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Digital Museum  2000 (The University Museum)

Distributed Museum Concept for the 21st Century

  With the background of recent developments in digital technology, the concept of a digital archive was born.(up 2008.04.03) 
Digital Museum  Memory of Jomon Period (The University Museum)
  The digital museum concept espouses the concept that the fusion of virtual museums comprising information with real museums comprising actual items is important to 21st century museums.
  The University of Tokyo has a wealth of materials about the Jomon Period, represented by the Yamanouchi Collection and the Collections of Morse from the shell mounds of Omori.
National Museum of Japanese History
  The permanent galleries draw on the long course of Japanese history and culture to present topics of significance to contemporary society, with special emphasis on the history of everyday life.
  Schedule : “Nishiki-e and Printing Blocks ”(Temporary)Date : 2009.2.24 - 2009.5.6
Tokyo National Museum
  Special Exhibition National Treasures from Yakushi-ji
Temple Tuesday, March 25 - Sunday, June 8, 2008
  Museum Shop: Best place for souvenir shopping!
Located in the basement of the Honkan(main building) and Toyokan, the Museum Shop offers a variety of items that have been made based on objects and motifs in the museum's collection.
Kyoto National Museum
  Here you will find the best-known works owned by and in the custody of the Kyoto National Museum, in an easy-to-maneuver format. Most of the works introduced here have multiple enlargements arranged so that you can explore works in depth.
  ..We hope you enjoy the numerous high-quality images in what we believe to be one of the most comprehensive collections of East Asian Art images on the Internet.
Nara National Museum
  Nara National Museum is nestled in a leafy corner of Nara National Park
near Todai-ji,Kofuku-ji,Kasuga Shrine and other ancient temples and shrines.
  The spacious grounds offer the visitor the perfect setting for coming in contact with the beauty
of Buddhist art and learning its history.We hope you enjoy your stay.
Kyushu National Museum (the Collection is here)
  Special Exhibitions:" National Treasures EMAKI from Kyoto National Museum "
2008 March 22 Sat. to June 1 Sun.
  Regular Exhibition:The Cultural Exchange Exhibition room is broadly located on the 4th floor of Kyushu National Museum. It usually displays approximately 800 pieces of cultural assets. But why is it called the ‘Cultural Exchange Exhibition’ and not just a ‘Permanent Exhibition’? The answer is in our aim to exhibit the Japanese history of cultural exchange.
The National Museum of Modern Art
  The National Museum of Modern Art,Tokyo was opened in 1952 as the first national museum of art in Japan. Exhibitions: The Museum and Crafts Gallery organize permanent exhibitions providing historical views of the diverse development of fine art and craftwork in Japan during 20th century. They also hold special exhibitions based on different themes and issues.
  Film Screenings:The National Film Center shows films regularly at the Cinema 1 hall on the 2nd floor under specific themes focusing, for example, on a particular director,period,or region. Books and periodicals on cinema can be viewed in the library on the 4th floor and non-film materials on cinema are on display in the gallery on the 7th floor.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto.
  Museum History:The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (MOMAK) was established on its present site on March 1, 1963 as The Annex Museum of The National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. Its building, formerly the auxiliary building of The Kyoto Municipal Exhibition Hall for Industrial Affairs, was granted from Kyoto City after restoration. On June 1, 1967, The Kyoto Annex Museum officially became The National Musuem of Modern Art,
  MOMAK is a national institution devoted to the collection and preservation of artworks and related reference materials of the twentieth century in Japan and other parts of the world. Particular emphasis is placed on artists or artistic movements in Kyoto and the Kansai area (the western region of Japan), such as Japanese-style paintings of the Kyoto School, while overviewing the mainstreams of Japanese modern art and craft movements as well as works from all over the world covering every genre of the crafts.
The University Museum
  The Present and Future of the University Museum.The history of The University Museum goes back to 1966, when the University Storage Center for Research Materials was founded.
  This institution served various faculties since 1966. The main objective of the University Storage Center was collecting, classifying and preserving natural, cultural and historical research materials, in order to make these accessible for research.
The National Museum of Art, Osaka
  we opened in 1977 with the primary aim of collecting, storing and displaying both Japanese and foreign contemporary art as well as conducting related research activities.
  With an exterior design inspired by the life force of bamboo and the development and cultivation of contemporary art, the new facility will serve as a public space that creates interaction between people and art, and provides an even more comfortable environment to appreciate art. 1
The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT),
  Instead of maintaining a permanent collection, NACT makes full use of its exhibition space, the largest in Japan (14,000 square meters), designed to accommodate the needs of various types of exhibition.
  Search The National Art Center, Tokyo + The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo Online Catalog
The National Museum of Ethnology
  Globalization seems to make our world become increasingly smaller, backed by the rapid flow and exchange of people, commodities, and information. Today we have easier access to what we want and enjoy greater convenience in everyday life. On the other hand, globalization has given rise to a number of problems such as conflicts of different cultural elements worldwide.
  The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) is an Inter-University Research Institute, housing a research center and museum all in one. It hosts an extensive collection of artifacts, some 255,000 in total, from all over the world. Of these, about 12,000 items are on display in the regular exhibition.
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Tokyo operacity Art Gallery
  As we take our first step in the 21st century, our intellects and emotions are becoming more and more the authorities we rely on. The vitality of individual life has been disappearing under the weight of Japan's economic growth, but to bring out the inherent human sparkle in our daily lives, fresh thinking and unique viewpoints presented through the medium of art can renew that vitality. At the same time they can give us pointers and hope for the future and the wealth of changes it will bring.
  Consisting of approximately 2,500 works, mainly by post-war Japanese artists, the collection includes oil paintings, watercolors, nihon-ga, prints, drawings, sculpture, and other media. It represents a bird's eye view of the massive variety of routes taken by post-war contemporary art in Japan.

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