“Kachō Kenran” The Ishiguro School of Japanese Sword Fittings Artists
The exhibition of Ishiguro school work of swordsmith that flourished in the late Edo Period
Chaser Ishiguro faction, is a major faction of swordsmith that flourished in the Edo of the late Edo period. Good skill for flowers and birds painting change weapon to art with a gorgeous characteristics. Edo period The faction has many disciples from the late Edo period to the end. The exhibition is able to watch the overwhelming works of Ishiguro faction world with its unique style. Also, you can see the swords by famous swordsmith to the Edo period from the Heian period, which is on permanent display.
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|Event Name||“Kachō Kenran” The Ishiguro School of Japanese Sword Fittings Artists|
|Venue||The Japanese Sword Museum|
|Dates||July 26, 2016 – October 30, 2016|
|Note||Closed on Mondays (Open if Monday is a national holiday)|
Last admission until 16:00
|Admission||General / 800 yen, members and students / 300 yen
Junior high school or less free
|Address||4-25-10 Yoyogi Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō|