Visited Meguro Gajoen to see a “Wanoakari x Hyakudankaidan”, a special exhibition that featured Japanese traditional art crafts and festivals.
Arrived at the entrance of the exhibition。
Meguro Gajoen is famous as a traditional Japanese wedding hall. It holds “Wanoakari x Hyakudankaidan”, a special exhibition that featured Japanese traditional art crafts and festivals. Hyakudankaidan is the stairway of 100 steps and a few rooms remain of existing old Gajoen buildings. These are now treated as one of the cultural assets of Japan and usually nondisclosure. However, Hyakudankaidan is now specially disclosed to the public in accordance with the exhibition.
There are seven rooms and each room has its own themes. The following pictures are shown by rooms.
Edo-era glasses and art crafts
Edo-era wind bells and bamboo
Darkness and moons
Lightings with plants
Japanese paper air crafts
The exhibition is held from July 3rd to August 9th. If you are interested in the event, please check the website.
Meguro Gajoen (English)
Wanoakari x Hyakudankaidan (partially English)