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Exhibition of
Mukai Junkichi Annex

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MUKAI Junkichi, Shunei [Miyamori Village, Kamihei District, Iwate Prefecture], 1976.

MUKAI Junkichi, Shunei [Miyamori Village, Kamihei District, Iwate Prefecture], 1976.

2020.06.02 - 10.04

MUKAI Junkichi: Travels and Japanese Folk Dwellings

Overview

The MUKAI Junkichi Annex will be reopening this spring after renovations underway since autumn 2019. This exhibition features MUKAI’s works depicting traditional Japanese houses in the midst of seasonal landscapes, which he produced while traveling around the country for four decades after World War II.
Also, on view are art supplies and utensils MUKAI used, maps, photographs, and folk crafts he brought back as souvenirs of his travels, as well as materials that convey the feeling of traveling in the countryside and viewing rustic folk dwellings.

Information

Dates:
Tuesday, June 02 - Sunday, October 4, 2020
*This exhibition will open from June 2 due to the far reaching impact of the COVID-19 infection.
Closed:
Mondays (except August 10 and September 21), August 11 and September 23.
Hours:
10:00AM-6:00PM (last entry: 30 minutes before closing time)
Place:
galleries, Mukai Junkichi Annex

Admission

Adults 200yen / Seniors(over 65) 100yen / University and high school students 150yen / Junior high and elementary school students 100yen
Group Discount
Adults 160yen / Seniors(over 65) 80yen / University and high school students 120yen / Junior high and elementary school students 80yen
*Discount applies to groups of 20 or more.
*Admission for visitors with disabilities is 100 yen. Students with disabilities, and one attendant per visitor with disabilities are admitted free of charge.
*Elementary and junior high school students are admitted free on weekends, national holidays, and during the summer holidays.

Overview

The MUKAI Junkichi Annex will be reopening this spring after renovations underway since autumn 2019. This exhibition features MUKAI’s works depicting traditional Japanese houses in the midst of seasonal landscapes, which he produced while traveling around the country for four decades after World War II.
Also, on view are art supplies and utensils MUKAI used, maps, photographs, and folk crafts he brought back as souvenirs of his travels, as well as materials that convey the feeling of traveling in the countryside and viewing rustic folk dwellings.