We visited because we had seen metro posters (metro stop Iena) advertising an exhibit of Hiroshige prints which was fabulous. They are also having a display of Japanese traditional tsutsugaki textiles which is a risce paste resist technique generally used with tradional indigo dying. In case this sounds too technical, just enjoy the beautiful results. We stayed to see the Chinese and Korean displays, paintings, screens, ceramics and bronzes as well as Indian, Pakistani and Afghan displays. All wonderful and much more accessible because of the labeling and curatorial explanations in English.
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