Koyano Museum of Antiques - Past Events

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

  • poster for Fan Exhibition

    Fan Exhibition

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    • Media: Painting - Crafts
    • 2016-02-01 - 2016-12-22

    Presenting some 300 folding fans, mainly from the Meiji through early-Showa eras.More »

  • poster for Comb, Hairpin, and Cosmetics Set Exhibition

    Comb, Hairpin, and Cosmetics Set Exhibition

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    • Media: Painting - Crafts
    • 2015-02-02 - 2015-12-25

    The desire to be beautiful, stylish, and lovely: these desires continue to exist from ancient times. Displayed are approximately 1500 pieces, from combs, ornate hairpins, and cosmetic goods that compliment...More »

  • poster for Footwear

    Footwear

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    • Media: Fashion - Product
    • 2014-02-21 - 2014-12-31

    An exhibition of geta sandals.More »

  • poster for Money Boxes and Treasure Ships

    Money Boxes and Treasure Ships

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    • Media: Product
    • 2013-01-04 - 2013-12-28

    An exhibition of antique children’s money boxes, lucky charms and treasure ship drawings dating to just after the War. More »

  • poster for Sewing and Lyrical Imagery

    Sewing and Lyrical Imagery

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    • Media: Illustration - Painting - Product
    • 2013-01-04 - 2013-12-27

    Exhibition of by works depicting the art of sewing dating to the Taisho and Meiji eras, featuring prominent “lyrical” painters such as Yumeji Takahisa, Koji Fukiya and Nakahara Jun’ichi.More »

  • Koyano Museum of Antiques 10th Anniversary Exhibition

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    • 2007-01-15 - 2007-12-20

    The exhibition will be held throughout the year 2007, and will have a total of 150 items from the Emperor's family, and from the Edo and Meiji periods on display.More »

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