Museum of the Imperial Collections


Museum of the Imperial Collections
Chinese lions by Kanō Eitoku (16th century)

The Museum of the Imperial Collections Sannomaru-Shōzōkan (三の丸尚蔵館?) is located on the grounds of the East Garden of Tokyo Imperial Palace. It showscases a changing exhibition of a part of the imperial household treasures. Entrance is free.

Contents

Selected artists

Nihonga

East Asian calligraphy

Modem Nihonga

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