Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Gardens "Rene Lalique Art Deco Glass: The Beauty of Modern Elegance"
Rene Lalique (1860-1945) opened the art deco era with elegant glass-based works.
This exhibition selects about 220 masterpieces representing the art deco era from Rene Lalique's works from the Kitazawa Museum of Art, which has one of the world's best glass collections, and features lalique's works, including the front entrance glass relief doors. Art Deco's House" is a stage introduction to the former Asakanomiya residence.
In addition, there will be a special exhibition of Lalique's works, which the Asaka imperial family used to hold, as well as vases that Emperor Showa brought back from Paris to commemorate his visit to Japan during the Crown Prince's time.
|Hours||10:00-18:00 (Admission closes at 17:30)|
However, on March 27, 28, April 3, and 4/4, until 20:00 (admission closes at 19:30)
|Holiday||2nd and 4th Wednesdays (2/12, 2/26, 3/11, 3/25)|
|Admission||On the day: General 1,100 yen University students (including specialized training and various vocational schools) 880 yen Junior high school and high school students 550 yen 65 years old and older 550 yen|
Advance sales and groups: General 880 yen University students (including specialized training and various vocational schools) 700 yen Junior high school and high school students 440 yen 65 years old and over 440 yen
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The group is more than 20 people.
Free of charge for elementary school students and junior high school students living in Tokyo and junior high school students
The person who has the physical lying person's notebook, the love notebook, the medical care notebook, the mental disability health and welfare notebook, and the a-bomb survivor health notebook and two attendants are free of charge.
Elementary, junior high and high school students and teachers in Tokyo, led by teachers as educational activities, are free of charge (advance application is required)
3rd Wednesday (Silver Day) is free for people 65 years and older.