A special exhibition taking place at Kyoto's Museum EKI looks into kirikane works by Sayoko Eri (1945 - 2007) who was certified as a Living National Treasure in 2002. Kirikane is a Japanese decorative technique often used on paintings and statues that uses gold leaf, silver leaf, or platinum leaf which is cut into lines and shapes.
The event aims to showcase the beauty of kirikane work, and educate more people about this traditional Japanese art form.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 900 yen.
Museum EKI Kyoto is located within the Kyoto Station building, on the 7th floor adjacent to the Isetan department store. The station is served by a wide variety of lines, including the Tokaido Shinkansen, the Tokaido Main Line, the Nara Line, and the Sanin Main Line.
For those who plan to drive, parking is available at the station, which is charged at 600 yen for the first hour, and 300 yen for every 30 minutes thereafter.