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2023年度 展览会

  • Fukuda Kyokusui Gifu Lantern Shaped Confectionery Containers Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

    Fukuda Kyokusui
    Gifu Lantern Shaped Confectionery Containers
    Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

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    Special featured exhibition

    Ceramic Ware in the Foothills of Mt. Kinka

    January 27 (Sat), 2024 – March 31 (Sun), 2024

    Ceramics production flourished in the foothills of Mt. Kinka from the Edo period to the early Showa era, driven by individuals with a taste of refinement, such as Kuroda Rokuichiro and Ando Hyakkyoku, officials of the Gifu Magistrate's Office, Fukuda Kyokusui who established the brand “Kinkazan-yaki,” and Hayashi Kozo, a connoisseur of tea. This exhibition showcases a glimpse of cultural activities in the Mt. Kinka area through their works.

  • Golden Bat (The Advancing Japan Grand Exposition [Yakushin nihon daihakurankai] Commemorative Tobacco) Released in 1936 Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

    Golden Bat (The Advancing Japan Grand Exposition [Yakushin nihon daihakurankai] Commemorative Tobacco)
    Released in 1936
    Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

    结束

    Special featured exhibition

    Powerful Design in Compact Packages
    —from cigarette package designs—

    November 25 (Sat), 2023 – January 21 (Sun), 2024

    Package designs serve as the face of the product, featuring a variety of motifs. Among them are cigarette packages. Rooted in everyday indulgence, the package designs have tactfully captured the social atmosphere, incorporating elements from different eras, events, holidays, and scenic landmarks from different regions. These designs have been at the forefront of their time, not only delighting people's eyes but also exerting a significant influence on the evolution of package design, connecting the past to the present. We will now introduce you to this enchanting world.

  • Eight Scenes from the Stories of Famous Warriors: Evening Rain at Nagashino Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1868) Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

    Eight Scenes from the Stories of Famous Warriors: Evening Rain at Nagashino
    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1868)
    Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

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    Special featured exhibition

    Musha-e (Ukiyo-e prints of warriors)
    —Heroes of the Warring States period depicted in the era of peace—

    October 7 (Sat) – November 19 (Sun), 2023

    In the Edo era, “Musha-e” (Ukiyo-e prints of warriors) became a popular genre of art that depicted heroic figures from military tales and legends.
    It became one of the trending genres within the world of Ukiyo-e. In this exhibition, we showcase Musha-e featuring famous warriors in the Sengoku (Warring States) period, including Saito Dosan, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and more. Through this art, we introduce the heroic imagery that people in the era held in high regard.

  • Portrait of Yamada Seizaburo, from “Yoroden Shuisho (Letter of intent for Yoroden rice field)”, 1901 Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

    Portrait of Yamada Seizaburo, from “Yoroden Shuisho (Letter of intent for Yoroden rice field)”, 1901
    Owned by Gifu City Museum of History

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    Special featured exhibition

    The people who took on the challenge of river restoration
    —The modern flood control projects in Mino—

    August 11 (Fri/Holiday)–October 1 (Sun), 2023

    The flowing of the rivers Nagara, Kiso and Ibi, through the Nobi Plain have provided abundant blessings from antiquity, yet the area has always been plagued by frequent flooding. During the Edo period (1603–1868), vigorous flood control projects were carried out by the shogunate and feudal domains, but they were unable to completely eliminate water-related disasters. Even during the Meiji era (1868–1912), the promotion of flood control projects remained a significant challenge for the people living in the Kiso Three Rivers basins.

    In this exhibition, we will introduce the prominent figures who dedicated themselves to the river restoration in the Nobi region, such as Johannis de Rijke, Katano Manemon, Kanamori Kichijiro, and Yamada Seizaburo. Alongside them, we will also showcase modern flood control projects in Mino.

  • A jar with a footed base and a S-shaped rim, excavated from the ruins of Shironouchi Owned by the Gifu City Museum of History

    A jar with a footed base and a S-shaped rim, excavated from the ruins of Shironouchi
    Owned by the Gifu City Museum of History

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    Special featured exhibition

    Tools of the Great Past
    —Life and Food—

    May 27 (Sat)–August 6 (Sun), 2023

    The photo shows a jar with a footed base and a S-shaped rim that was used for boiling and cooking during the early Kofun period, excavated from the Shironouchi Ruins in Gifu City. It was made very thin compared to earlier earthenware, allowing heat to be transferred easily. The shape, size, and materials of such tools have changed significantly with changes in people's lifestyles and technological advances. In this exhibition, you will see a wide variety of tools related to "food" from the Jomon period onward, with a focus on artifacts excavated from archaeological sites in Gifu City.