Specters by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

In Japan, summer is synonymous not only with scorching weather but also with ghost stories. Right on time, Ota Memorial Museum of Art opens an exhibition displaying a series of yokai (monsters, ghosts, specters) by the last great ukiyo-e master, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi. The exhibition will include some of his most famous artworks such as “Yoshitoshi’s Selection of One Hundred Warriors: Kingo Chunagon Hideaki,” “Essays by Yoshitoshi: Takuto Tenno Chogai,” and “Ogre at the Rashomon Gate Attacking Watanabe-no Tsuna.”


Jul 29 2017 - Aug 27 2017


10:30 - 17:30


Adults: ¥1,000; college and high school students: ¥700; junior high school students and younger: free; groups of 10 or more: ¥100 discount each

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Ota Memorial Museum Of Art


Ota Memorial Museum Of Art
1-10-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

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