Chūshingura: Japanese Prints at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

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Feb 20119 Feb 201120

United States

There's only a few more weeks to catch this exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, so hurry over, because it looks to be a unique opportunity to see the famous 47 Ronin (also known as Chūshingura) story illustrated with the indelibly Japanese woodblock print. And while you're already at the museum, be sure to visit the MIA's extensive Asian Art collection, which includes two painstakingly reproduced historical Japanese rooms: a teahouse and an audience hall.

Date Through Sunday, February 20, closed Mondays
Place Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(Directions & Map)
Minneapolis Institute of Arts



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intrepidmouse . Last modified Feb 09, 2011 11:13 a.m.

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