The Printing Museum in Tokyo has what looks to be an amazing temporary exhibit right now on astronomy and print, aptly named “Astronomy and Printing. In search of new world vision.”
The museum also hosted some lectures on the history of astronomy, alas now all past.
The brochure lists the objects, a list that includes all the expected authors and works, e.g., works by Pliny, Ptolemy, Hyginus, Albumasar, Peurbach, Regiomonatus, Dürer, Apian, Fine, Brahe, Kepler, as well as a number of Japanese authors, etc. It also has a nice timeline with authors and references to the books on display as well as cosmological diagrams.
The exhibition runs until January 20, 2019. If you find yourself in Tokyo with nothing to do, I recommend an afternoon at the Printing Museum.
As my Japanese hasn’t improved in the last sentence or so, I should acknowledge that I might have missed some object. ↩
For reasons I don’t understand, the English page does not have a link to the flyer. A PDF is available from the Japanese page linked in note 1. ↩
My Japanese is still, regrettably, nonexistent. ↩