The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for The Pleasure Boats of the Yodo River Loved by Jakuchu, Okyo, and Buson

    The Pleasure Boats of the Yodo River Loved by Jakuchu, Okyo, and Buson

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    • Media: Painting - Crafts
    • 2015-07-25 - 2015-08-31

    Works by three famous Japanese artists depicting recreational boats on the Yodo River.More »

  • 2015 Architecture Design Exhibition

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    • Media: Architecture
    • 2015-07-04 - 2015-07-12

    An exhibition based on architecture design. This exhibition will be divided into two parts, with two separate themes. Part 1 “The Life of Architecture” and Part 2 “Japan’s Universities - Graduates Design...More »

  • poster for Cloth Dancing in the Wind— The Beauty of Ryukyu Dyeing and Weaving

    Cloth Dancing in the Wind— The Beauty of Ryukyu Dyeing and Weaving

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    • Media: Fashion - Crafts
    • 2015-05-30 - 2015-06-28

    The Ryukyu Kingdom of Okinawa boasts a rich culture of dyed and woven textiles. From the vivid, distinctive colors of bingata textiles developed for the Ryukyu dynasty to thread-woven Bashofu fabrics,...More »

  • Master Carpenter Masakiyo Nakai’s Work III

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    • 2015-04-25 - 2015-05-24

    Presenting materials related to castle craftsman Masakiyo Nakai from the Edo period. [Related Event] Lecture (in Japanese) Date: May.10 (Sun) 13:30-15:30 Participants: 200 Admission: Free Reservation...More »

  • poster for Namihana Hina Matsuri— Bringing Spring to Namihana

    Namihana Hina Matsuri— Bringing Spring to Namihana

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2015-03-08 - 2015-03-29

    A giant platform of some 1,000 hina dolls is presented in a collaboration between Setsunan University and the Osaka Museum of Housing and Living. Students were responsible for creating and exhibiting the...More »

  • poster for Master Carpenter Masakiyo Nakai and the Siege of Osaka Castle

    Master Carpenter Masakiyo Nakai and the Siege of Osaka Castle

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    • 2014-11-23 - 2014-12-21

    Presenting 100 selections from “The Documents of Master Carpenter Masakiyo Nakai,” a designated Important Cultural Property by a craftsman who participated in the winter Siege of Osaka Castle.More »

  • poster for Romantic Designs— Commercial Designs From the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Eras

    Romantic Designs— Commercial Designs From the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Eras

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    • Media: Graphics - Illustration
    • 2014-07-19 - 2014-08-31

    The public debut of a collection of 1,300 designs for ads, packages, and labels for daily goods ranging from cosmetics to sweets.More »

  • poster for Junzo Yoshimura “The Poetry of Living Space”

    Junzo Yoshimura “The Poetry of Living Space”

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    • Media: Architecture - Talks
    • 2014-05-31 - 2014-07-06

    The architect Junzo Yoshimura (1908–1997) is known for his original style of modernism incorporating elements of the traditions and natural environments of Japan. This exhibition introducing the beauty...More »

  • poster for Revisiting The Theaters of Dotonbori

    Revisiting The Theaters of Dotonbori

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    • Media: Painting - Prints
    • 2014-04-19 - 2014-05-25

    Next year will mark the 400th anniversary of Osaka’s famous Dotonbori Street, which boasts a long and rich history of Kabuki and other kinds theater. Recently discovered blueprints of the Five Dotonbori...More »

  • poster for Temma’s History and Town Development

    Temma’s History and Town Development

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    • Media: Painting - Sculpture - Talks
    • 2014-03-08 - 2014-04-06

    This exhibition traces the history of Osaka’s Temma district. Once the site of a riverside market, Temma flourished under the influence of merchants in the Edo era and became a popular amusement site with...More »

  • poster for Showa Sundays: Family Trips, Department Stores, and Movies

    Showa Sundays: Family Trips, Department Stores, and Movies

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    • Media: Sculpture
    • 2014-01-03 - 2014-02-14

    The 1960s and 70s, now receiving attention as a retro era, were a “golden age.” It was a post-war period of rapid economic growth and societal transformation that saw the emergence of a new culture and...More »

  • poster for Learning From Artisans— The Plans and Tools of Japanese Carpentry in Osaka

    Learning From Artisans— The Plans and Tools of Japanese Carpentry in Osaka

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    • Media: Sculpture
    • 2013-11-30 - 2013-12-23

    Carpentry is one fascinating aspect of Japanese architecture. This exhibition presents architectural plans, documents explaining carpentry techniques, and exquisite examples of tools loved by carpenters...More »

  • poster for Mucha and Living Art Nouveau

    Mucha and Living Art Nouveau

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    • Media: Illustration - Product
    • 2013-07-13 - 2013-09-01

    This exhibition introduces Belle Epoque culture from late 19th to early 20th century Paris through the works of Alphonse Mucha. While famous for his highly decorative posters, namely of actress Sarah Bernhardt,...More »

  • poster for The Faces of Residential Design - The Work of Kansai’s Young Generations

    The Faces of Residential Design - The Work of Kansai’s Young Generations

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    • Media: Product
    • 2013-06-01 - 2013-06-30

    The Kansai region, while having a refined tradition of teahouse architecture and townhouse culture on the one hand, it also is home to unique and forward-looking residential architecture. This exhibition...More »

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