Mapping Edo: The Social and Political Geography of Early Modern Japan
Experience Edo-period Japan (1615–1868) through archival maps, prints, and paintings of the capital and surrounding provinces. This exhibition explores the shift that came with Japan's unification at the start of the period in how the ruling shogunate and commercial enterprises visualized and presented early modern Japan. Fifteen works on display. Open Wed-Sun 11am - 5pm, Thursdays until 8pm; admission is free. CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
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Stanford, CA 94305
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