Eighteen high-resolution facsimiles of Japanese artworks from The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art will be on view within Kyoto, Japan’s oldest Zen temple, Kenninji. This setting allows the works to be seen in natural light, something impossible to achieve with the original paintings. Canon and the Kyoto Culture Association created these facsimiles of the most important Japanese paintings in the museum’s collection using a combination of advanced printing technology and traditional craft.