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Special Exhibition "Ieyasu Tokugawa and Successive Shoguns - Treasures of Kunoyama Toshogu Shrine, a National Treasure"

Period

2021/7/16 (Fri) 〜2021/9/5 (Sun)

Venue

Fukuoka City Museum 2F Special Exhibition Room

Ticket Fee

◆Admission fee
General: 1,500 yen
High school and university students: 900 yen
(all tax included)

* Junior high school students and younger free
* For high school and university students, please present your student ID card etc.
* One person who presents a physically handicapped person's handbook, a mentally handicapped person's health and welfare handbook, a medical care recipient's card for a specific disease and a certificate of recipient of specified medical expenses (designated in-disease), a medical recipient's card such as congenital blood clotting factor disorder, and a child chronic specified disease medical care recipient certificate are free of charge.
*No date and time specification is required. However, in the event of a crowded event, you may be asked to wait for admission.

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Detailed Information

Performance content Kunoyama Toshogu is Tokugawa Ieyasu, who survived the
Sekukoku War and opened the Edo shogunate with the victory of the Sekigahara Battle, bringing about the world of Taihei Tengichi. Kunoyama Toshogu Shrine, which enshrines Ieyasu who became a god as Tosho Daikno present, is enshrined in Kunoyama (216m above sea level, Suruga-ku, Shizuoka City), a corner of Nihondaira designated as a national name. Kunoyama Toshogu Shrine was the first shrine to be built in Toshogu Shrine, which was recommended through all over the country.
Ieyasu Tokugawa was moved to Kunoyama that night after an eventful 75-year life at Sunpu Castle on April 17, 1616. On February 21 of the following year, the shrine was established at the behalf of the second shogun, Hidetada Tokugawa, and on February 21 of the following year, the imperial court presented the first place of the shrine to The God Name of Tosho Daigon present and Toshosha (which became the Imperial Palace and Toshogu Shrine in 1645). Gonzing, so lacquered, and highly colored shrines were designated as national treasures in 2010 as representative buildings of the early Edo period.

Exhibition Highlights

POINT 1 The largest ever Kunoyama Toshogu Exhibition
Kunoyama Toshogu shrine is home to three armors of Ieyasu Tokugawa and items that I used habitually in my daily life in my late life. Including 76 items and 191 items (important cultural property "Tokugawa Ieyasu related materials"), armor and armor of successive shoguns stored in Edo Castle, swords dedicated by successive shoguns on alternative and pilgrimage, calligraphy by people related to the shoguns and Tokugawa family, about 500 2,000 items (76 species of national treasures and important cultural properties 200 or more) are in the collection.
The best of art and crafts from the Momoyama period to the Edo period, which has been carefully protected and conveyed in Kunoyama Toshogu Shrine, which has been built for more than 400 years. This exhibition is the largest ever Kunoyama Toshogu Exhibition, which exhibits about 150 masterpieces of famous swords, armor, calligraphy, and other treasures.

POINT 2 Displaying the armor of all shoguns of the Edo shogunate
The armor of all 15 shoguns from Ieyasu Tokugawa to Hidetada, Iemitsu, Yoshimune, and Keiki will be on display. We will introduce the best products of each era, the best of technology.

POINT 3 Exhibit the famous swords associated with successive shoguns
Tokugawa Ieyasu's swords Chikugo Country (Fukuoka Prefecture) Miike's swordsmith Mitsuyo's home return exhibition.

POINT 4 Ieyasu's Armor Three Armors released simultaneously
Armor for Ieyasu Tokugawa, after restoration, it will be released simultaneously for the first time.

POINT 5 We will release "Tokugawa Ieyasu Related Materials", an important cultural property,
items for the day that Ieyasu used habitually in his later years.

POINT 6 Western Clock 400 years ago Thank you for the rescue of the sea
We will exhibit the oldest Western-style mechanical clock in japan. We will introduce the story of the bond between Japan and Spain hidden in a beautiful watch.
September 30, 1609 (Keinaga 14) The Spanish ship San Francisco ran aground off the coast of Chiba Prefecture. Of the 373 sailors on board, 56 drowned, while coastal residents rescued 317.
Ieyasu provided a Western-style sailing boat built by William Adams, who drifted to Large 10 years ago and served as a diplomatic advisor. 21 Japanese, such as Katsue Tanaka, were sent to Mexico on the ship.
In May 1611, King Felipe III of Spain and Luis de Velasco, spain's viceroy who ruled Mexico, sent sebastian Vizcaino, commander, to Japan with Katsu assistant Tanaka and others to answer the rescue.
The company brought souvenirs such as western clocks. Ieyasu liked western clocks and decorated the room, but the calendar method was different and it was not used as a clock. After Ieyasu's death, it was preserved as a god treasure and was not moved.
is known as the oldest existing Western mechanical clock in Japan. Already driven by zenmai, the parts at the time of manufacture remain almost, and it is a valuable watch in the world. On the front is a plaque engraved with "Hans de ?barro made in Madrid, Spain", but recent research has found that "Nikolaus de Troestenberg made it in Brussels in 1573" under the nameplate at the bottom.

Collaboration decision with "Touken Ranbu-ONLINE-"!
Special exhibition "Ieyasu Tokugawa and successive shoguns - Treasures of Kunoyama Toshogu Shrine, a national treasure", to be held at Fukuoka City Museum from Friday, July 16, In commemoration of the planned exhibition "Tenka to Kuroda Takataka / Nagamasa" by Fukuoka City Museum to be held from July 6 (Tuesday), collaboration with PC browser and smartphone app game "Touken Ranbu-ONLINE-" has been decided.
Life-size panels of swordsman "Sohayanotsuruki", "Nikko 1 character", "Heshikiri Hasebe", and "Japan issue" will be installed in the building, and collaboration tickets will be sold, original collaboration goods sales, and audio guides will be implemented. Details will be updated at any time on the official website <">[Phone Reservations]
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Venue Fukuoka City Museum 2F Special Exhibition Room
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