Tag Archives: Atami

Houkusai & Hirashige's ukiyo-e exhibition at MOA Atami

Posted on October 22, 2018 by Toothpicker

 
After my visit to Kyu Hyuga Bettei, I headed back to the train station to take a free shuttle bus to the MOA Museum of Art situated on the top of hill that overlooks the sea. Like Miho Museum in Kyoto, this private museum was opened in 1982 by the Mokichi Okada [...]

This post was posted in Exhibitions, Architecture, Travel, Art, Traditional arts & crafts, Anything Japanese, Japanese art, Contemporary, Japan, woodblock printing and was tagged with art and design exhibitions, Japanese art, contemporary architecture, Japanese architecture, woodblock printing, Atami, MOA Museum of Art, Hokusai, Hiroshige, ukiyo-e


Bruno Taut's only architecture in Japan: Kyu Hyuga Bettei

Posted on October 21, 2018 by Toothpicker

 
After traveling through the Kansai and Chubu regions during the first half of the trip, I finally reached the Kanto region, where I spent time the rest of stay in Tokyo and Kanagawa. From Tokyo, I took a train to the well-known hot spring seaside resort, Atami, which is less than an [...]

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