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Heiji Monogatari Emaki (illustrated handscroll of stories about the Heiji Civil War): Scroll of Shinzei Important Cultural Property Kamakura period, 13th century Handscroll, color on paper.  Seikado Art Museum Kamakura, Museums, Art, Japanese, Kamakura Period, Art Museum, Civilization, Century, Museum
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Heiji Monogatari Emaki (illustrated handscroll of stories about the Heiji Civil War): Scroll of Shinzei Important Cultural Property Kamakura period, 13th century Handscroll, color on paper. Seikado Art Museum
Scenes from Sekiya and Miotsukushi Chapters of The Genji Monogatari (Tale of Genji) by Tawaraya Sotatsu National Treasure Edo period, 17th century Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper. Seikado Art Museum Meiji Era, Edo Period, Japanese Screen, Japanese Artists, Heian Period
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Scenes from Sekiya and Miotsukushi Chapters of The Genji Monogatari (Tale of Genji) by Tawaraya Sotatsu National Treasure Edo period, 17th century Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper. Seikado Art Museum
Scenes from Sekiya and Miotsukushi Chapters of The Genji Monogatari (Tale of Genji) by Tawaraya Sotatsu National Treasure Edo period, 17th century Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper Seikado Art Museum Atami, Traditional Architecture, Kyoto Japan
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Scenes from Sekiya and Miotsukushi Chapters of The Genji Monogatari (Tale of Genji) by Tawaraya Sotatsu National Treasure Edo period, 17th century Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper Seikado Art Museum
Heiji Monogatari Emaki (illustrated handscroll of stories about the Heiji Civil War): Scroll of Shinzei Important Cultural Property Kamakura period, 13th century Handscroll, color on paper. Seikado Art Museum Home Décor, Light, Paper
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Heiji Monogatari Emaki (illustrated handscroll of stories about the Heiji Civil War): Scroll of Shinzei Important Cultural Property Kamakura period, 13th century Handscroll, color on paper. Seikado Art Museum
Drum-shaped water jar with applied peony design reliefs, celadon Important Cultural Property Southern Song-Yuan dynasty, 13th century Long-quan ware.  Seikado Art Museum Earthenware, Chinese Ceramics, Chinese Culture, Chinese Pottery, Chinese, Antique Porcelain
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Drum-shaped water jar with applied peony design reliefs, celadon Important Cultural Property Southern Song-Yuan dynasty, 13th century Long-quan ware. Seikado Art Museum
Writing box with Sumino-e design, maki-e by Ogata Korin Important Cultural Property Edo period, 17-18th century Seikado Art Museum Crafts, Design, Japanese Design, Japanese Traditional, Japanese Lacquerware
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Writing box with Sumino-e design, maki-e by Ogata Korin Important Cultural Property Edo period, 17-18th century Seikado Art Museum
Tachi blade by Tegai Kanenaga National Treasure Kamakura period, 13th century  Seikado Art Museum Accessories, Knives, Old Things, Treasures
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Tachi blade by Tegai Kanenaga National Treasure Kamakura period, 13th century Seikado Art Museum
Tea bowl, Yohen Temmoku National Treasure Song dynasty, 12-13th century Jian ware.  Seikado Art Museum Décor, Decorative Bowls, Bowl, Decor, Home Decor
静嘉堂文庫美術館
Tea bowl, Yohen Temmoku National Treasure Song dynasty, 12-13th century Jian ware. Seikado Art Museum
Mitsubishi Seikado Bunko art museum Mansions, Home, Bunko, House, House Styles
Mitsubishi Seikado Bunko art museum
Iwasaki Yataro - born into a low ranking samurai family in 1834 on Shikoku island.  Frustrated by the way Japan's trade was being subordinated to foreign concerns, he founded the shipping company which was the origin of the Mitsubishi zaibatsu.  Had a reputation for being aggressive and impetuous but with good negotiating skills and business sense. Samurai, People, Statue, Sapporo, Mitsubishi Galant, Negotiation, By The Way., Aggressive, Subordinate
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Iwasaki Yataro - born into a low ranking samurai family in 1834 on Shikoku island. Frustrated by the way Japan's trade was being subordinated to foreign concerns, he founded the shipping company which was the origin of the Mitsubishi zaibatsu. Had a reputation for being aggressive and impetuous but with good negotiating skills and business sense.
Three Principles (Sankoryo) - written in calligraphy by Koyata Iwasaki, 4th president, of the founding Iwasaki family.  Developed by Tetsuji Morohashi, famed sinologist and father of another former President of Mitsubishi Corp - Shinroku Morohashi.  Classical Chinese 2 x 4 syllables does not translate directly into English, so is interpreted flexibly over time. Letters, English, Principles, Corporate Values, Development, Calligraphy, Syllable, Words
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Three Principles (Sankoryo) - written in calligraphy by Koyata Iwasaki, 4th president, of the founding Iwasaki family. Developed by Tetsuji Morohashi, famed sinologist and father of another former President of Mitsubishi Corp - Shinroku Morohashi. Classical Chinese 2 x 4 syllables does not translate directly into English, so is interpreted flexibly over time.
Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum in Marunouchi,Tokyo.  A recreation of the original office building built in 1894 which was designed by the British architect Josiah Conder.  It was the first Western style office building in the Marunouchi district, spiritual home of the Mitsubishi group and a symbol of its intention to be global right from the start. Architecture, British, China, Global, Street View, Architect
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Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum in Marunouchi,Tokyo. A recreation of the original office building built in 1894 which was designed by the British architect Josiah Conder. It was the first Western style office building in the Marunouchi district, spiritual home of the Mitsubishi group and a symbol of its intention to be global right from the start.