YAMAGUCHI Akira “Healing Japanese Art–Jakuchū’s Solace and Togyū’s Comfort–” @Yamatane Museum of Art, Tokyo

2 December 2023 - 4 February 2024

Yamaguchi Akira’s artwork Portrait of OGAWA Usen is on display as part of the current exhibition, “Healing Japanese Art–Jakuchū’s Solace and Togyū’s Comfort–” at the Yamatane Museum of Art in Tokyo, running until the the 4th of February 2024. 


“Today, when daily life is scrambled and the state of the world remains unstable, “Mindfulness,” “Well Being,” and “Chill” have become the current keywords, words bearing a sense of our emotional fluctuations. The context that has brought those terms to the fore is the need to consider our own interior state and find healing for our hearts. In these disturbing times, the Yamatane Museum of Art is holding an exhibition that will, through appreciating Japanese art, heal our spirits.


Please enjoy a time of joyful healing in our pleasant galleries, where works of Japanese art that bring peace of mind are on display.” – Yamatane Museum of Art


<Opening period> Sat. 2nd Dec. 2023 – Sun. 4th Feb. 2024
<Opening hours> 10:00-17:00 (Last admission at 16:30)
<Closed>  Closed on 9th Jan., from 29th Dec. to 2nd Jan., and on Mondays, except for 8th Jan.
<Venue> Yamatane Museum of Art, Tokyo

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