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Samurai. Art Of War
April 25, 2013 16:11


Samurai, Art of War

The Museum of Fine Arts in Yekaterinburg offers a unique project «Samurai. Art of War». Apart from rich collection of arm, armour, clothes and everyday life articles of feudal Japan, the exhibition «Samurai. Art of War» presents panorama «Battle near Sekigahar». It is a detailed renewal of the great battle of the year 1600, where more than 170 000 warriors took part. 

All the exhibition occupies more than 700 square meters. The exposition is divided into thematic zones, and the visitors pass through «Warrior road» and experience all the stages of samurai’s life. They see the medieval castle and the shogun’s stake, a Buddhist temple and urban quarters of Kyoto, and finally visit a noble samurai’s house.

Professional guides describe in detail not only a daime collection (legendary commanders’ armour), but also vow to secrecy of calligraphy art, gravure creating, art traditions and kimono wearing shown in a vast collection «Three centuries of Japanese fashion» that is located in a separate hall. Within the scope of the exhibition a shop of traditional Japanese goods works.

The exhibition in the Museum of Fine Arts in Yekaterinburg will last till the 12th of May, 2013.

Address: 11 Vainer Street. 
 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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