Perry Scroll at British Museum

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The ‘Perry Scroll’ is a remarkable handscroll painting showing a vibrant pictorial record of US Commodore Matthew Perry’s momentous second visit to Japan in 1854. The painting records a later major event in Japanese relations with the wider world. The handscroll will go on display from 17th April in the Mitsubishi Corporation Japanese Galleries

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British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG

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