The Exhibition of the Sengoku Period
An exhibition covering 100 years of Sengoku Period, must-see history fans
The Sengoku Period(1454-1573) has long been seen as a period when Japan was in great turmoil due to a territorial dispute along with the decline of the Muromachi Shognate(1336-1573).
However, the Sengoku Period has been reconsidered in recent studies as being an era that helped in the maturation of politics and culture. Famous daimyo feudal lords made strong efforts to manage their territory and introduced Kyoto-born cultures such as painting, architecture and tea ceremony to their people.
This exhibition tries to express the reality of the period through dialogues with a number of heroes through historical documents and artistic crafts from various areas.
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|Event Name||The Exhibition of the Sengoku Period － A Century of Dreams －|
|Venue||Edo-Tokyo Museum Special Exhibition 1F|
|Dates||November 23, 2016 – January 29, 2017|
Mon (Open on Jan. 2,9,16), Dec.26 Mon.- Jan.1 Sun., 2017
Exhibit items are changed during the exhibition
|Open Hours||9:30 – 17:30 (Saturday：9:30 – 19:30)
※ Last admission is until 30 minutes before closing
College and vocational students: ¥1,080
Elementary, Junior high, High school students and seniors (65 and over): ¥680
|Address||1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo|