Posted September 03, 2018 08:18:50 When it comes to buying art, the rules are very simple: it must be original, it must belong to a museum and it must exist for one year.
In other words, you can’t buy any painting, sculpture, rock sculpture, abstract painting or any other artwork.
The law was brought in to curb illegal online sales and protect artists from being ripped off.
The move comes after several high-profile cases in which artists were threatened with legal action if they refused to take part in online auctions.
The art world is in the midst of a cultural renaissance, with many people going to galleries, museums and art shops to see works of art and buy them.
But art is not a commodity and it’s illegal to sell or offer for sale artwork in a public place without a license.
Art galleries, art museums and the like are allowed to sell up to 10 works of their own work to the public for a fee of 1,000 yen ($150).
A museum or gallery is not allowed to rent or sell more than one piece of art to the general public.
The government is trying to put an end to the online art marketplace that has exploded in recent years and now has more than 40 million users, including many young people.
It is also considering a ban on buying works of other artists.
In Japan, any art work not in the possession of a museum or art gallery is deemed to be a work of art.