On a sunny Saturday, I visited the “Izumi City Kuboso Memorial Museum” in Izumi City, Osaka. The oriental antique arts collected by the successive owners of Kuboso, who were very successful in the cotton industry, which was the core industry of modern Japan, is exhibited, and it is one of the largest and highest quality personal collections in Japan. It is a museum with many masterpieces such as picture scrolls and ceramics. This time, in an exhibition called “Tosa School and Sumiyoshi School—Development of Yamato-e and Individuality of School—“, the genealogy of Yamato-e from the early Edo period to the end of the Edo period was introduced mainly by Tosa school and Sumiyoshi school. I was a little tired because there were too many exhibits, but when I finished looking at the Japanese garden and the setting sun in front of the waiting room, I was filled with indescribable satisfaction.