The Museum of Furuta Oribe, Kyoto

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  • Oribe Furuta is a person who has been more interested than before. Although he was a warlord from Mino, his heart was drawn to hideyoshi Toyotomi, who had mastered a unique school to the extent that he was said to be the best tea man in the world. I watched oribe-style pottery at the Furuta Oribe Museum of Art, and i was overwhelmed by the great attitude toward the beauty of Oribe. It was understood that it was making the best use of a peculiar conception which exceeded the tea person rikyu sect which exceeded the tea person rikyu sect which was formal in the Goryeo kiln in Korea at the time when it went to the Korean soldier of Hideyoshi. At that time, no one could imitate it from the fact that it quoted the clothes of the Nanban in the pattern and the pattern of pottery. It was the person who was exactly "The one which was hepleased".
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  • I visited here because I had time to travel to Kyoto. Only one basement room of the building paid 500 yen only for worship. Exchanges between Furuta Oribe's family and disciples, as well as related gifts and letters, were on display. The exhibits have been replaced, and different items will be served in the next theme. I'm a fan of the big ones, so I enjoyed thinking of the characters in the comics. However, in this exhibition, the famous person who is a gatekeeper is date Masamune, and the rest are historically minor people. I don't think it's interesting at all for people who don't know it. It seemed to resonate only in a fairly niche layer, and when I visited it it was Sunday morning, but the visitor was me alone. Shino ware and oribe favorite pottery were sold by modern craftsmen, but the space was small and the assortment was not good. I think that it is not worth going all the way to Kitayama with the target only of this museum. It might be good to stop by along with other visits.
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  • There is no toilet. The clerk is more unkind. Narrow. I visited with an interest in Oribe Furuta in ' The growling thing ', but it was a bad impression that I liked the feeling that I was fond of. The admission fee is about 500 yen too much. Why are you being so Tsunken? I think that it is not said that it is oribe if it is assumed to be a way of life.
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  • The name is a splendid museum w I want you to become bigger than I give the name of the great one!
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