Iidabashi・Kudan・Ichigaya・Kitanomaru Event Spring Festival in the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo 【Finished】
Tuesday, March 23 to Sunday, April 11, 2021
(Exhibitions will be held until May 16)
10:00 am - 5:00 pm (Open until 8:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays) (The exhibition "Ayashii-e exhibit" opens at 9:30 am)
*Admission until 30 minutes before closing
|Closed||Mondays (except March 29)|
|Venue||The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (3-1 Kitanomarukoen, Chiyoda-ku)|
・3-minute walk from Subway "Takebashi Sta." Exit 1b
・15-minute walk from Subway "Kudanshita Sta." Exit 4
・15-minute walk from Subway "Jimbocho Sta." Exit 1A
|Sponsor||The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo|
|Contact||Phone: 050-5541-8600 (Hello Dial)|
Please check the website for details and how to purchase tickets.
Spring Festival in the National Museum
of Modern Art, Tokyo
May your day bloom.
Since the museum is located in an area known for its cherry blossoms, such as the Imperial Palace, Chidori-ga-fuchi Moat, and Kitanomaru Garden, the "Spring Festival" will be held in the cherry blossoms season. Kawai Gyokudo’s Parting Spring, a masterpiece depicting cherry blossoms (Important Cultural Property) will be exhibited only once a year during this season, as well as works depicting flowers in spring will be displayed in one room. Also, you can see about 200 selected works such as Japanese paintings, foreign paintings and foreign works over 3 floors. Please enjoy the fragrance of spring at the museum.
Tuesday, March 23 to Sunday, May 16, 2021
|Collection Exhibition MOMAT Collection||4F - 2F Collection Gallery|
|Special exhibition Ayashii :
Decadent and Grotesque Images of Beauty in Modern Japanese Art
|1F Special Exhibition Gallery|
|"Hallucinating Lenses Primarily from the Museum Collection"||2F Gallery 4|
Collection Exhibition MOMAT Collection
The exhibition MOMAT Collection shows the flow of Japanese art for more than 100 years from the Meiji era to the present day, about 200 works selected from over 13,000 works, including well-known works by Kishida Ryusei, Yasui Sotaro, and Cézanne. Kawai Gyokudo's Parting Spring, an Important Cultural Property that depicts cherry blossoms only once a year during this season will be again on public this year.
Adults: 500 yen
College/University students: 250 yen
*After 5:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays: Adults 300 yen, College/University students 150 yen
*Admission is free for High School students, under 18, 65 and over, and those with Disability Certificates and one caregiver accompanying each of them. Please present ID at the entrance.
Special exhibition Ayashii : Decadent and Grotesque Images of Beauty in Modern Japanese Art
In Meiji period (1868-1912), inspired by the Western counterpart, Japanese art adapted itself to the new era. This exhibition illustrates the expressions other than "simply beauty," such as decadence, sensuousness, grotesqueness, and eroticism on paintings, prints, and illustrations from magazine, and books produced in the period from the mid-19th century until around 1930.
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Ayashii : Decadent and Grotesque Images
of Beauty in Modern Japanese Art
Adults 1,800 yen
College/University students 1,200 yen
High School students 700 yen
*Admission is free for Junior High School students, under 15, and those with Disability Certificates and one caregiver accompanying each of them. Please present ID at the entrance.
*Including the admission fee for MOMAT Collection.
Primarily from the Museum Collection
When connected with photographers’ imagination, cameras—the mechanical eye different from the human eye—sometimes open the door to hallucination. This exhibition explores another aspect of photography.
|Hallucinating Lenses||Admission is free with the admission fee for the exhibition "MOMAT Collection"|
*The admission fee of the exhibition Ayashii includes the admission fee for MOMAT collection and Hallucinating Lense (available only on the day of admission)
*The admission fee of the exhibition MOMAT Collection includes the admission fee for Hallucinating Lense (available only on the day of admission)
*Hours and contents may be subject to change to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections.