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The famous actor "Ken Ogata" who had a great influence on the times, what he left behind to "now"

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「Actor Ken Ogata and his era-The trajectory of postwar popular cultural history」

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What did the era ask for an actor named Ken Ogata?
What kind of influence did Ogata have on the times?

The famous actor "Ken Ogata" who had a great influence on the times, what he left behind to "now"

This fall, it will be the 13th anniversary of Mr. Ken Ogata. We will exhibit a number of valuable materials left by Mr. Ogata , including "Vengeance is Mine" and "Narayama Setsuko" .

In memory of the thirteenth anniversary of the actor Ken Ogata, he thinks about tomorrow in this world while looking back on the history of postwar Japan and entertainment culture and popular culture throughout his life as an actor.

Ken Ogata joined the theater company Shinkokugeki in 1958, and until his death in 2008 at the age of 71, he spent half a century in various fields such as theatrical performances, movies, TV dramas, and documentaries until his later years. He has been active evenly and has produced excellent works. In addition, he was a person of various arts, such as enjoying calligraphy and pottery. In 2016, the bereaved family requested the Tokai University Civilization Research Institute to organize the enormous amount of materials such as scripts, pufflets, documents, and books left by Ogata. The stage (267), TV dramas (211), documentaries and other TV programs (150), and movies (70) will each be firmly positioned in the historical background.

The famous actor "Ken Ogata" who had a great influence on the times, what he left behind to "now"

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Actor Ken Ogata and his time
-The trajectory of postwar popular culture history-
[Date and time] October 3rd (Sat) -December 6th (Sun) 9: 00-17: 00 (Tickets are issued until 16:30)
[Venue] Yokohama History Museum
[Closed] Monday (the next day if it is a holiday transfer holiday)
[Price] Currently being adjusted
[Organizer] Tokai University Civilization Research Institute, Yokohama History Museum
[Co-sponsored] NHK Yokohama Broadcasting Station
[Cooperation] KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theater
[Inquiries] 045-912-7777 (Yokohama History Museum)

  • Yokohama History Museum

Experience the entire history of Yokohama

The museum is popular for its circular permanent exhibition room with no fixed route and for its extensive exhibitions held 5 to 6 times a year.
This is the only museum that deals with the history of Yokohama from primitive and ancient times to modern times. Various events such as the manufacturing workshop "Rekishi Kobo" and lectures / lectures are also held.
In addition, there is "Otsuka Saikachi Ruins Park" adjacent to the museum, and the unevenness of the Yayoi period such as the pit dwelling has been restored. Volunteer guides will be available to explain the ruins park at any time.
Please come and experience it!

  • Address
    1-18-1 Nakagawachuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
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    9:00 to 16:30 (Admission and ticket sales until 16:00) * The park (excluding Otsuka Ruins) is open 24 hours a day