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Exhibition Galleries of Kansai University Museum
First Exhibition Gallery
Special exhibition is held every spring in this gallery.
Second Exhibition Gallery
Japanese archaeological materials and artifacts are exhibited in this gallery. As for the most notable items, there are 16 artifacts designated as Important Cultural Properties, which include Jomon pottery, slit-stone-earrings, Yayoi pottery, a stone-pillow, and so on.
|Spring, 2014||The Masterpiecies of Kansai Universitiy Library and Museum|
|Spring, 2013||Masterpieces of KAWACHI KUNIHIRA Japanese Swordsmith|
|Spring, 2012||The Oriental Fine Ceramics / The Old Inkstones and Stationery The Nambu Collection|
|Spring, 2011||History of the MOTOYAMA Collection|
|Spring, 2010||Overseas Materials of the Kansai University Museum|
|Spring, 2009||Syokugyo-fujin-emaki Working women in Taisho era|
|Spring, 2008||Tenmoku: Masterpieces of Kimura Moriyasu|
|Spring, 2007||Gold and Silver: Japanese Old Money|
|Spring, 2006||ROAD TO INCA -TREASURES of the ANDES-|
Exhibition Room of Takamatsuzuka-kofun burial mound wall painting ceramic replica
In March 1972, under the guidance of the Emeritus Professor Masao Suenaga, Assist. Prof. Yoshinori Aboshi led the students of Kansai University and discovered the ancient Takamatsuzuka-kofun burial mound wall painting. The discovery was called ”the great discovery of the century” at the time.
This replicated exhibition room shows richly colored figures of “Chinese Gods of four directions”, “servant groups”, “maid groups”, “the sun and the moon”, and “a map of astronomy” on the art ceramic boards which are in full-scale exactness based on the photographs taken just after the discovery of the fresco detection and reproduced them an original state of the burial mound.