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Tokyo Metropolitan Garden Museum of Art, "Asian Image: The "Oriental Longing" of Japanese Art

Period: Oct 12, 2019 - Jan 13, 2020
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Around 1910-60, there was a time when Japanese intellectuals, art lovers, and artists yearned for asian classical art.
The Asian heat at this time was exceptional though the tang thing hobby was a tradition of Japan. The longing for Asia faded out of the front stage around 1960, but how has it deepened since then? At the New Museum Gallery, three contemporary artists expressed their expressions.

Hours10:00-18:00 (admission until 17:30) *However, open until 20:00 at night for the opening of the museum on Friday, November 22, Saturday, 23, Friday, 29, Friday, December 30, Friday, December 6, and Saturday, July 7 ( until 19:30).
Holiday2nd and 4th Wednesdays (10/23, 11/13, 11/27, 12/11, 12/25, 1/8), Year-end and New Year holidays (12/28-1/4)
AdmissionOn the day of the sale and group
General 1,000 yen advance on the day, 800 yen for groups
University students (including specialized and various vocational schools) 800 yen advance on the day, 640 yen for groups
Junior high school students and high school students 500 yen advance, group 400 yen
65 years old and older 500 yen advance, group 400 yen *Advance ticket e+(EPlus) Or you can purchase it from family mart terminal.
*More than 20 groups
*Free for elementary school students and junior high school students residing in Tokyo
*Free for those who have a physically handicapped person's notebook, a love handbook, a medical care handbook, a mentalhealth and welfare handbook, and a health handbook for survivors of the atomic bomb, and one caregiver.
*Elementary, high, and high school students and teachers in Tokyo, led by teachers as educational activities, are free of charge (pre-application is required) *3rd Wednesday (Silver Day) is free for those over 65 years old


Tokyo Metropolitan Garden Museum (Main Building + Shinkan Gallery 1, 2)
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