Go see Super Buddhist sculptures by Joe Kay at Tokyo National Museum! 定慶

Yujiro Taniyama – Japan Broadcasting.net CEO

Masterpieces by Kai Kay and Joe Kay are ready.

From October 2 to December 9th, a special exhibition will take place at the Tokyo museum in Ueno.

I happened to find the poster on the train, and looks likely the masterpieces are coming all the way from DAION G TEMPLE in Korea, I mean Kyoto. It was founded in 1585 when the Shogun ‘Monkey’ Hideyossi was on the verge of unifying Japan. (He was called Saroo, meaning monkey by his boss Mr.Oda)

Also, I checked up on Joe Kay (定慶) the sculptor to discover he was a hot shot in the late 12th century during the mighty Kamacoora period.

So forget the Tokyo Disneyland fellas, head for Ueno station if you are traveling Japan!

Enjoy!