This rare special exhibition allows visitors to see what life in Kyoto was like roughly 400 years ago. One of the main attractions is the 'Rakuchu Rakugai Zu' collection of seven folding-screen paintings depicting the city of Kyoto and its surroundings - one of these screens is designated a National Treasure, and the rest are Important Cultural Properties. Another highlight is the recreation of a 17th-century room in Nijo Castle, complete with wall paintings that have recently been beautifully restored. The pieces are brought to life using the latest digital technology, allowing visitors to view even the smallest of details in the pictures. This is truly a unique opportunity to experience the splendour of the historical capital without doing any actual travelling.