Belgium and Japan

Depicting the Lights and Modelling the Life


TitleBelgium and Japan
Depicting the Lights and Modelling the Life
Open Hours10:00〜18:00(The Museum entrance closes at 5:30PM)
TicketAdults ¥800(¥600)
University students/High school students/Seniors (65 and older)  ¥600(¥500)
Junior high school students 
*( )=Group of 20 or more/Meguro Citizens
*Visitors with disability and one person accompanying them are admitted free of charge. (Please present certificate at the admission.)
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KOJIMA Torajiro, Belgian Girl in Kimono, 1910, oil, Takahashi City Nariwa Museum of Art

Under the main collection policy, MMAT has been collecting works by artists during their study-abroad period, and MMAT has the works by OTA Kijiro who studied in Belgium. Others who studied in Belgium are KOJIMA Torajiro, painter, and TAKEISHI Kozaburo, sculptor. We explore the Belgium art that they introduced to Japan, and learn its influence and phase of acceptance before WWII, paying attention also to publications and exhibitions at the time.
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