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“Bo-chan”, “Tsigoinerweisen”, “Yo-za” etc. are screened in connection with the special exhibition

Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum Period: 2019.10.22-2020.01.12
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「80 years after the death of Kazumi Izumi [Special Exhibition] Screenings related to the Meiji and Taisho Bunsho Cinema Romantic Special Exhibitions」

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(TOP image) Yooza (Director Kiyojun Suzuki / 139min / 1981 / Cinema Plastic Set / Color / 35mm)

2019 will be 80 years after the death of Kyoka Izumi (November 4, 1873 – September 7, 1939) who once lived in Kamakura and Choshi. In Kamakura River Kita movie Memorial Hall, in the center of the Kyoka, a great writer and the movie work that was active in the "modernization" of over the pre-war from the Meiji and Taisho, and valuable movie posters of the time, to introduce through Yukari article "Izumi 80 years after the death of Kyoka [Special Exhibition: Meiji / Taisho Bun Cinema Romantic] In connection with the special exhibition, masterpieces of ancient and modern Bungei movies will be screened at once!

80 years after the death of Kazumi Izumi
[Special Exhibition] Meiji / Taisho Bunpo Cinema Romantic
Special exhibition related screening
[Date / time] October 22 (Tuesday / Holiday) to Sunday, January 12, 2020
[Venue] Kawakita Movie Memorial Hall, Kamakura
[Closed days] Monday (If Monday is a public holiday, it will be open and the following weekdays will be closed)
[Screening works] “Bo-chan” (1953), “Kokoro” (1955), “San” (1953), “Zakugiku Monogatari” (1939), “Women's Chart Yushima no Shiroume” (1955), “ Higuchi Ichiyo (1939), Hana no Ran (1988), Tsigoinerweizen (1980), Yoroza (1988), Yumeji (1991), “Tokyu” (1960), “Snow Snow” (1983), “Snow Country” (1957), “Roadside Stone” (1960), “Ground” (1957), “What makes her do “Taka” (1930), “Miyamoto Musashi Ichijoji no Toto” (1964)
* Screening Please check the official website of Kamakura City Kawakita Movie Memorial for details such as the schedule.
[Price] General ¥ 1,000, Elementary and junior high school students ¥ 500
[Ticket sales] Tickets are generally sold from the third Saturday of the previous month.
■ Kamakura City Kawakita Movie Memorial Hall TEL.0467-23-2500
■ Taraba Shobo TEL.0467-22-2492
■ Shimmori Book Store (Kamakura Store) TEL.0467-22-0266
[TEL] 0467-23-2500 (Kamakura City Kawakita Movie Memorial Hall)
* You cannot enter if the ticket is sold out. (Capacity 51 seats)

"Bo-chan" (Director Seiji Maruyama / 111 minutes / 1953 / Toho / B / W / 35mm)

"Kokoro" "Screening with English subtitles" (Director Ichikawa / 122 min / 1955 / Nikkatsu / B / W / 35mm)

"Tsigoinerweisen" (Director Kiyojun Suzuki / 145min / 1980 / Cinema Plastic Set / Color / 35mm)
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Yumeji (Director Seijun Suzuki / 128min / 1991 / Genjiro Arato Office / Color / 35mm)

    The Kamakura Kawakita Movie Memorial Hall was opened in April 2010 on the former residence of Kawakita Nagamasa and Kashiko and his wife, who greatly contributed to the development of the movie, in preparation for the development of film culture in Kamakura City. In this memorial hall, you can browse movie related materials and search the web, including exhibition of movie materials and movie screenings. Lectures, lectures and workshops are also held throughout the year.

    The building is a one-story Japanese-style building that expresses the image of a sukiya building and harmonizes with the surrounding environment. Itabashi has also restored its original appearance, and the bright and spacious opening of the exhibition room allows you to see the lush garden, creating a calm atmosphere in the ancient city of Kamakura.

    Although it is close to Komachi-dori, which is bustling every day, it is located in a quiet environment that you can't imagine just entering the back, so you can spend a relaxing time like the ancient capital of Kamakura. In addition, the movie theater lights have now disappeared from Kamakura City, but in theaters equipped with film projectors, masterpieces of ancient and modern east and west are regularly screened, allowing you to enjoy movies on a large screen. .


    ● Get off at JR Kamakura Station / Enoden Kamakura Station East Exit
    ● 8 minutes on foot from Komachi Street to Hachimangu Shrine

    • Address
      2-2-12 Yukinoshita, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
    • TEL
    • Business Hour
      9: 00-17: 00 (Last admission 16:30) [Closed days] Every Monday (Open if Monday is a holiday, the next weekday will be closed), New Year's holiday, Exhibition change period, etc.
    • Credit Card
    • Parking Area
      No (There is no parking facility, so please use public transportation.) * However, there is one parking space for people with disabilities.
    • Reserve
      Available (movie tickets are generally available at the Memorial Hall, Shimamori Shoten, Taraba Shobo, Joshuya from the 3rd Saturday of the month before the screening day, but telephone reservations are not allowed)
    • Average Usage
      [Viewing fee] (Normal exhibition) General ¥ 200, Elementary and junior high school students ¥ 100, (Special exhibition) General ¥ 300, Elementary and junior high school students ¥ 150 [Movie viewing ticket] (Normal screening) General ¥ 1,000, Elementary and junior high school students ¥ 500, (Special screening) General ¥ 1,500, Elementary and junior high school students ¥ 750 * Please contact the memorial hall for more details on discount fees.