The museum holds lacquer ware from China, Korea, Ryūkyū, and Japan.
Visitors are invited to enjoy the diversity of lacquer pieces from various countries and eras,
including small Chinese containers with artistic engravings,
wonderful Korean incense holders with detailed mother-of-pearl work,
and gorgeous inkstone boxes with Rimpa-style lacquerwork.
Works on Display
Introduces some of the artworks currently on display.
Other Works in the Collection
We are going to introduce some of the works in our collection which are going to be exhibited.
Small Box with Squirrels and Grapes DesignRyûkyû Dynasty
Box with "Guri" Spiral Design, Carved black lacquerYuan Dynasty
Box with Dragonflies Design, Black lacquer with "maki-e" and mother-of-pearl inlayStyle of Ogata Kôrin Edo period
Writing Box with Camellias and Young Pines Design, black lacquer with "maki-e" and mother-of-pearl inlayAttributed to Ogata Kôrin Edo period
Incense containerJoseon Dynasty
Round Box with Dragon Amid Waves DesignMing dynasty