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PAST SPECIAL EXHIBITION



2019
p202001
  • No. 114
  • YAGU - Japanese Bedding Items
  • 夜具-夜のしつらい
  • 2019.9.10 - 11.8
  • Selected were boldly designed yogi and bedding fabrics from the Museum collection, as well as Japanese lighting devices used in the long evenings before sleep.
  • Press Release (PDF, in Japanese)
    • No. 107公開講座
    • 演題:「歌舞伎は<夜>をどう描いたか」
    • 講師:矢内 賢二 氏 (国際基督教大学上級准教授)
    • 日時:2019年10月26日 (土) 14:00~15:30
    • 会場:当館エントランスホール
    • 聴講無料・事前予約制(先着100名)
p201909
  • No. 113
  • The World of Late 19th Century Japan as Seen in Satirical Prints
  • 諷刺画にみる幕末から明治の庶民
  • 2019.4.9 - 7.12
  • Exhibited were satirical prints issued at the time of the Meiji Restoration, between the return of governing authority to the emperor and the surrender of Edo Castle. They were valuable historical documents, but also a repository of the feelings of common people at the time.
    • No. 106公開講座
    • 演題:「浮世明治維新―庶民から見た近代の分岐点」
    • 講師:M. ウィリアム・スティール 氏 (国際基督教大学名誉教授)
    • 日時:2019年6月1日 (土) 14:00~15:30
    • 会場:当館エントランスホール
    • 聴講無料・事前予約制(先着100名)
p201904
2018
  • No. 112
  • Stencil Creations: Katazome and Inbande
  • 型染と印判手
  • 2019.1.8 - 3.8
  • This show will display items on which designs are applied using stencils, such as indigo-dyed textiles and inbande ceramics.
    • No. 105公開講座
    • 演題:「湯浅コレクションの型染と印判手」
    • 講師:原 礼子 (当館学芸員)
    • 日時:2019年2月9日 (土) 14:00~15:30
    • 会場:当館エントランスホール
    • 聴講無料・事前予約制(先着100名)
p201901
  • No. 111
  • Bicentennial Anniversary of the Birth of Matsuura Takeshirō
    The One-Mat Room at ICU
  • 松浦武四郎生誕二百記念 ICUに残る一畳敷
  • 2018.9.11 – 11.9
  • This exhibition will feature the One-Mat Room created by Matsuura Takeshirō. It is part of one of the buildings designated as Tangible Cultural Properties located on the ICU Campus.
  • Press Release (PDF, in Japanese)
  • Catalog:The One-Mat Room Matsuura Takeshirō's Private Study
  • Symposium commemorating the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Birth of Matsuura Takeshirō, "Exploring the World of the One-Mat Room"
    • 松浦武四郎生誕二百年記念シンポジウム
    • 「一畳敷の世界を探究する」

    • 日時:2018年10月6日(土)13:00~16:30
    • 会場:国際基督教大学ディッフェンドルファー記念館東棟講堂
    • 基調講演:ヘンリー・スミス氏 (コロンビア大学名誉教授)
    • パネリスト:山本 命氏 (松浦武四郎記念館主任学芸員)
    •       三浦 泰之氏 (北海道博物館学芸主幹)
    • モデレーター:毛利 勝彦氏 (ICU教授、教養学部長)
    • 総合司会:ウィリアム・スティール氏 (ICU名誉教授)
    • 聴講無料・予約不要・定員400名(先着順) 開場 12:00
    • 主催:国際基督教大学 共催:三重県松阪市 後援:東京都三鷹市
p201809
  • No. 110
  • Unpacking Japanese Food Boxes
  • 携帯の形・ひらく弁当箱
  • 2018.4.10 – 7.6
  • Lunch boxes and portable food boxes from the museum collection that show a rich variety of shapes, designs, as well as storage and nesting systems are selected for display.
    • No. 104公開講座
    • 演題:「立体の形・模様の美」
    • 講師:清水 勇二 氏 (国際基督教大学教授)
    • 日時:2018年5月26日 (土) 14:00~15:30
    • 会場:当館エントランスホール
    • 聴講無料・事前予約制(先着100名)
p201804
2017
  • No. 109
  • Japanese Paper at Work
  • 紙の仕事
  • 2018.1.9 – 3.9
  • We hope to feature the light but strong quality and the beauty of items made of Japanese washi paper.
  • Press Release (PDF, in Japanese)
p201801
  • No. 108
  • Checks and Stripes
  • 縞と格子
  • 2017.9.12 – 11.10
  • A variety of items in checks and stripes from the Museum collection will be selected for this exhibition.
p201709
  • No. 107
  • Banks' Florilegium
  • ICU図書館所蔵 バンクス植物図譜4
  • 2017.4.4 – 6.17
  • The ICU Library houses the complete set of the Banks’ Florilegium. 91 prints from the New Zealand section will be displayed.
p201704
2016
p201701
  • No. 105
  • Indigo-dyed Work Clothes
  • 藍の仕事着
  • 2016.9.6 – 11.11
  • Hanten coats with shop names applied using the tsutsugaki technique, kimono in kasuri, as well as work clothes with sashiko stitching―this show will introduce the functional indigo-dyed cotton kimono made after the Edo period.
p201609
  • No. 104
  • Japanese Sake Utensils
  • 酒の器
  • 2016.4.12 – 7.1
  • This exhibition features Japanese sake utensils and related items from the Museum's lacquer and ceramics collection.
p201604
2015
p201601
  • No. 102
  • Japanese Lighting Devices
  • 昔のあかり
  • 2015.9.8 – 11.13
  • Japanese traditional lamps, lanterns and candlestands from the Museum collection will be displayed. These lighting devices were created as a result of small inventions and improvements.
p201509
  • No. 101
  • Children and Folk Toys of Japan
  • 子どもと遊び
  • 2015.4.7 – 7.3
  • Children's kimono, folk toys, as well as ukiyo-e from the Meiji to the early Showa period will be displayed. We hope to show the manners and customs of Japanese children through items selected from the Museum Collection.
p201504
2014
  • No. 100
  • Japanese Red and Black
  • 日本の色-赤・黒
  • 2015.1.6 – 3.13
  • Red and black are colors popularly used in Japanese arts and crafts. Items such as bowls, trays and boxes from the Museum's lacquerware collection will show the effect and beauty of these colors.
p201501
  • No. 99
  • The Beauty of Japanese Recycled Fabrics
  • よみがえる布-寄裂・裂織
  • 2014.9.9 – 11.14
  • This exhibition will feature yosegire, or patchwork fabrics, and will introduce the ingenuity of the Japanese people who economized cloths. Items will reflect the sentiments of the people who saved the lives of tiny pieces of the precious fabrics.
p201409
  • No. 98
  • Japanese Hand-painted Ceramics
  • 描かれた器
  • 2014.4.8 – 7.4
  • Blue and white plates, ishizara "stone" plates, sake utensils and lantern plates are selected from the Museum collection to show the variety of design on ceramics.
p201404
2013
  • No. 97
  • BANKS' FLORILEGIUM from the ICU Library Collection
  • ICU図書館所蔵による『バンクス植物図譜III』
  • 2014.1.7 – 3.14
  • Banks’ Florilegium is a set of copperplate engravings of exotic botanical illustrations collected by Sir Joseph Banks and his scientific team when they joined Captain James Cook’s first expedition around the world on HMS Endeavour (1768~1771). The ICU Library houses the complete set of the Florilegium in its collection, and this exhibition will feature prints from the flora of New Zealand.
p201401
p201309
  • No. 95
  • Counter Culture
  • コンビニ・これって民藝?
  • 2014.4.9 – 7.4
  • This exhibition features Museum’s mingei collection and items one encounters in a konbini, or a “convenient store.” Organized in collaboration with Prof. Gavin H. Whitelaw (ICU), we bring together items that we tend to overlook at a konbini in everyday life, and attempt to see if we are able to extract elements of mingei from them.
p201304
2012
  • No. 94
  • Japanese Ikat - Techniques and Beauty
  • 絣の技と美
  • 2013.1.8 – 3.15
  • Kasuri are “splash-patterned” fabrics made by dyeing threads before they are woven. Various patterns, from geometric to pictorial, may be produced by carefully combining dyed and undyed parts of warp and weft threads. This exhibition will feature Japanese Indigo-dyed kasuri.
p201301
  • No. 93
  • Poking Fun at the Restoration: Satirical Prints in Late 19th Century Japan
  • 幕末から明治の諷刺画
  • 2012.9.4 – 11.16
  • Japanese satirical prints (fushiga) will be selected from the Museum and private collections. These prints depict the social and political concerns of the commoners of the Bakumatsu-Meiji period.
  • Catalog:Poking Fun at the Restoration: Satirical Prints in Late 19th Century Japan
p201209
  • No. 92
  • Packables and Portables
  • はこぶ知恵
  • 2012.4.3 – 7.13
  • This exhibition features “packable and portable” items from the Museum collection. Portable food boxes, lunchboxes, lighting devices as well as wrapping cloths will be displayed.
p201204
2011
  • No. 91
  • Cosmetic Utensils of the Edo Period
  • 江戸の化粧道具
  • 2012.1.10 – 3.16
  • Edo period cosmetic utensils such as bronze mirrors with handles, makie-lacquered, mirror stands and items especially used for teeth-blackening (a popular custom until the early Meiji period) will be displayed.
p201201
  • No. 90
  • The Design of Katagami
  • 型紙のデザイン
  • 2011.9.6 – 11.18
  • Today, it is well known that Japanese paper stencils (katagami) have influenced Western artists when Japonisme was popular. We will introduce the variety of stencils from the Museum collection.
  • Catalog:Japanese Paper Stencil Designs
p201109
  • No. 89
  • Japanese Design IX - Landscapes
  • 日本の文様9「風景・風物」
  • 2011.4.5 – 7.15
  • The Museum has held special exhibitions featuring traditional Japanese design since 1986, starting with the "Pine, Bamboo and Plum," and this exhibition marks the ninth in the series. We have selected about 100 items mostly from the Museum collection with landscape designs.
p201209
2010
  • No. 88
  • Children's Kimono and Folk Toys
  • 子供の着物と玩具
  • 2011.1.11 – 3.18
  • Children's kimono, ranging from indigo-dyed everyday items to formal wear will be displayed. Folk toys and dolls from the Museum collection will be shown as well.
p201101
  • No. 87
  • Japanese Lamps and Lanterns
  • あかり展
  • 2010.9.7 – 11.20
  • Japanese lamps and lanterns will be selected from the Museum collection for this special exhibition.
p201009
  • No. 86
  • Inbande Patterns
  • 印判手にみる文様
  • 2010.4.13 – 7.2
  • Decoration for blue and white ceramics is either hand done, in which case no two pieces are identical, or applied with the aid of transfers or stencils, thereby reproducing identical patterns many times over. The latter is referred to as inban, and a term inbande is given to the pottery or porcelain decorated by this method. This exhibition features 430 inbande items selected from the Yuasa Collection.
p201004
2009
  • No. 85
  • Banks' Florilegium
  • バンクス植物図譜~ICU図書館所蔵資料より~
  • 2010.1.12 – 3.19
  • The ICU Library houses the complete set of Banks Florilegium in its collection. Following the 2006 exhibition which displayed 157 prints from the section of Australia, the Museum plans to show the next set of prints in sequence.
p201001
  • No. 84
  • Tsutsugaki: The Art off Freehand Design
  • 筒描(つつがき)
  • 2009.9.8 – 11.20
  • Tsutsugaki is one of the traditional Japanese hand-painted resist-dye techniques. Indigo-dyed bedding fabrics, wrapping cloths as well as some ceramic examples that use similar techniques will be displayed.
p200909
  • No. 83
  • Exhibition of Festive Utensils
  • 宴の器
  • 2009.4.7 – 7.3
  • Japanese people have enjoyed feasting both indoors and outdoors since the old times. For this special exhibition, items such as bowls, trays, elaborate lunch boxes and sake utensils made for parties and special occasions are selected for display from the lacquerware collection of the Yuasa Museum.
p200904
2008
  • No. 82
  • CHIKANOBU: Modernity and Nostalgia in Japanese Prints
  • 帰ってきた浮世絵 CHIKANOBU –米国スクリプス大学コレクションより
  • 2009.1.13 – 3.19
  • For the first time in Japan, this exhibition will show the ukiyo-e prints by Chikanobu in the collection of Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College (Claremont, California). It will be based on the special exhibition entitled "CHIKANOBU-Modernity and Nostalgia in Japanese Prints" curated by Prof. Bruce A. Coats. It will also show Meiji period ukiyo-e prints from the Museum collection.
p200901
  • No. 81
  • The Art of Japanese Stitching
  • 刺子の技と美
  • 2008.9.9 – 11.21
  • Sashiko wrappers and bags as well as kogin kimono from Tsugaru region will be on display. These items will show the beauty of design and pattern created by stitching that was originally done for mending and reinforcing.
200809
  • No. 80
  • Form and Function of Japanese Ceramics
  • やきもの・用と形
  • 2008.4.8 – 7.4
  • Plates, bowls, storage jars, lighting devices, sake utensils—today, ceramics are indispensable in our daily life. Featuring items from the Museum collection, the exhibition is designed to show and to recognize the interesting forms and designs brought about by function. (Sherds from areas such as Kyushu, Seto and Mino regions will be on display as well.)
200804
2007
  • No. 79
  • Ukiyo-e Prints from the Late Edo to the Meiji Period
  • 幕末・明治の浮世絵
  • 2008.1.8 – 3.19
  • This exhibition will show ukiyo-e prints, mainly fushiga (political cartoons) from the university collection together with the collection on loan to the Museum.
200801
  • No. 78
  • Ikats from Indonesia
  • インドネシアのイカット
  • 2007.9.11 – 11.22
  • This exhibition will feature Indonesian ikats from the Museum collection.
200709
  • No. 77
  • 25 Keys to Understanding the Museum Collection
  • 湯浅コレクションに親しむ 25の鍵
  • 2007.4.10 – 7.6
  • The ICU Hachiro Yuasa Memorial Museum celebrates its 25th anniversary year since its inauguration in 1982. This special exhibition is designed to show the essence of the Museum collection with 25 key items.
  • Catalog:25 Keys to Understanding the Museum Collection
200704
2006
  • No. 76
  • Japanese Design VIII - Characters
  • 日本の文様8「文字」
  • 2007.1.9 – 3.23
  • This exhibition will introduce items from the Museum collection with design of characters and calligraphy. It will show a variety of items from fabrics, paperwork, ceramics and metalwork collections.
200701
  • No. 75
  • Japanese Patchwork: Yosegire
  • 日本のパッチワーク 寄裂(よせぎれ)
  • 2006.9.5 – 11.18
  • This exhibition will feature items such as work kimono, childrens' kimono and futon, all of which were made by sewing together tiny pieces of priceless fabric.
200609
  • No. 74
  • Banks' Florilegium from the ICU Library Collection
  • バンクス植物図譜~ICU図書館新収蔵資料より
  • 2006.4.4 – 7.14
  • The ICU Library has been collecting the Banks' Florilegium, aiming at the acquisition of the complete set. This exhibition will show the first 157 prints from the section which covers the flora of Australia.
p200604
2005
  • No. 73
  • Children's Kimono and Baby Towels
  • 子供の着物と孫ごしらえ
  • 2006.1.10 – 3.24
p200601
p200509
  • No. 71
  • Mingei and Hachiro Yuasa
  • 湯浅八郎の民藝
  • 2005.4.5 – 7.1
p200504
2004
  • No. 70
  • Selected Items from the Yuasa Collection
  • 収蔵品展
  • 2005.1.11 – 3.4
p200501
  • No. 69
  • Japanese Bedding: Yogi and Yagu
  • 夜具と夜着
  • 2004.9.7 – 11.20
p200409
  • No. 68
  • Japanese Sake Utensils
  • 酒器展
  • 2004.4.6 – 7.2
p200404
2003
  • No. 67
  • UCHIORI: The World of Miniature Kimono Woven with Homespun Silk Threads
  • うち織-縮小された着物にみる縞模様
  • 2003.12.9 – 2004.3.5
p200312
  • No. 66
  • Photo Exhibition: Flowers on the ICU Campus
  • 写真展:ICUキャンパスに息づく植物・言葉
  • 2003.9.2 – 11.22
p200309
  • No. 65
  • Japanese Blue
  • 日本の色-藍
  • 2003.4.3 – 7.4
p200304
2002
  • No. 64
  • The Art of Japanese Paperworks
  • 紙の工芸
  • 2002.12.3 – 2003.3.7
p200212
p200209
  • No. 62
  • Japanese Chests and Boxes
  • 日本の箱
  • 2002.4.3 – 7.5
p200204
2001
  • No. 61
  • Japanese Mirrors and Sword Guards
  • 鏡と鐔
  • 2001.12.4 – 2002.3.8
p200112
  • No. 60
  • Ceramics from the Museum Collection
  • やきもの・せともの
  • 2001.9.4 – 11.22
p200109
  • No. 59
  • Seeing the Other
  • 異国を観る
  • 2001.4.4 – 7.6
p200104
2000
  • No. 58
  • Japanese Dolls
  • 郷土の人形
  • 2000.12.5 – 2001.3.9
p200012
  • No. 57
  • Fabrics from the Islands
  • インドネシアの染織-イカットを中心に
  • 2000.9.5 – 11.22
p200009
  • No. 56
  • Japanese Lacquerware
  • 漆の器
  • 2000.4.4 – 6.30
p200004
1999
  • No. 55
  • Japanese Arts and Crafts from the Othmer Collection
  • オスマー氏寄贈コレクションによる日本の工芸
  • 1999.12.7 – 2000.3.10
p199912
  • No. 54
  • Crafts fro Papua New Guinea
  • パプア・ニューギニアの工芸
  • 1999.9.2 – 11.20
p199909
  • No. 53
  • Yuasa Hachiro and Mingei
  • ICU: the First 50 Years - FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF TOMORROW
  • 湯浅八郎と民藝
  • ICU創立50周記念特別展「明日の大学をめざして」
  • 1999.4.2 – 7.9
p199904
1998
  • No. 52
  • Japanese Wrapping
  • 日本の美-包む
  • 1998.12.8 – 1999.3.12
p199812
  • No. 51
  • Japanese Cake Molds
  • 菓子の木型
  • 1998.9.11 – 11.21
p199809
  • No. 50
  • Banks' Florilegium
  • ソシエテ諸島の植物
  • 1998.6.2 – 7.17
  • No. 49
  • Edo Period Painted Banners from the Kitamura Collection
  • 北村勝史氏所蔵 江戸期の絵幟
  • 1998.4.4 – 5.23
p199804
1997
  • No. 48
  • Japanese Daily Ceramics
  • 暮らしの中のやきもの
  • 1997.12.2 – 1998.3.12
p199712
  • No. 47
  • Japanese Ikat
  • 織田コレクションによる日本の絣
  • 1997.9.2 – 11.22
p199709
  • No. 46
  • Japanese Lunch Boxes and Picnic Utensils
  • 物見遊山の道具と器
  • 1997.4.3 – 7.11
p199704
1996
  • No. 45
  • Japanese Design VI - Birds and Animals
  • 日本の文様6「動物文」
  • 1996.12.3 – 1997.3.14
p199612
  • No. 44
  • Japanese Lighting Devices
  • 灯火とくらし
  • 1996.9.3 – 11.22
p199609
  • No. 43
  • Children's Kimono
  • こどもの着物
  • 1996.4.3 – 7.12
p199604
1995
  • No. 42
  • Banks' Florilegium from the ICU Library Collection
  • ICU図書館所蔵 バンクス植物図譜
  • 1996.1.9 – 3.22
p199601
  • No. 41
  • Peace Art Show: Art from the Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb ~ New Mexico USA
  • 平和美術展
  • 1995.12.5 – 12.12
p199509
  • No. 39
  • Japanese Cosmetic Utensils
  • みだしなみ-江戸時代の化粧道具を中心に
  • 1995.4.4 – 7.14
p199504
1994
  • No. 38
  • Kitchen Utensils
  • 台所の道具
  • 1994.12.6 – 1995.3.3
p199412
p199409
  • No. 36
  • Japanese Auspicious Forms
  • 祝いのかたち
  • 1994.4.5 – 7.15
p199404
1993
  • No. 35
  • Exhibition of Seto Plates
  • 瀬戸の絵皿
  • 1993.12.1 – 1994.3.4
p199312
p199309
  • No. 33
  • Japanese Design IV - FLOWERS
  • 日本の文様4「花による文様」
  • 1993.4.6 – 7.16
p199304
1992
  • No. 32
  • Tunnel Tombs: The Road to the Nether World
  • 黄泉の国への路-その造形・横穴墓
  • 1993.2.16 – 3.23
  • No. 31
  • New Acquisitions
  • 新収蔵品展
  • 1992.12.8 – 1993.2.5
p199212
  • No. 30
  • Stenciled and Molded Patterns
  • 型による文様
  • 1992.9.8 – 11.21
p199209
  • No. 29
  • Mingei: Function and Beauty
  • 開館10周記念展 用と美
  • 1992.4.1 – 7.17
p199204
1991
  • No. 28
  • American Antique Quilts from the Fumie Ono Collection
  • 小野ふみえコレクションによるアメリカン・アンティーク・キルト展
  • 1992.3.3 – 3.19
p199203
  • No. 27
  • Yokohama Prints and Illustrations from the ICU Library Collection
  • ICU図書館所蔵 横浜絵・挿絵
  • 1991.12.3 – 1992.2.22
p199112
  • No. 26
  • Packables and Portables
  • 収納と携帯の工夫-いれる・かさねる・はこぶ
  • 1991.9.10 – 11.22
p199109
  • No. 25
  • Japanese Recycled Fablics
  • 裂織・屑織・寄せ裂-ぼろから生まれた宝物
  • 1991.4.2 – 7.19
p199104
1990
  • No. 24
  • Daily Utensils from an Edo Site
  • 江戸の出土品
  • 1990.12.1 – 1991.3.1
p199012
  • No. 23
  • Japanese Lamps and Lanterns
  • あかりの道具
  • 1990.9.1 – 11.22
p199009
  • No. 22
  • Japanese Ikat Weaving
  • 日本の織物-絣
  • 1990.4.3 – 6.30
p199004
1989
  • No. 21
  • Japanese Design III - Auspicious Symbols
  • 日本の文様3「吉祥文」
  • 1989.12.1 – 1990.2.24
p1988912
  • No. 20
  • Japanese Cakes and Cake Molds
  • 菓子型展
  • 1989.9.1– 11.22
p1988909
  • No. 19
  • Japanese Blue and White Inbande
  • 明治のうつわ 印判の染付
  • 1989.4.1 – 6.30
p1988904
1988
  • No. 18
  • ICU ARCHAEOLOGY 1986–1988
  • ICU発掘調査の成果1986 – 1988
  • 1988.12.1 – 1989.3.4
p1988812B
  • No. 17
  • Japanese Traditional Design II - AUTUMN
  • 日本の文様2 「秋」
  • 1988.9.1 – 11.26
p1988809
  • No. 16
  • Japanese Traditional Woodwork
  • 木とくらし
  • 1988.4.1 – 6.30
p1988804
1987
  • No. 15
  • Exhibition of Sake Utensils
  • 酒のうつわ
  • 1987.11.10 – 1988.3.26
p1988803
p198706_1 p198706_2
1986
  • No. 13
  • New Acquisitions
  • 新収蔵品展
  • 1986.12.9 – 1987.5.30
p198703
p198605 p198610
1985
  • No. 11
  • Japanese Traditional Design I - Pine, Bamboo and Plum
  • 日本の文様-松竹梅
  • 1986.1.7 – 4.26
p198601
  • No. 10
  • ICU Archaeology '84 – '85
  • ICU発掘調査の成果 '84–'85
  • 1985.10.1 – 12.21
p198510
  • No. 9
  • 雛形にみる友禅の裾模様
  • Samples of Yūzen Dyeing
  • 1985.8.27 – 12.21
p198503_2
1984
  • No. 7
  • Exhibition of New Acquisitions
  • 新収蔵品展
  • 1984.10.2 – 1985.3.2
p198410 p198503_1
  • No. 6
  • Photo Exhibition - Plants on ICU Campus
  • 写真展 ICUキャンパスの植物
  • 1984.6.8 – 9.30
p198406
1983
  • No. 5
  • Bath Towels for the New Born Baby
  • 出雲の孫ごしらえ-産湯布展
  • 1984.1.7 – 6.7
p198403
  • No. 4
  • Excavations at ICU in 1983
  • ICU構内遺跡83度出土品展
  • 1983.10.30 – 12.22
p198311
  • No. 3
  • KUZUITO-ORI
  • くずいとおり展
  • 1983.5.23 – 10.29
1982
  • No. 2
  • TSUTSUGAKI, Starch Resist Dyeing Fabrics
  • 筒描染展
  • 1983.1.8 – 3.26
  • No. 1
  • Dr.Yuasa and His INBANDE Collection
  • 湯浅八郎博士と印判手
  • 1982.6.1 – 12.24
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