Japanese dolls

From February 22 to March 14  a unique exhibition “Japanese dolls” is held at the Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts named after G. Aitiev. Organizer of the event is the Japanese Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. 70 exhibits made of porcelain, ceramic, wood, and dressed in traditional costumes made of silk, batiste and brocade are presented at the exhibition. Japanese dolls embody customs, holidays and ceremonies; they are part of not only domestic, but also the artistic culture of Land of the Rising Sun’s people.

From February 22 to March 14  a unique exhibition “Japanese dolls” is held at the Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts named after G. Aitiev. Organizer of the event is the Japanese Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic.

70 exhibits made of porcelain, ceramic, wood, and dressed in traditional costumes made of silk, batiste and brocade are presented at the exhibition. Japanese dolls embody customs, holidays and ceremonies; they are part of not only domestic, but also the artistic culture of Land of the Rising Sun’s people.

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