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Singapore, Sarong Kebaya and Style
Peranakan Fashion in an Interconnected World

2016,239pages, 2,160yen
People whose ancestors were Chinese immigrant men married to local women in Southeast Asia are called Peranakan, and they are known to have formed their own intrinsic culture. It is the very first publication in Japan comprehensively introducing the Peranikan women's fashion of Batik Sarong (skirt), Kebaya (blouse) bestowed with lace and jewelry of mainly the 19th to 20 century. It refers to the unexpected cultural tangent point with Japan as well.
Bi-lingual in Japanese and English.

Ages of Sarasa
2014, 303pages, 3,240yen
Among the merchandise that was circulated in the Age of Great Navigations, Indian chintz was globally appreciated for its vivid colors and fascinating motifs; thus, it triggered the beginning of the industrial revolution. Originating with Indian chintz, this catalog traces approximately 500 years history of Japanese chintz, European chintz, Indonesian Batik and African prints. There are 222 exhibits in all colors. Printed in bilingual in English and Japanese.

Jointly with Large-scale Historical Drama, "Gunshi Kanbee"
The Art of the Kuroda Family - The Brilliance of the Daimyo Treasure

2014, 128 pages, 1,800yen
Based on the theme, "The Brilliance of the Daimyo Treasure," this exhibition catalog introduces the Kuroda Family Treasures that are in the collection of the Fukuoka Art Museum. One hundred dazzling masterpieces in full color carefully selected from each category of painting, calligraphy and art crafts including important cultural properties. It comprehensively introduces a wide range of the real power of 520,000 koku of the Kuroda Family. English given for data of works.

Ichizo Kobayashi & Yasuzaemon Matsunaga
Companionship Record of Tea Ceremony
Noted article collection

2013, 149pages, 1,944yen
Yasuzaemon Matsunaga (pseudonym Jian) who reorganized the management of an electric industry and practiced a unique privatization of railway management. Ichizo Kobayashi (pseudonym Itsuo) who is known to be the originator of Takarazuka Revue. Contrasting these two in the world of "Chanoyu," the catalog displays the compliment of each of their collections of masterpieces in full-colors.

The Beauty of Patina
The Bronze Artworks of Southeast Asia

2013, 160pages. 2,000yen
This catalog introduces the 183 bronze works starting with Buddhist and Hindu sculptures and metal ornaments in the Angkor Dynasty, pre-historic relics that are representative of Dongson and Banchong cultures, as well as Buddhist statues of various regions of Thailand , Laos and Myanmar in addition to the 11 special exhibits of reference. The exhibits are by private collectors from Japan and overseas and most of them are being released for the first time. A report on the site-research is included. Full-color, the data for all works is in English.

Hubert Robert - The Garden of Time
2012, 309 pages. 2,300yen
The works and art activities of the18th century French artist, Hubert Robert who was called, gRobert des ruinsh are introduced for the first time in this catalog. He painted imaginary landscape paintings and ruins. Focusing on the collection of Musee de Valence, approximately 130 works (including works of his mentor and coterie) with explanations as well as five essays are introduced. This is a valuable catalog with which you can familiarize yourself with Robert in Japanese.

TSUTSUGAKI: Beauty of Paste Resist Indigo Dyeing
2011, p.143, 1,500yen
gTsutsugakih is the traditional dye technique in which paste is placed onto a cloth by free hand to resist dyeing. The catalog introduces approximately 70 Tsutsugaki masterpieces that were made various places in Japan from the Edo Period to Pre-war. The essay attempts to define Tsutsugaki's historical place and gives an explanation of the works. Bi-lingual in Japanese and English

Fukuoka and Unkoku School-
Mysteries of Panel Paintings of Castle "Plum Trees and Crows"

2009, 96pages, 2,000 yen
"Plum Trees and Crows" of the Kyoto National Museum Collection has traditionally been said to be painted by Unkoku Togan for the Chikuzen Najima Castle and it was later placed in the Fukuoka Castle after it was built. However, an alternate theory has been raised that the crows were painted by Tougan's son, Toueki; thus what was traditionally said about the paintings Najima Castle become questionable. By exhibiting the work, we can ponder on the mysteries that surround the panel paintings of crows. Only in Japanese.

The Eyes of Ataka Eiichi, Seeker of True Art:
Selected Chinese and Korean Ceramics from the Ataka Collection
The Ataka Collection

2007, 271pages, 2,100 yen
The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka is well-known for its world-wide collection of oriental ceramics. And from its core collection of the Ataka Collection, this catalog introduces masterpieces of approximately 200 works of Chinese and Korean ceramics including two National Treasures and 15 Important Cultural Properties. It introduces works in full-color plates with the explanations. Detailed reference materials on the collector Ataka Eiichi are included. English given for only data of works.

Takatori - Daimyo Tea Ceremony Ware
2005, 304pages., 2,100yen
Takatori Ware was born as Chikuzen Fukuoka's Feudal Clan kiln in the early Edo period. (16th cent.) The 125 inherited representative works and their explanations along with the multiple plates are introduced. The essay in the catalog presents the history of Takatori Ware based on research, as well as the historical reference materials. English given for data of works.

Buddhist Painters in Early Modern Age
2004, 72pages, 1,500yen
The Buddhist painters who specialize only in Buddhist painting have always been assuming the responsibility of being the core structure of picture making in Japan from the ancient times. In the recent years, their activities of the Edo period have become known. This catalog reveals the new viewpoint toward the history of paintings in Japan by introducing the model works from the areas focused on Kyushu region. Japanese language only.

The Textiles of Cambodia
2003, 184 pages, 2,000yen
This is to be the very first comprehensive exhibition catalog on Cambodian textiles that were unknown until now to be held in the world. Ninety five masterpieces of silk ikat, tie-dye and twill-weaving; and five pieces of related textiles from India and Indonesia are introduced. In two languages, Japanese and English.

The Eiko Kusuma Collection
The Islands of Cotton - Textiles in Indonesia

2003, 120 pages, 1,500yen
It focuses on cotton textiles from various islands such as Sumba and Indonesian islands in the East, from the collection of Eiko Kusuma who resides in Jakarta. In two languages, Japanese and English.

From the Sulawesi Island, Indonesia-Kochi Type Color Glazed Ware Collection of Honda Hirom
2000, 112 pages, 1,680 yen
Kochi type color glazed wares have been used and cherished as incense container in tea ceremony. Introduces 120 works excavated in Indonesia from the Honda Collection. Only in Japanese.

Masterpieces of MOA Art Museum Exhibition-Beauty of Momoyama, Beauty of Edo
1999, 112 pages, 2,000 yen
Only in Japanese.

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The Kano School and Fukuoka Exhibition
1998, 72 pages, 1,500 yen
An exhibition that tries to reexamine the paintings of Kano School through the introduction of the works of Kano School in Fukuoka. Only in Japanese.

Western Influence on Japanese Art-16th century`19th century
1995, 248 pages, 2,000 yen
An exhibition to examine Western influence in Japanese art. The essence of Japanese art is examined through 202 works including those from abroad, from screens with Western-style paintings to ukiyoes in the final days of the Tokugawa Shogunate. In two languages, Japanese and English.

Vietnamese Ceramics Exhibition
1992, 144 pages, 2,000 yen
Vietnamese ceramics were introduced to Japan with the development of tea ceremony after the Muromachi Period. The exhibition introduces the main features of Vietnamese ceramics through the works from 1st to 3rd century AD to 18th century. Only in Japanese.