Yokai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan
On display through Jan 10, 2021 at the Museum of International Folk Art
The exhibition, Yôkai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan is open through January 10, 2021. Narrative arts such as Muromachi Period scroll paintings, Edo Period woodblock prints, and contemporary folk art that depict or involve yôkai will illustrate their eerie tales. Ghost and demon characters also appear in classical theatrical performances and special festival events. Contemporary Noh masks and festival costumes and the artists who make them will be a particular exhibition highlight. Toys, games, comic books, and cartoons will connect the past to the present, and the classical to the popular in terms of visual arts and culture. In addition to participatory gallery crafts, the exhibition will include an immersive, family-friendly obake yashiki (a Japanese “ghost house”), a popular form of entertainment in Japanese amusement parks.
Ghost Stories- Japanese Ghost Storytelling and Hyakumonogatari kaidankai-https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Dx1Qh-1tenHeAG66Pv_QEwgLVP3l3jI
Supernatural Get spooked by the history and pop culture of Japanese yôkai-http://www.elpalacio.org/2020/01/supernatural/
Also on exhibit at the Museum of International Folk Art
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