Hanamaki City Museum Reiwa 3rd year joint exhibition "Tokan Tada-Tibet of Destiny, and Hanamaki-"
Tokan Tada is a well-known Tibetan scholar from Akita City. After having a master-student relationship with the 13th Dalai Lama and 10 years of training in the field, he brought a huge amount of materials on Tibetan Buddhism to Japan.
It is an idea that he has achieved a feat that can be called modern Xuanzang, but at a lecture in Akita, he said, "(Tibetan Buddhist research) must give up deeply that it is the fate given to me." ..
In this exhibition, we will introduce materials related to daily life in Hanamaki, including valuable items related to Tibetan Buddhism, which is said to be fate, and honor Tada's achievements.
|Open time||Opening hours: From 8:30 to 16:30
(Closed: December 28th (Tuesday) -January 1st (Saturday))
|Venue||Hanamaki City Museum Planning Exhibition Room|
|Address||Hanamaki City Takamatsu 26 Chiwari 8-1|
|Parking||There is a museum parking lot. When the car is full, please use the Miyazawa Kenji Dowamura parking lot.|
|Access||Bus (Get off at Kenji Memorial Hall Exit) / Car (about 10 minutes from Hanamaki Airport IC) / Walk (about 25 minutes from Shin-Hanamaki Station)|
|Price||General 350 yen (300 yen) / High school / student 250 yen (200 yen) / Elementary / junior high school student 150 yen (100 yen)
* () Is for groups of 20 or more.
* There is a good-value common ticket with the surrounding buildings.
* This is a common ticket with the permanent exhibition (you can see both the joint exhibition and the permanent exhibition during the exhibition period).
|Contact||Hanamaki City Museum
〒025-0014 8-1-1, Dai 26 Chiwari, Takamatsu, Hanamaki-shi
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※Event information is subject to change. Please see the official website for details.