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Tokugawa Art Museum

Listed under Art Collections in Nagoya, Japan.

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The Tokugawa Art Museum, in Nagoya, shows the collections of the wealthy Owari, a branch of the powerful Tokugawa family, which ruled in the Edo Period, from 1603 to 1868. The collection includes lavishly designed swords and armour, artefacts from tea ceremonies, masks and costumes from traditional Noh theatre, maps and scrolls. A reconstruction of a traditional Japanese garden is attached to the museum.

Official Tokugawa Art Museum Website.

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