Public exhibition of works and related scientific information
Conservation and restoration
Collection and acquisition of works and related material
Research and publication
Research on Raku ware and the tea ceremony culture
Exhibition of the results of recent research
Publication of the results of recent research
A recent discovery of some material as well as re-examination of the existing documents has shed new lights on the Raku history, which has already been publicized. Our aim is to prepare the publication with regard to the Raku history and to our collection of works by Raku successive generations upon results of our research.
Educational and social operations
To organize the special viewing sessions for “Parents and Children”
programmed for elementary school and junior high school children.
To organize various workshops and lectures programmed for children and
To work with other universities, schools and institutes for educational activities.
To cooperate for lifelong learning.
To work with regional cultural organizations and groups to co- organize lectures as part of the regional cultural development programme.
Tp promote a “Handling Museum” programme, inviting visitors mainly children, to handle the exhibits to learn.
The gallery space built underground and the tea room resembling a floating isle on the water are both designed by Raku Kichizaemon XV and the pavilion is mainly dedicated to the collection of his works produced after 2000.
Profile of Raku Kichizaemon XV and recent news or information