Fujita Art Museum
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The Fujita Art Museum (藤田美術館? Fujita Bijutsukan) is one of the largest private collections in the Kansai region. The collection was assembled by Fujita Denzaburō and his descendants. It was installed in a storehouse on the family property in Osaka.
The Japanese paintings include 13th and 14th century scrolls such as the Murasaki Shikibu Diary Emaki (National Treasure) and paintings of the 16 Rakan by Takuma Eiga. The section of Japanese ceramics, largely tea-ceremony objects, is varied and includes teabowls by Chōjirō and Nonomura Ninsei, as well as square dishes by Kōrin and Kenzan.
- Ōsakajō-kitazume Station on the JR Tozai Line
- Osaka City Bus Katamachi Stop
- List of National Treasures of Japan (paintings)
- List of National Treasures of Japan (writings)
- List of National Treasures of Japan (crafts-others)
- "Important Chinese art from the Fujita Museum". Christie's. Christie's. 1 March 2017. Retrieved 13 March 2017.
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