Asian Art Museum's 'Floating World' Show

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Monday, March 9, 2015
Bay Area LIFE
Bay Area LIFE

The Art of Seduction! Get an up close look at an intriguing exhibit at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.

Explore Japan's "Floating World."

In Edo Period Japan (1615-1868), the "floating world" was a phrase that referred to both the pleasure quarters in major cities and a pleasure-seeking way of life. The most famous of these pleasure quarters was the Yoshiwara-a walled and moated district in Edo(present-day Tokyo) where one could abandon the rigors of daily life in pursuit of sensual delights.

Now through May 10th, 2015.

Asian Art Museum

200 Larkin St

San Francisco, CA 94102