秋季特別展

9月3日(周六) - 12月11日(周日)

中亚
―与文明连结―

基本信息

展览日期
2022年9月3日 - 2022年12月11日
开馆时间
上午 10点~下午5点 (最后入场时间为下午4点)
休馆日
每周一(遇假日顺延至隔天平日)
门票价格
[成人] 1,300日元 [高中、大学生] 1,000日元 [中小学生] 免费
展览地点
北馆

主要作品

Goblet with Raptors and Bulls
Western Central Asia, end of the 3rd–early 2nd millennium BC

Vessel with Blossoming Trees and Ibexes
Southeastern Iran, late 3rd millennium BC Chlorite; Private collection

Vessel in the Shape of a Rooster
Pre-Achaemenid period, 7th–6th century BC

Relief with Two Horses
Achaemenid period, 6th–5th century BC

Six Musicians
China, Northern Dynasties period, mid-6th century; Private collection

Relief Carvings from a Funerary Couch
China, Northern Zhou period, late 6th century

Oblong Eight-Lobed Cup
China, Tang period, late 7th–8th century

Caftan Decorated with Extra Large Roundels Containing Confronting Deer
Central Asia, 8th century

展示場所

入馆口 櫃台 Chapter 1 Wings, Horns, Sacred Trees ―Loquacious Symbolism― Chapter 2Beyond of the Cycles of Nature―The Rise of the Iranian People― Chapter 3The Fabled Horses that Opened a Continent-wide Trade Network―The Dawn of the Silk Road― Chapter 4An Age of Upheaval and the Eastward Advance of the Sogdians―A Paradise on a Funerary Couch Screen― Chapter 5Sogdian Banquets―Gorgeous Vessels and Garments― Chapter 6The Prosperity and Transition of Tang Dynasty Silverware―Stylistic Transition, from a Western Region to a Chinese Style― Chapter 7Trends on the Silk Road―Auspicious Animals across Eurasia― Miho CollectionAnd Further East . . . Animal and Plant Motifs in Japanese Buddhist Art
南馆
北馆

秋季特别展

中亚

―与文明连结―

展示作品

北馆

秋季特别展

中亚
―与文明连结―

Chapter 1 Wings, Horns, Sacred Trees―Loquacious Symbolism―
Chapter 2 Beyond of the Cycles of Nature―The Rise of the Iranian People―
Chapter 3 The Fabled Horses that Opened a Continent-wide Trade Network―The Dawn of the Silk Road―
Chapter 4 An Age of Upheaval and the Eastward Advance of the Sogdians―A Paradise on a Funerary Couch Screen―
Chapter 5 Sogdian Banquets―Gorgeous Vessels and Garments―
Chapter 6 The Prosperity and Transition of Tang Dynasty Silverware―Stylistic Transition, from a Western Region to a Chinese Style―
Chapter 7 Trends on the Silk Road―Auspicious Animals across Eurasia―
Miho Collection: And Further East . . . Animal and Plant Motifs in Japanese Buddhist Art