Kuniyoshi was a beloved illustrator in Japan from the 1800s. Many of his pictures can be seen at this exhibit, which includes Kuniyoshi's famous warriors and brave hero figures. Additionally, you can see his images of landscapes, caricatures, and beautiful women. This exhibition exhibits almost all pictures from “One Hundred and Eight Heroes from Tales of the Water Margin”, which was a popular series of illustrations featuring warrior figures based on a Chinese novel.
"How have humans viewed the universe over time?"
This question forms the basis of an exhibition that examines our curiosity with the universe, space, time and the future of humanity. The Universe and Art is described as an art odyssey across time and space.
Train your body and your mind like a Ninja at this special exhibition at the Miraikan Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. With the help of modern science, researchers at Mie University have studied the Ninja though old ninjutsu manuscripts, revealing some of the secrets of the way ninjas lived and thought. This interactive exhibition presents ancient and practical knowledge of the Ninja.
This is the last month of the Snoopy Museum's first exhibition: MY FAVORITE PEANUTS. It features sixty original Peanuts cartoons from cartoonist Charles M. Schulz's. The Snoopy Museum in Tokyo has been open since April this year and changes its exhibitions each month to continue inspiring visitors with the works of Schulz.