Museum of Oriental Art: Japanese flowers and plants in Venice

Ca' Pesaro

We’re not talking about plants and flowers in the strict sense, but porcelain, lacquer ware and decorations! The Oriental Art Museum of Ca’ Pesaro has a new route by the personnel of the Museum itself and with the participation of Ohara Ikebana Study Group of Venice. The title of the exhibition is “Japanese flowers and plants in Venice. A journey through the seasons between porcelain, lacquerware, paintings “.

Is obviously routed to all lovers of Japanese art, but also for those who love nature, practice the ikebana, flower studies and cultivates bonsai.

Has been prepared a schedule of guided tours (reservation required!):

May 2013: Saturday 11, 11 a.m. Saturday, 25, 16 hours;
September 2013: Saturday 14, 11 a.m. Saturday, 21 hours 16;
October 2013: Saturday 5, 11 a.m. Saturday, 19 hours 16

Guided tours are free (just pay the entrance fee) but must be booked! For more information contact directly the museo d’Arte orientale di ca ‘ Pesaro, tel 0415241173.


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  1. I have visited Venice just twice and visited some of the tourist attractions of Venice such as Campanile Di San Marco, Ducale Doges Palace etc.

    I just love the boat ride through the Grand Canal. But I never get chance to visit the museum. You have posted nice information about it and I will definitely try to visit here in my next trip to Venice.

    Comment by Dong Shao — 4 June 2013 @ 16:06

  2. Hi!
    I’m sorry for the late reply, I didn’t notice your post.
    Thanks for the comments! And see you soon here in Venice.

    Comment by Roberto — 22 November 2013 @ 15:48

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