statues in Yokohama gather here this winter!

[Shizaru Mihotoketachi] Buddha statues in Yokohama gather here this winter!

Special exhibition "Buddha statue in Yokohama-Shizaru Mihotoketachi" [Date and time] January 23, 2021 (Sat) -March 21 (Sun) 9:00 to 16:30 (Admission is until 16:00)
* Ticket sales are until 16:00.
* Some exhibitions will be changed during the exhibition period.
[Venue] Yokohama History Museum
[Closed] Monday
[Fee] General ¥ 1,000, high school / university student ¥ 700, elementary / junior high school student / Yokohama city resident 65 years old and over ¥ 500 (permanent exhibition not included)
[Organizer] (Public interest incorporated foundation) Yokohama City Furusato History Foundation, Yokohama City Board of Education
[Inquiries] 045-912-7777 (Yokohama History Museum)
[Information on timed online tickets] Please see the official website of the Yokohama History Museum for purchase and details. We recommend purchasing in advance.

  • Yokohama History Museum

Experience the entire history of Yokohama

The museum is popular for its circular permanent exhibition room with no fixed route and for its extensive exhibitions held 5 to 6 times a year.
This is the only museum that deals with the history of Yokohama from primitive and ancient times to modern times. Various events such as the manufacturing workshop "Rekishi Kobo" and lectures / lectures are also held.
In addition, there is "Otsuka Saikachi Ruins Park" adjacent to the museum, and the unevenness of the Yayoi period such as the pit dwelling has been restored. Volunteer guides will be available to explain the ruins park at any time.
Please come and experience it!

  • Address
    1-18-1 Nakagawachuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    045-912-7777
  • Business Hour
    9:00 to 16:30 (Admission and ticket sales until 16:00) * The park (excluding Otsuka Ruins) is open 24 hours a day

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