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Kana no Mi Exhibition "Best Selection Works I Want to See Again"

 Calligrapher Tsuneko Kumagai (1893-1986) was active as a female kana calligrapher in the Showa period.And just before he died, I wrote "Thank you" and it was a brilliant writing.Tsuneko was so weak in her later years that she couldn't hold a brush, but she took the last one to express her gratitude to everyone.Critic Bunpei Tamiya (1937-2019) praised Tsuneko Kumagai's life as a calligrapher, saying, "There is something that captures the heart of a person and does not let go of it as a proof of the existence of a human being named Tsuneko Kumagai." Did.As the 30th anniversary of the opening of the museum, which marked the milestone of last year, this exhibition marks the excellence of Tsuneko, such as "Thank you" and "Happy Kouji" from among the works held by the museum with gratitude. We will introduce carefully selected books.

 This exhibition will consist of works by Tsuneko, who is very popular in the museum.Tsuneko was recommended by her teacher, Takakage Okayama (1866-1945), and exhibited at the book exhibition of Taito Shodoin, the main calligraphy organization at that time. In addition to exhibiting the company award-winning volume "Tosa Diary (First Volume)" (1933), based on the model received from Takakage, he studied "Yorozu no Kotowa" in his essay "Takuzokusa" ( 1933), "Tsuki no Ito Akaki" (1971), an essay "Pillow Soshi" exhibited at the Asahi Shimbun-sponsored exhibition of 1980 contemporary calligraphy, and "Takashikusa (Introduction)" (preface) exhibited at the Nitten exhibition in his last years. 1986) and other masterpieces of Tsuneko will be exhibited in one place.

Efforts regarding new coronavirus infection (please check before visiting)

July 3th (Sat) -November 7rd (Tuesday / holiday)

Schedule XNUMX:XNUMX to XNUMX:XNUMX (admission until XNUMX:XNUMX)
Venue Kumagai Tsuneko Memorial Museum 
Genre Exhibitions / Events

Ticket information

Price (tax included)

Adults (16 years old and over): 6 yen Children (XNUMX years old and over): XNUMX yen
* Free for preschoolers aged XNUMX and over (certification required).

Performers / work details

Tsuneko Kumagai << Yorozu no Kotoha (Tsunakusa) >> 46 (1971) Collection of Tsuneko Kumagai Memorial Hall

Inquiry

Sponsorship

Ota Ward Kumagai Tsuneko Memorial Hall

Phone Number

03-3773-0123