Japan's largest theme park
Huis Ten Bosch cultural symbol of the "Palace Huis Ten Bosch". At the "Huis Ten Bosch Museum" inside, you can enjoy various special exhibitions of works of art from around the world.
A vast Dutch baroque garden behind the palace, with the ultimate in European sculptural beauty. This garden was designed by French landscape architect Daniel Mallow for the Dutch palace in the 18th century, but never realized. in the garden ", the drawings that had been stored in the original Huis Ten Bosch was revived in.
A copperplate print by Rembrandt, a master of 17th century Dutch painting. Rembrandt made about 300 copperplate prints in his lifetime, but only about 70 copperplates were used for printing. Huis Ten Bosch Museum owns the copper plate itself, which is a valuable example of the Dutch art collection.
* Not exhibited at the current exhibition.
Japan's largest dome-shaped mural "Mural Room". The height is 19m, the maximum width is 11m, and the area is 825㎡, which is equivalent to 412 tatami mats. This mural was completed over four years by up-and-coming Dutch painter Rob Sforte and a total of 40 artists. The title is "Antiwar and Peace".
Did you know the fact that Imari porcelain crossed the sea and was loved in Europe in the middle of the 17th century? It is said that about 1 million oriental porcelains were exported by the Dutch Union East India Company. However, Japanese porcelain was deeply loved and was very useful as furniture. In addition, those painted in red and gold have been further decorated with metal in Europe, making them indispensable as upholstery. In the 18th century, kilns in each country began to imitate Imari, and the influence continues to the present day. In the first room, Chinese, Arita ware, and European ceramics are lined up to introduce the flow of East-West exchange. In the second room, Koimari and Kakiemon, which had reached their peak as interior decorations, were exhibited in a form that recreation the decorations in Europe at that time. The third room mainly displays items from the latter half of the 19th century, which became large and vivid due to technological innovation and improvement of raw materials.
A recreation of the Porcelain Cabinet, a porcelain room in the Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin, Germany. A space that can be said to be a symbol of wealth and power, decorated with about 3,000 pieces of expensive porcelain at that time. It can be said that the fusion of Western art and Eastern hobbies is an art that should be imprinted on your eyes.
There are various types of Kakiemon style dolls. One of them is this tiger figurine. Although it is a pair of works, the striped pattern is symmetrical as if it were reflected in a mirror. It's a charming face that makes you feel cute when you look at it all the time.
At the 1873 Vienna World's Fair in Austria, a large vase that exceeded the height of a person and a platter with a diameter of about 1 m were exhibited, and people not only in Europe but all over the world were amazed at the huge porcelain produced by the Japanese. It remains in the literature at that time.
The platter, which also played a leading role, is currently spending a leisurely time at time at the hotel.
Glass that was called "Gearman" in Japan during the Edo period. Its etymology is said to be in the Dutch word "DIAMANT". At that time, its brilliance and sparkle were dazzling and probably fascinated many people. We have set up a luxurious museum that collects such glass art from all over the world in the stud house towering over Amsterdam Square.
The second floor, with its baroque interior creating a unique atmosphere, is a permanent exhibition room where you can appreciate European glass art by technique. We are exhibiting cut glass with a geometric pattern cut on the surface, colored glass that produces colors such as red and blue by mixing metal with glass, and opal glass that is finished in milky white by mixing bone ash.
On the 3rd floor, vases, liqueur sets, goblets, etc. from the Netherlands, France and Italy were Yuga displayed. What we were particular about was the display. The lighting in the room was completely turned off, and the beautiful form emerged with the light.
In addition, the chandelier with a width of 2.2 m, a height of 3.5 m, and a weight of 750 kg that shines in the atrium of the hall is a gem that is said to be unable to manufacture glass with such transparency. It is a space where you can fully enjoy the fantastic beauty of glass.
A gorgeous chandelier made from 4628 glass parts and 65 glass fire shops. Introducing a chandelier using crystal parts cut in the latter half of the 17th century. In the 18th century, in addition to crystals, those with crystal drops were made, further increasing the luxury. This work uses the Grabure technique to design a morning glory in a fire shop, and combines transparent glass with green and red parts to create an oriental atmosphere.
It was produced in 1875 at the Russian Imperial Glass Factory, which was founded in 1777. From the beginning, this factory aims to manufacture high-grade glass. It is said that it was used in the palace, using a golden decoration on a green space and a decoration technique called red and green cabochon like beads.
This work was designed by Moritz Knerf for Robmeyer in Vienna, based on the figure of the Russian candles of Marquis Berndorn. An extremely elaborate and beautiful work with an arabesque pattern drawn in enamel throughout.
A smile spills out regardless of age or gender.
Teddy bears have that kind of charm. How much do you know about this stuffed animal that has been loved over time? What is the origin of the name? What was the birth parent? What made it spread to the world?
"Teddy Bear Kingdom" tells those familiar but little-known stories with a smiley diorama.
But that's just the entrance. If you go a little further, the world's maker bears are on display. Not only works by Steiff of Germany, but also rare and valuable works are placed. Behind it is the "Teddy Bear Collector's Room", which displays hundreds of animals, and the "Artist Bear" corner, which was created by 40 of the world's top artists under the theme of "family."
Furthermore, it continues to the "circus room" that expresses a fun circus.
A whopping 700 bodies are housed and exhibited in this museum. Why don't you regain the pure feelings of your childhood at the General Teddy Bear Museum?
A giant bear with a sitting height of 3.6m and a weight of 500kg, which is exhibited in the free zone on the 1st floor of the Teddy Bear Kingdom. You can also enjoy taking a commemorative photo together.
Named "Alice Bear" from the name of Alice Roosevelt, the eldest daughter of the 26th President of the United States, it was specially produced. Theodoer Roosevelt the great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt, and was introduced on national television programs in the United States.
Bear announced in 1998 by Margaret Steiff to commemorate the 1st anniversary of Kingdom. Made for Huis Ten Bosch Corporation and has a serial number.
A mischievous teddy bear is secretly hiding with a jar of honey!
Let's find the teddy bear in the arranged photo!
※The photograph is an image.
■ Fee: 500 yen
We are exhibiting works by teddy bear artists such as Mayumi Yamaura, who is active mainly in Saga and Nagasaki. Please appreciate the work created with all your heart.