“Epilogues and Postscripts” and “Beauties of Folding Fans— Bijinga and Portraits”

Kampo Museum in Shiga

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[Epilogues and Postscripts]
Advances in printing technology from the Edo period onward led to mass publications. These writings often contained epigraphs or afterwords from the author or mentors, acquaintances, or famous authors. This exhibition focuses on these writings, examining their significance in publishing, how they reflected exchanges between persons of culture, and the literary styles of their times.

[Beauties of Folding Fans— Bijinga and Portraits]
Folding fans were widely used in the calligraphic arts. This exhibition presents folding fans featuring portraits, including bijinga pictures of beautiful women and paintings of historical events.

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from September 13, 2014 at 9:30 to November 24, 2014 at 17:00

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