Black Ships & Samurai

This exhibit features “some 200 Japanese and American graphics depicting the 1853-1854 mission by Commodore Matthew Perry that led to the opening of Japan to the outside world.” It also includes related visual narratives and “an innovative recreation of a 30-foot-long Japanese ‘Black Ship Scroll’ painted in 1854.” Developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professors.

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