The Shoto’s rough stone exterior gives way to curved walls encircling a central fountain. It’s no Guggenheim, but this odd bit of ageing architecture (owned by Shibuya ward) sometimes hosts inspired shows. It’s also inexpensive and quiet.
|Venue name:||Shoto Museum of Art|
2-14-14 Shoto, Shibuya-ku
|Opening hours:||During exhibitions: 10am-6pm (until 8pm Fri) / closed Mon (Tue if Mon is a holiday)|
|Transport:||Shinsen Station (Keio Inokashira line), north exit|
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Life of Japanese Women in Ukiyo-e
Public life in Edo-era Japan was dominated by men, but that does not mean women did not have their vibrant lives recorded. One such mediums used to record female lives was the woodblock art of ukiyo-e. The Shoto Museum of Art in Shibuya is bringing together...Until Sunday May 26 2019