Yoshu Chikanobu: The Ukiyo-e Artist of the Meiji Era

Planned Exhibition

Exhibition Outline

Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912)is one of the most famous ukiyo-e artists of the Meiji era. He worked on a wide range of subjects especially bijin-ga (paintings of beautiful women), which were the essence of his work. This exhibition traces Chikanobu's career and its charms through about 300 works.

Exhibition Information











Duration Oct.7.Sat. – Dec.10.Sun.
Closed days Monday *Open on Monday, October 9 (national holiday)
Admission fees Adults ¥900 (¥700),
University and high school students ¥450 (¥350),
Junior high school students and younger free of charge.

Free shuttle bus

Free shuttle bus service on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, and Silver Days during the exhibition period!


町田市立国際版画美術館 〒194-0013 東京都町田市原町田4-28-1 連絡先 電話 042-726-2771/0860/2889