Kamigata Ukiyoe Museum
A small museum that displays traditional Ukiyo-e prints depicting Kabuki actors.
This is the only museum in the world that features a permanent exhibition of Kamigata Ukiyoe, or Kamigata woodblock prints. Kamigata Ukiyoe were printed and sold in Kamigata―which is what the Osaka-Kyoto region was commonly called during the Edo Period (1603-1868). The Kamigata region, which in…
This museum is the only one in the world to have a permanent Kamigata Ukiyoe exhibit. Kamigata Ukiyoe are woodblock prints from the Kyoto/Osaka region that typically feature portraits of kabuki actors. The third floor of the building is dedicated to rice growing and the roof has been converted to a…
Located in Hozenji, Mizukake Fudoson in front of Osaka Sennichimae, the only museum in the world to permanently display the Ukiyo-e
“Museum for ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints) which mainly houses and displays a collection of popular Kabuki actor prints from the Bunka and Bunsei eras (late in the Edo period).”
Museum for ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints) which mainly houses and displays a collection of popular Kabuki actor prints from the Bunka and Bunsei eras (late in the Edo period).
““A mall dedicated to fashion that's directly connected to Subway Shinsaibashi Station.” ”
“A museum with a collection and exhibition of tea ceremony utensils collected for over 50 years by Mr. Teiichi Yuki.”
“A museum introducing Japanese mint. There is a quiet garden with cherry blossom trees. Miscellaneous currency collection museum.”