UKIYO-E LANDSCAPES: Hiroshige, Kiyochika and Hasui－Eyes of Three Generations
Utagawa Hiroshige(1797-1858), Kobayashi Kiyochika(1847-1915)and Kawase Hasui (1883-1957), are wellknown landscape print artists in three different periods, Edo, Meiji and Taisho to Showa. This exhibition will introduce their representative landscape prints.
|Duration||Jul. 10 (Sat.) – Sep. 12 (Sun.)|
*All of the exhibits will be replaced during the exhibition period.
First phase: until Manday, August 9; Second phase: from Tuesday, August 12
|Closed days||Monday. And closed on Thursday, August 10 and Wednesday, August 11.|
*Open Monday, August 9 (public holiday)
|Opening hours||Weekdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (last entry 4:30 p.m.)|
Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (last entry 5 p.m.)
|Venue||Special Exhibition Room 1&2|
|Sponsors||Japan Arts Council|
|Accredited Program||Machida City Cultural Program, Tokyo Tokyo Festival|
|Admission fees||Adults ¥900 (¥700), |
University and high school students ¥450 (¥350),
Junior high school students and younger free of charge
|Free admission days||First day of the exhibition: Saturday, July 10|
Sliver days(free admission for those aged 65 and over):Wednesdays, July 28, August 25.
|Repeater discount|| Flat discount: 200 yen off|
Please present your ticket stub at the ticket booth.
|Kimono discount||Flat discount: 100 yen off|
Please wear a kimono when you come to our museum.
|Taxi discount||Flat discount: 100 yen off|
Please present a taxi receipt issued on the day at the ticket booth.
*Discount is given to one person per receipt.
|Passport discount||Flat discount: 100 yen off|
Please present the front cover of your non-Japanese passport at the ticket booth.
|Shared-cycle discount||Flat discount: 100 yen off|
Please present the usage history page of the shared-cycle app at the ticket booth.
*About shared-cycle ▶[click here]
Slide Lecture in English/ “The Japanese Cityscape in Print: Hiroshige to Hasui”
＜This event has been cancelled due to the rapid spread of the new coronavirus after consulting with the speaker of this lecture. Our apologies for any inconvenience caused.＞
August 22, Sunday
Speaker: Frank Witkam（Associate Fellow, Tokyo National Museum）
Venue: Lecture Hall
Limited to 60 visitors, on a first-comes, first-in basis.
Free with exhibition admission（ticket stubs are also accepted）.
Learn about current exhibition "UKIYO-E LANDSCAPES: Hiroshige, Kiyochika, and Hasui―Eyes of Three Generations” in English. This lecture will guide you to discover the charms of cityscapes by Hiroshige, Kiyochika, and Hasui.
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