|Date / Period
||Tuesday, March 1, 2016〜 Sunday, March 26, 2017
||08:45 〜 16:00（They have some irregular holidays）
||Daitoku-ji Temple Juko-in
58 Daitokuji cho, Kita ku, Kyoto city
Along with the wall paintings (National Treasure) of Eitoku Kano, the sliding door paintings of Nihonga painter and KUAD professor, Hiroshi Senju will be displayed in a public exhibition.
--------------- The following discription is quoted from Daitoku-ji temple Juko-in HP and transrated.---------------
Being the Rikyu family temple, Daitoku-ji Juko-in temple holds the Fusumae (sliding panel paintings) of Japan's greatest ink painter、Eitoku Kano. This temple, which will celebrate its 450th anniversary in 2016, will hold a year-long special exhibition starting in March.
The temple’s 46 restored panels, works of Eitoku Kano and his father Shoei, which were entrusted to the Kyoto National Museum have been returned to the temple’s first exhibition after its renovation. Also, with the completion of the Shoin, donated sliding panels by top-class Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju will also be on public display, as well as the tea room “Kaninseki,” donated on the 150th death memorial of Sen no Rikyu by the 7th head of the Omote Senke School of Tea Ceremony, Joshinsai.
Junior high school students must be accompanied by an adult, elementary level and younger children will not be permitted. Up to one person accompanying an individual with disabilities will receive discounted admission (50% OFF).
Every 15 or 30 minutes there will be a guided tour with commentary and introduction by staff. Each tour is limited to 15 persons.