The curtain of the era of Reiwa has opened

"Reiwa" is a era selected from the ancient Japanese songbook "Manyoshu". In the north-west corner of the “Meguro Kuminkan Campus”, there is a monument of the Manyoshu. The song has a three-rock song carved on a circular stone. These songs were enshrined by Ebara-gun (the area of southwest Tokyo including Meguro-ku) around the 8th century (Sakimori: military personnel guarding the border between the ancient Chinese continent and the Korean peninsula and Kyushu) and his wife It is Since the song was a period without hiragana characters and katakana characters, it is written in many leaf kana with the dialect of the eastern country (near the Kanto region including the present […]

Thank you Heisei Welcome Reiwa

The Heisei era reaches the end day today. From tomorrow on it will be a period of demeanor. Why don't you travel the history of modern Japanese literature while sucking in new air? The Modern Japanese Literature Museum holds an exhibition of Osamu Dazai to commemorate the 110th anniversary, and Yasunari Kawabata's youth exhibition. Specifically, from the following link. Japan Modern Literature Museum coffee & beer BUNDAN

We renewed the page of Earthquake and Weather information, Tidbits of Meguro!

I renewed part of function of the application. The main changes are as follows. Tidbits of Meguro ・I added Yamate Seven Luckey God as contents. Earthquake and Weather Info ・When weather warning appears, I inform it by a new article. ・I offered the rain situation, river information in a page of the weather information and started. ・I offered the service information of the railroad in real time and started. ・I changed other designs partly.

Graphic in end of a century Vienna For the design and living complete reformation.

Graphic in end of a century Vienna For the design and living complete reformation.

The National Museum of Modern Art Kyoto warehouse -Graphic in end of a century Vienna For the design and living complete reformation.Since its opening in 1987, the Meguro Museum of Art has focused on areas such as life art, design and architecture, as well as contemporary art, and has been reflected in the activities of planning exhibitions and workshops. Among them, the “Ueno Isaburo + Litchi Collection Exhibition-from Vienna to Kyoto, from Architecture to Craft” held in 2009, with the cooperation of the Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art Ueno Isaburo, who studied architecture with Josef Hoffmann, and the works / documents of Felice Licks (Lichi Ueno), who worked as a designer at the Vienna Studio, were presented together.

In 2015, the collections of the Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art were newly added with the end of the century’s excellent graphic works. A collection of works with diverse expressions, such as prints and illustration books produced in Vienna at the time, and their original drawings, bindings and original pictures of murals, a collection collected by Mr. Hiraaki Izuru, founder of the apparel company cabin. is. Then, from January to February 2019, the entire collection of the collection was introduced at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. Following this, at the Meguro Museum of Art this spring, we will hold a “Graphic of the End of the Century Vienna” exhibition.

The suitable artistry and the state of the design were groped after by Gustav Klimt, Joseph and Hoffmann and others the new time in Vienna in the
From the establishment of the Vienna separatists in 1897 to the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, in Vienna from the end of the century to the beginning of the twentieth century, Gustav Klimt and Joseph Hoffmann and others, art and design appropriate for the new era The way of being was explored, and many wonderful works such as paintings, sculptures and architecture were born. Above all, the graphic field has made remarkable progress on the background of the development of printing technology and the rise of magazine media, and has played an important role in informing people of new artistic trends and instilling it in society.

The exhibition features a collection of about 300 large graphic works from the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, plus plaster statues by Richard Lucsch, also from Hirai, and valuable Adolf Roth’s furniture, as well as the end of the century. We will tell you about Vienna’s breath and charm.

Dates: From Saturday, April 13, 2019, Sunday, June 9, 2019

Time :10:00-18:00 (for an entry, to 17:30) is corrected on
closed: Monday, April 29 (Monday . national holiday) and May 6 (Monday . kyuu) are opened and April 30 (Tuesday . kyuu) and Tuesday, May 7 are closed.
Admission: General 800Yen (600Yen) ring/Odaka draft beer and 1 person who are 600Yen (500) yen/the person who has Onaka raw no charge * a person
with disabilities pocket diary and the chaperon person more than 65 years old are free.
* (), Inside is the group rate of more than 20 people.
* When you show certificate kinds at a reception desk, a person of residence in Meguro-ku, working and a student will be the group rate.
* A discount can’t be used variously. Meguro-ku museum of artcreator>
03-3714-1201 mail>
http://mmat.jp/

Aizome’s iris Motohiko Katano’s work

A leader of the iris dying by the natural indigo blue and Motohiko Katano introduce a kimono, ornamental cloth and a gem of a shop curtain of the iris dying by Aizen who produced in the center. A leader and Motohiko Katano of the iris dying by the

natural indigo blue introduce a kimono, ornamental cloth and a gem of a shop curtain of the iris dying by Aizen who produced in the center. Motohiko Katano who established the original technique which is learned about as a leader of the iris dying by the natural indigo blue and called “Katano kou” (1899-1975). Katano introduces a kimono, ornamental cloth and a gem of a shop curtain of the iris dying by Aizen who produced at this show. It’s exhibited together with Kaori Katano’s (1932-2016) work for my father and the iris dying author who kept supporting Motohiko’s work. Please be satisfied with charm of the iris dying indigo blue and white create.

Closed: Monday (But, it opens on May 6 on April 29.) and May 7

Opening hours :10:00-17:00 (for an entry, to 16:30)

Admission: The public of 1100 yen/a college student and a high school student: of 600 yen/a junior high school student and elementary students: of 200 yen

■ Memorial
lecture meeting “Motohiko Katano”

Instructors:
Takumi Fujimoto (photographer)
date: 18 May 2019 (Saturday) 18:00-19:30
meeting place: Nihon Mingei Kan (The Japan Folk Crafts Museum) big exhibition room entrance
fee: 300 yen (Special admission is needed.),
quota: 100 person (reservation-required) NIHON MINGEI-KAN:The Japan Folk Crafts Museum 03-3467-4527 mail>
http://www.mingeikan.or.jp/

The cherry Blossoms also became a last .hot day in the bloom snowstorm

This weekend is the last time to have a drink and a cherry blossom viewing. Please go to see the cherry blossoms in Meguro by all means. < A href = "https://meguro.kokosil.net/en/place/00001c0000000000000200000059017d" > Meguro River < img src = "https://home.meguro.kokosil.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/90452F0F-0831-46EC-8F45-CFDBD99564B3-300x300.jpeg" alt = "" Width = "300" height = "300" class = "Alignnone size-medium wp-image-6088"/>