秋季特別展

9月3日(六) - 12月11日(日)

中亞
―與文明連結―

基本資訊

會期
2022年9月3日 - 2022年12月11日
開館時間
上午10點~下午5點 (最後入場時間為下午4點)
休館日
每週一(遇假日順延至隔天平日)
門票
[成人] 1,300日圓 [高中、大學生] 1,000日圓 [中小學生] 免費
會場
北館

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

入館口 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
南館
北館

秋季特別展

中亞

―與文明連結―

展示作品

北館

秋季特別展

中亞
―與文明連結―

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