Otsuka Museum of Art
Otsuka Museum of Art
4.5
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のり君
Hanamaki, Japan2 087 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Par
My long-held dream finally came true. The museum is famous for its reproduction of one of the largest ceramic plates in Japan, but the viewing route from the 3rd basement to the 2nd floor is about 4 kilometers by foot and takes three hours. I would have liked another hour if I was going to watch it slowly. After all, the most impressive features of the museum include the Sistine Chapel, the Scrobeni Chapel, the Last Supper, the Great Water Lilies of Monet, the Birth of Venus, the Mona Lisa, the Sunflowers, and other masterpieces from all over the world that can be seen here without having to go there anymore, as well as reproductions as large as the originals, which can be actually touched and photographed. I would definitely recommend this museum if I had the chance.
Skrevet 3. juli 2024
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PeterSam
Japan11 014 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Alene
All the works were wonderful and I spent six hours admiring them.

★★Zurbaran "Vision of Saint Pedro Nolasco"★★

I saw them at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

I love all of Zurbaran's works.

He was excellent at depicting fabrics, and was adept at depicting the subtle tones created by the white cloth the monk was wearing.

The overall composition is simple and full of meditative serenity.

The Vision of Saint Pedro Nolasco is a series on the life of Pedro Nolasco.

The upper left of the composition shows the city of Jerusalem.

On the right, an angel has descended from heaven and is pointing at Jerusalem.

The texture of the angel's pink and blue costume and the rosary hanging from the saint's waist are wonderfully beautiful.

It is paired with the apparitions of Saint Peter and Saint Peter Nolasco.

It depicts Nolasco dreaming of the heavenly Jerusalem that appears in the Book of Revelation.
It is pointed to by an angel on the right of Pedro Nolasco.

Jerusalem is conceived as a walled city with gates, and many people are passing by on the drawbridge.

★★Da Vinci's "Madonna and Child with Saint Anne"★★

Saint Anne is the mother of the Virgin Mary.

Why is the baby Jesus playing with a sheep?

For Roman Catholics, a sheep is expressed as the Lamb of God and is also one of the expressions that refer to Jesus Christ.

It is based on the fact that Jesus plays the role of a sacrifice, and the expression also originates from the ancient Jewish custom of sacrifice.

The Lamb of God is called "Agnus Dei" in Latin.

It depicts Christ holding tightly in his hands a sacrificial lamb, which is a symbol of the suffering that Jesus will face in the future, and Mary trying to scold him.

★★Pieter Bruegel's "Tower of Babel"★★

It is a story depicted in the Old Testament.

A king who tried to become like God by building a tower that reached the sky.
The story is about how the tower collapses after God's wrath is felt, and the language that was once one becomes various languages, and people become divided.
This is brought about by human arrogance.
The arrogance, pride, and stupidity of humans and society are repeated in the past and now.

★★German painter Albrecht Dürer's "Four Apostles"★★

This work was painted during the time of the Roman Catholic and Protestant schism (Protestant Reformation).
Protestants do not recognize the authority of idols.
Therefore, Protestant churches do not have statues of saints.
Roman Catholic churches do have statues of saints.
The apostles are the disciples of Jesus.
The figures that appear in this painting are (left) Saint Peter and Saint John, and (right) Saint Paul and Saint Mark.
The most easily recognizable of the apostles is Saint Paul, who is always depicted with his head bald in every work.
Each apostle also has an attribute.
Attributes: In religious icons and allegorical figures, these are items held to show the specific attributes of a person or scene.

Saint Peter: Keys

Saint John: Open book

Saint Paul: Sword and closed book

Saint Mark: Scroll

★★Raphael's "Madonna and Child with the Infant St. John the Baptist (The Beautiful Gardener)"★★

The Virgin Mary is sitting leisurely in a rural landscape.

On the left is the infant Jesus, and on the right is John the Baptist.

John the Baptist is the person who baptized Jesus with water.

John the Baptist is also the son of Mary's relative Elizabeth.

The attributes of John the Baptist are represented by a camel's hair coat and a long, thin cross shaped like a staff.

The Virgin Mary, who meets the gaze of the infant Jesus, has a gentle gaze full of compassion.

She seems to be speaking something to him tenderly.

The red dress represents the color of deep love and blood of sacrifice.

The blue of the cloak represents the truth of heaven.
Skrevet 3. juni 2024
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sasa3939panda
Osaka, Japan98 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Alene
The medieval Renaissance corner had church murals and life-size replicas of chapels, which was a great way to see them all in one place for those who can't stay long-term in the area.
The modern painting corner was not enough, with only reproductions on display. I thought it would have been nice if there had been an exhibition that recreated a salon.
Skrevet 24. mai 2024
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箕面のふーちゃん
Mino, Japan4 921 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
We were considering a bus tour, but decided to visit by car. It's conveniently located near the highway and interchange from Osaka. From the parking lot, you can take a private bus to the museum. (Free parking)

Even with the original ticket, you can get a 10% discount on your smartphone! I recommend it because you can enter smoothly without having to line up.

The ceilings were high and the atmosphere was luxurious. Our purpose was to see Renaissance paintings and paintings famous on TV, etc. We were satisfied to be able to enjoy them, and I'm glad lunch wasn't too expensive.
Skrevet 19. mai 2024
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SINA
238 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Par
You can see world-famous paintings by era. There is also a garden where you can relax while looking out at the Naruto Strait. They also lend out picnic sheets for free.
Skrevet 9. mai 2024
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jshtyo
Aichi (prefektur) , Japan14 930 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Par
These are over 1,000 life-size transfers onto ceramic panels of ancient murals from over 190 art museums in 26 countries around the world. Even though they are transfers, they are truly amazing in that they are exactly like the originals. However, depending on the paintings you see, the colors are sometimes even more vivid than the originals. Although I have seen the originals of many of the paintings in the past, I found myself feeling nostalgic and engrossed in the experience.
Skrevet 2. mai 2024
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SAMURAIABC
Japan3 035 bidrag
2,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Alene
It's a facility that looks like it was carved out of a mountain, and it's a display of the financial might of the Otsuka group.

I suppose it's positioned as a patronage project, but personally I feel it's in bad taste.

The admission fee is too high, they've made too much profit.

It's a replica, so I think 500 yen should be appropriate. If it's a facility that Otsuka wants to brag about, I don't think it's right to reflect the construction and maintenance costs in the ticket price.
Skrevet 27. april 2024
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piburu
Toyonaka, Japan725 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Par
Famous paintings from around the world are reproduced on ceramic plates. It's a very large museum, and it takes about 2 hours to walk around it. Since I went on a weekday, it was empty and I was able to take my time to admire the famous paintings. You can also take photos without using a flash.
Skrevet 22. mars 2024
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ヤスカム101
Koriyama, Japan10 187 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Alene
This is a very famous art museum. It is spacious and decorated with many paintings. It is a magnificent art museum. There are many European paintings on display inside. None of the paintings are real, but they look very impressive. The first floor is very spacious. There are many paintings on display, from large to small. There are also murals. There is so much to see, it's amazing.
For lunch, I had a Naruto seafood bowl. The fish was delicious. It was fresh, and I thought there was quite a bit of fish. I was glad there was so much fish.
Skrevet 15. mars 2024
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simpangratis
Irvine, CA474 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2023 • Par
Yes everything is fake, but a very well made fake. I have seen many of the originals in their respective museums, so it is a joy to see them in one place. Parking is not on site, they provide bus to the museum. Price is steep, little discount (no time stamp) buying on line. No guards to watch our every move, so liberating! Restaurant and cafe are well priced (like most of the restaurants in Japan).
Skrevet 23. november 2023
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