To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Emperor's enthronement, the special exhibition, "Treasures of the Imperial Collections” is now being held at the Tokyo National Museum.
His best known artwork, “The Colorful Realm of Living Beings” was on display in a spacious room. This grand-scale work is comprised of 30 individual hanging scrolls which were originally produced as Buddhist paintings to be hung behind a Shaka (Sakyamuni) triad. Each scroll was quite large and I was lost for words because of its splendor. Most people would probably never get to chance to see the complete collection of 30 scrolls.
You can see the Part II of the Imperial Collections here.