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The Seikado Collection

Seikado houses their collection of 6,500 works of art in a museum. Yanosuke Iwasaki collected a wide range of art including swords, tea ceremony utensils, Chinese and Japanese painting, calligraphy, pottery, lacquerware, paper and brushes, and wood carvings. His son, Koyata subsequently expanded the collection, pouring his soul into establishing a comprehensive and systematic collection of Chinese pottery and porcelain covering the Han through Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties.
Our museum focuses on special, thematic exhibitions and does not have a permanent exhibition space.

For more information, please see the Japanese page.