Takehisa Yumeji Museum of Art & Yayoi Museum of Art

Hello dear readers! How are you? 

ごきげんよう!サフィラです。

Last week I went to the Yayoi and Takehisa Yumeji Museums. Yumeji Takehisa was a self-taught illustrator, poet and style influencer of the first part of the 20th century. The Yayoi museum was founded in order to exhibit the works of Kasho Takabatake, another prominent illustrator from the same era, but also houses different exhibitions throughout the year. The one we saw was the work of Sayume Tachibana, an artist who it seems was little appreciated in his lifetime. His paintings are beautiful but rather eerie.

先週友達と一緒に弥生美術館と竹久夢二美術館へ行きました。根津にあります。弥生美術館は高畠華宵の作品を展示するための美術館です。他の芸術家の展覧会もあります。今回は橘小夢の展覧会でした。素敵な絵がよくあります!

We decided to try to dress up Taisho Roman style, combining Japanese and Western clothes and retro styling. This photo is from the museum’s twitter.
私達は大正ロマンのコーデを着て行きました!この写真は美術館のtwitterからです。

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When we arrived we had lunch at the museum cafe, Minato-ya. The curry was really yummy!
最初美術館の隣の港やでお食事しました。美味しいカレーをいただきました!

My yukata is from the recent Takehisa Yumeji x UNIQLO collaboration. I really love the striking colours and simple but cute design.
私の浴衣は竹久夢二xUNIQLOのコラボです。素敵ですね!私は紺と赤のコンビが大好きです!

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I bought this cute book full of adorable pictures from vintage girl’s magazines.
美術館のショップでこの可愛い本を買いました。ポストカードとポスターも買っちゃった!

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Tee hee!
乙女達のテへへ 

Thanks for reading and see you again soon!

ブログを読んでいただきありがとうございました。

Sapphira

サフィラより

 
 
 
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6 thoughts on “Takehisa Yumeji Museum of Art & Yayoi Museum of Art

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