10 am – 6 pm
The collection of Japanese Netsuke – miniature carvings that served as belt toggles up into the 19th century – constitutes one of the Linden-Museum’s most important collections. Made up of 800 objects, the majority of these items were donated by the industrialist married couple of Christian and Anna Trumpf. Thanks to the generous support of the Berthold Leibinger Foundation, an online catalogue has now been realized.
The exhibition, the first of its kind in Germany, will introduce the art and culture of this fascinating country to the European public.
18 October 2014 - 17 May 2015